Looking for universities? Here you will find website links to all the universities in the UK (listed in alphabetical order).

Abertay University
Aberystwyth University
Anglia Ruskin University
Arts University Bournemouth
Aston University
Bangor University
Bath Spa University
Birkbeck, University of London
Birmingham City University
Bishop Grosseteste University
Bournemouth University
BPP University
Brunel University London
Buckinghamshire New University
Canterbury Christ Church University
Cardiff Metropolitan University
Cardiff University
City, University of London
Coventry University
Cranfield University
De Montfort University
Durham University
Edge Hill University
Edinburgh Napier University
European School of Economics
Falmouth University
Glasgow Caledonian University
Goldsmiths, University of London
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Harper Adams University
Hartpury University and Hartpury College
Heriot-Watt University
Imperial College London
Keele University
King’s College London
Kingston University
Lancaster University
Leeds Arts University
Leeds Beckett University
Leeds Conservatoire
Leeds Trinity University
Liverpool Hope University
Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
Liverpool John Moores University
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
London Business School
London Metropolitan University
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London
London South Bank University
Loughborough University
Manchester Metropolitan University
Middlesex University
Newcastle University
Newman University, Birmingham
Northern School of Contemporary Dance
Northumbria University
Norwich University of the Arts
Nottingham Trent University
Oxford Brookes University
Plymouth College of Art
Plymouth Marjon University
Queen Margaret University
Queen Mary University of London
Queen’s University Belfast
Ravensbourne University London
Regent’s University London
Richmond, The American International University in London
Robert Gordon University
Rose Bruford College
Royal Academy of Music, University of London
Royal Agricultural University
Royal College of Art
Royal College of Music
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Royal Holloway, University of London
Royal Northern College of Music
Royal Veterinary College University of London
School of Advanced Study, University of London
Scotland’s Rural College
Sheffield Hallam University
SOAS, University of London
Solent University
St George’s, University of London
St Mary’s University, Twickenham
Staffordshire University
Swansea University
Teesside University
The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
The Glasgow School of Art
The London Institute of Banking and Finance
The London School of Economics and Political Science
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
The University of Buckingham
The University of Edinburgh
The University of Hull
The University of Law
The University of Manchester
The University of Northampton
The University of Nottingham
The University of Sheffield
The University of Warwick
The University of Winchester
The University of York
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
Ulster University
University College Birmingham
University College London
University for the Creative Arts
University of Aberdeen
University of Bath
University of Bedfordshire
University of Birmingham
University of Bolton
University of Bradford
University of Brighton
University of Bristol
University of Cambridge
University of Central Lancashire
University of Chester
University of Chichester
University of Cumbria
University of Derby
University of Dundee
University of East Anglia
University of East London
University of Essex
University of Exeter
University of Glasgow
University of Gloucestershire
University of Greenwich
University of Hertfordshire
University of Huddersfield
University of Kent
University of Leeds
University of Leicester
University of Lincoln
University of Liverpool
University of London
University of Oxford
University of Plymouth
University of Portsmouth
University of Reading
University of Roehampton
University of Salford
University of South Wales
University of Southampton
University of St Andrews
University of Stirling
University of Strathclyde
University of Suffolk
University of Sunderland
University of Surrey
University of Sussex
University of the Arts London
University of the Highlands and Islands
University of the West of England
University of the West of Scotland
University of Wales
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
University of West London
University of Westminster
University of Wolverhampton
University of Worcester
Wrexham Glyndwr University
Writtle University College
York St John University

Featured Universities

We get sent information about events, Open Days, application advice and much more from a host of universities. Please click the links below to find out more.

Even though physical Open Days are now wrapping up, you can still explore universities through virtual means. Explore our site to discover presentations about Edge Hill and our courses, a virtual campus tour with videos and 360 images of our facilities, videos recorded by our students and lots more.

Visit the Virtual Open Day here.

Pre-recorded sessions

Download any of our sessions to watch in your own time:

Why Edge Hill? An Introduction


Virtual Campus Tour


Introduction to UCAS


Personal Statements


Interview Skills (including virtual)


Student Finance


Study Skills


Finding Alternative Work Experience


Routes into Teaching


If you would like to attend one of our live EHU@Home sessions, the booking form and available dates are as follows: EHU@Home Evening Sessions

Other useful EHU links

Edge Hill Live Chats
Edge Hill Course Enquiries
Edge Hill Admissions Team
Virtual Campus Tour
Edge Hill YouTube
Book an upcoming Open Day
Book a Campus Tour
Feature: Overview of Edge Hill
Order a prospectus
Virtual Campus Tour
Contact Admissions

Information from LJMU will appear here.

Undergraduate Digital Open Event – Three Days of Lancaster

Wednesday 26 – Friday 28 October 2022

Over the course of three days, we’ll be running a range of online sessions to show you all that Lancaster has to offer.

