Open Experience Days for Offer Holders
Our Open Experience Days offer you the chance to learn more about your course, explore your faculty, meet your potential new classmates, hear from our academics and talk with our support teams.
If you've already applied and been offered a place on a course with us, you'll receive an invite directly to your inbox.
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What to expect
- Welcome talk with Vice Chancellor, Professor Graham Galbraith
- Course specific seminar or workshop
- Faculty specific tours
- The opportunity to meet future classmates
- Access to the Information Fair (admissions, housing, placements and support teams)
- Parent and student life Q&A panels
- Optional campus and city walking tours
What to expect from our Open Experience Day
Join us for our Open Experience Days and get a more personalised and immersive taster into what your course and our university has to offer.
Congratulations on your offer to study with us at the University of Portsmouth. Now you have an offer. You also have a place at our open experience days.
This is your chance to delve deeper into your course and see what the campus has to offer. You'll be in smaller groups than ATAR Open Day, so you'll get a more of a personalized experience.
You can tailor your day to what you need and can do as much or as little as you like throughout the day. Here's why you don't want to miss out.
The course Taster session is the most important part of your day.
You'll take part in an immersive activity related to your course action. You'll be able to meet your lecturers and get to know some of your future course mates.
You'll experience our facilities and equipment first hand. You can ask specific questions about your course and future studies.
Throughout the day, you can also explore many of our spaces on campus, including Ravelin, our new Sustainable Sports Centre.
There's something for everyone.
A massive sports hall, fitness Studios, a gym with 175 stations, two squash courts, an eight lane swimming pool, a ski simulator, and our climbing a bouldering wall.
Visit the university library, a space with ports for study or work, a range of available computers, and a cafe for study snacks. Take a campus tour. It's a great way to see the university located at the heart of our city.
It's also a great way to check out what you can get up to outside of studying too. There'll Be a number of halls open on the day for you to visit to help you decide where you want to live. Whether a social space is important to you or an en suite is a must. There's something for everyone.
Sounds good, right? Bookings are open. Reserve your place now.