Open campus events
Find out what it's like to live and study in Portsmouth. Discuss your course options in more detail.
It's not too late to visit
If you've missed our Open Days for 2017 entry, why not come to one of our informal Open Campus events? You'll get to see the campus with a guided tour, find out more about the University, meet support staff and talk to our current students. There are also opportunities to discuss your course with academic or recruitment staff. Book your place now using the form below.
What dates are available and where do I need to go?
Please register at the Dennis Sciama Building between 12 and 4pm on any of the following dates. You will be met by our Student Assistants who will be happy to assist with your day.
By booking your place below, we can ensure you receive all the information you require in support of your visit:
- Wednesday 18 January 2017
- Wednesday 25 January 2017
Maps and directions
Dedicated signage and our Student Assistants will be on hand to direct you.
Our Open Campus events are designed for people interested in 2017 undergraduate entry. These events are different to Open Days. They are informal events that give you the opportunity to walk around the campus in your own time and experience the real University of Portsmouth. Our admissions and marketing staff will help you with any enquiries you may have.
If you have any further questions, please email email@example.com.
What can I see?
Every Wednesday from 30 November to 25 January inclusive, we will be offering the following between 12 and 4pm:
- Tour of one of our Halls of Residence
- Opportunity to meet with Student Housing and Student Finance advisers, to enquire about our accommodation policies and financial support
- Talk to current students about their experiences
- Opportunities to discuss your course of interest with academic or student recruitment staff
- Guided walking tour of the campus, calling into University buildings on the way
Will I be able to meet with a lecturer on these dates?
We cannot guarantee an appointment with an academic on these days, as they are teaching days, but we will endeavour to arrange an appointment with student recruitment staff, who can deal with any questions you may have.
To improve your chances of seeing a lecturer please do book in advance of your visit.