Master your future at University College Birmingham
There are so many reasons why you should choose to study at postgraduate level at University College Birmingham. The top one is that the majority of our master’s degrees are accredited by the world-ranking University of Warwick.
Whether you are thinking about career progression or you are passionate about a particular subject, a master’s degree might be your next step. Our open day is designed to provide you with all the information that will help you decide and choose the right postgraduate programme for you.
On the day
Meet our academics
On the day, our academics will give you all the information about your subject of interest and how it can benefit your future career progress.Find out more
Chat to a student
Our current students will take you on a tour around the campus. This is a great way to see our cutting-edge facilities and chat to a student about their experience studying at University College Birmingham.Take a look around
Financing your studies
We will provide you with information about course fees, scholarships and internships, plus you can check if you are eligible to receive a postgraduate loan.Find out more
Study in a world-class city
Discover why Birmingham is the youngest city in Europe, with under-25s accounting for nearly 40% of its population. Whether you prefer nightlife and entertainment or history and culture, Birmingham has it all!
FAQs for on-campus events
I would like to attend your open day – how do I book a place?
You can book your place here. We will also accept walk-ins on the day.
Do I need to bring a copy of my open day confirmation?
Yes. You can either print your open day confirmation and bring it with you, or have it open on your phone once you arrive so that we can register you on the day.
What time does the event start?
The event starts at 5pm and runs until 7.30pm. You will be able to speak with Admissions and Student Finance from 5.00pm, and your course presentation will begin at 6pm.
Do I have to book to attend any of the subject presentations?
Although we advise booking, we will accept walk-ins on the day.
How long do the presentations last?
Presentations last roughly 45 minutes with a chance to ask questions at the end.
Which campus do I need to go to?
I am interested in more than one course – do I have to register for each course?
As long as you register on arrival, you do not need to register for more than one course.
I have not received email confirmation of my booking – what should I do?
If you do not receive a confirmation email of your booking, please contact us. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0121 232 4300. Remember to check your junk mail.
What happens if I arrive late for my subject presentation?
If you arrive late, you will still be able to speak with the course lecturers, who will assist with any outstanding information. We also have recordings of the course presentations, that can be sent to you upon request.
I wish to cancel my open day booking – how can I do this?
Please email email@example.com or call 0121 232 4300 if you would like to cancel your place.
Do I need to let you know if I or one of my guests has a disability?
Please let us know in advance and we will be happy to make further arrangements.
How can I contact the University?
If you have any questions you can contact us on 0121 232 4300.
Alternatively, you can submit any queries online via our enquiry form.
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