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University Open Day

19 August 2017: All main campuses

09:00 - 15:00
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‌Look around facilities, take tours of our campuses, meet your prospective lecturers, see the student accommodation, and talk to the experts on money to study, careers and more at Open Day. We could even make you an offer of a place.*

Find out what the University of Wolverhampton can offer you on Saturday 19 August 2017, 9am-3pm.

What happens on the day?

The Open Day starts at 9am and you will find there's lots to do throughout the day.

Visit the Subject Fair to chat with academics and find out more about the subject you're interested in. In the Campus Life area you can discover the services on offer to you while studying.

A programme of talks, tours and workshops will be taking place throughout the day. A full programme will be published nearer the time of the event.

Where will the Open Day take place?

Both Wolverhampton City and Walsall Campuses will be open, so we recommend that you go to the campus that teaches the subject you're interested in.

At Wolverhampton City Campus you will find: applied sciences, art & design, business, mathematics & computer science, engineering & the built environment, health and nursing (adult and mental health), law, leisure and lifestyle industries, social sciences and communications.

How to find us - City Campus

At Walsall Campus you will find: sport, music, dance, drama,  midwifery, nursing (adult, children's and learning disability), paramedic science, physiotherapy, teaching and education.

How to find us - Walsall Campus

What if I can't attend this Open Day?

We have many Open Days throughout the year.
But if you can't make any of them, you don't have to miss out on discovering what we have to offer.

Find out some more about the facilities we provide:

For further details, contact our enquiries team on tel: 0800 953 3222 or email: enquiries@wlv.ac.uk.

 

* There may be occasions where it is not possible to offer you a place on a specific course. Reasons may include courses being over-subscribed or you may not meet the entry requirements. The University will make every effort to help you find you a suitable alternative course.