Plan your visit
Look at the talks timetable and tours schedule to plan your day. Check your route and how you will travel to our campuses.
A range of activities will be available on the day such as:
2. On the day
Head to the check-in points (see campus map) where we will scan your ticket. Remember to collect your welcome pack.
Visit the subject information points
Meet our academics and students who will be happy to answer your questions and tell you more about studying at Queen Mary.
Attend subject talks
Meet tutors and hear about our course structures, teaching methods and more.
Get a taster or two
Get a taste of what’s to come when you start your degree by attending taster lectures.
Take a tour of our campuses
Our friendly guides will show you around our campus and everything it has to offer.
Discover our student accommodation
Take a tour of our accommodation, attend a Residential Life talk and visit our Housing Hub. (Mile End Campus only).
3. After your visit
Get in touch If you have any questions contact us on +44 (0)20 7882 5511 or at email@example.com
Take our survey
We’d love to hear from you about your experience so please do send us your comments when you receive our open day follow-up email. You will have the opportunity to enter a draw to win one of six £50 Amazon vouchers.
Throughout the day our academic schools will host activities about the subjects you can study at QMUL. At each Subject Information Point you can meet staff from the school including academics; ask questions about the course and teaching; tour the teaching facilities and listen to talks about subjects you’re interested in. Places on these talks are limited so you are advised to arrive early at the lecture theatre to take your seats.
The Undergraduate Open Day has a dedicated programme of lectures on specific subjects to help you gain a better understanding of the courses you want to study. As well as subject-specific talks we offer a range of general interest talks including student finance, residences, the Principal’s welcome and more to help you make an informed decision about your higher education studies.
Places for all talks are limited so you are advised to arrive early at the lecture theatre to take your seats as these are offered on a first-come-first-serve basis. We run most talks a few times during the day so there may be further opportunities if you miss out.
Please note that we cannot guarantee a place for family and friends when there is a high demand for a particular talk, as applicants will be given priority.