Postgraduate Open Days
If you're considering postgraduate study, then our open days are a great place to start.
There are so many reasons why you should choose to study at University College Birmingham, but don't just take our word for it. Discover more about our wide range of courses and cutting-edge facilities at our next postgraduate open day. Many of our courses are also accredited by the University of Birmingham - one of the world’s top ranked academic institutions.
Our open days are a great opportunity to get an insight into our unique atmosphere and you will get to meet our lecturers and current students.
If you feel that UCB is the right course provider for you, you can also apply while you’re here.
Our next open days
Wednesday 13 May 2020 - 5.30pm - 8pm. Bookings opening soon.
What the day involves
- We will provide you with information about the benefits of postgraduate study, course details, fees, scholarships, accommodation and the application process.
- The opportunity to speak directly to academic staff and learn about the wider benefits of postgraduate studies, including career opportunities.
- Finding out about the support we offer during the admissions process and after you have joined UCB.
- A tour of McIntyre House, our teaching facility dedicated to postgraduate and undergraduate degree studies.
English and EU students studying a full Masters (MA/MSc) course (i.e. the full 180 credits) may be eligible for a Postgraduate loan from Student Finance of up to £10,960, if you meet the relevant criteria.
Home and EU students who wish to study a PGCE course in 2019/20 are eligible to apply for funding. You may also be eligible to receive a £500 discount.
PGCE+ students (students who already have a UCB PGCE) may be eligible for a £600 discount on their course fees.
You will have the opportunity to discuss the Postgraduate loan with our Finance Department at the open day.
Directions to UCB can be found on our How to Find Us page.
If you have any questions, please contact Lavinia Batchelor
By telephone: 0121 232 4300
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org