Join us for just one hour or for the full three days, it’s completely up to you!

If students can’t make them, they can also attend campus tours, either in person or live streamed.

Student Finance now open

Student Finance is now open for students intending on starting university in September 2023. Apply online through the Student Finance website.

Visit Manchester Met’s Student Finance webpage which provides important guidance on the financial support that we offer, including our scholarships and bursaries.

Our Student Finance and Budgeting Workshop for schools offers students important tips on student finance for university, with an optional budgeting workshop.

What is the Cambridge Foundation Year?

The University of Cambridge’s Foundation Year Programme offers a fully-funded, year-long, residential programme, targeted at students who have experienced a range of educational disadvantages or disruptions. Educational disadvantage will be assessed on multiple levels, taking into consideration an applicant’s individual characteristics, their family circumstances, and the context of the schools/colleges they have attended.

These eligibility criteria include, but are not limited to, students who are currently in care or care experienced; students who are or have been young carers, or who may have experienced homelessness or bereavements; students from low-income households; and students whose schools or colleges have low rates of progression to higher education.

There are a wide range of criteria which you can access at www.cam.ac.uk/foundationyear(opens in new tab)

A fully-funded opportunity to experience life and study at Cambridge

Thanks to a generous philanthropic commitment to the Foundation Year, no tuition fees will be charged for the course. Students admitted to the Foundation Year will also receive a full and non-repayable scholarship to cover rent and other living costs.

On the Foundation Year, students can expect a challenging academic curriculum in the arts, humanities and social sciences. This offers the best possible preparation for the rigours of a Cambridge degree by broadening and deepening knowledge and understanding as well as introducing the ways students learn at Cambridge.

Students admitted onto the Foundation Year will become part of a College community; they will live alongside other undergraduates and have full access to all of the University’s societies and facilities..

An important aspect of the programme is to provide a new pathway to a Cambridge degree for students who have experienced disadvantage and disruption during their education. Therefore, from an early stage in the Foundation Year’s academic programme, senior academic staff in Colleges will be providing students with advice and support regarding their degree subject choice.

You can find out more about this on our website.

Academic requirements for Foundation Year entry

Interested students will apply directly to the Foundation Year via UCAS by the January 2023 deadline for study beginning in October 2023.

The academic entry requirement is 120 UCAS points. This is equivalent to BBB at A-Level, but allows for easy equivalence of a wide range of Level 3 qualifications, and for fair consideration of combinations of qualifications such as BTECs and A-Levels. Accepted qualifications may be found here.

The Brilliant Club Scholars Programme

The Brilliant Club Scholars Programme recruits, trains and places PhD tutors in state schools to deliver courses of university-style tutorials, which are supplemented by two university trips. The Scholars Programme can be delivered to pupils from 8-18 and runs across the UK.

To find out more please follow this link: https://thebrilliantclub.org/the-scholars-programme/for-schools/the-programme/

In-person and virtual Open Day dates for 2023

Whether you prefer in-person or virtual, get to know The University of Manchester the way that works for you.

If you’re joining us in person, you can expect:

  • subject-level information sessions;
  • tours of our academic and one of the accommodation campuses;
  • the opportunity to get a feel for the campus and what it’s like to study here.

If you’re joining us virtually, you can expect:

  • live student panels, with the chance to ask questions;
  • useful information on all aspects of studying and living here.
Date of event Type of open day
Monday, 24 to Friday, 28 April Virtual open week
Saturday, 17 June On campus
Saturday, 24 June On campus
Monday, 10 to 14 July Virtual open week
Saturday, 30 September On campus
Saturday, 14 October On campus
Monday, 13 to 17 November Virtual open week

Are you in Year 12 or 13 and interested in studying Fashion? Want to discover more about our undergraduate courses and find out about careers in Fashion Business, Management, Marketing or Buying?

If that’s you then please come along to our Discover Fashion Day, Friday 12 May 10am-3pm, here on campus the University of Manchester campus.

You’ll get the opportunity to meet our lecturers and current students, have a tour of our facilities, and take part in some hands-on activities to learn more about what studying Fashion at Manchester is like!

Activities will include things such as:

  • Fashion Marketing – Product Branding and Promotion Workshop
  • Fashion Sustainability – Where are my garments sourced.
  • Fashion Buying – Sourcing fashion creating a range plan for a brand/retailer.
  • Fashion Management – International logistics and the global supply chain.
  • Fashion Technology – Design a garment of the Future

We have a maximum number of students who can attend the event, so if you are interested, please register to attendregister to attend fashion discover day opens in new tab as soon as possible.

Chat with our students

Want to find out more about student life? Chat with our student ambassadors and ask any questions you have about life at Manchester.

Chat with students.

Virtual Campus Tour

Part 1: https://youtu.be/kkLUneUgiI8

Part 2: https://youtu.be/1vvjpumzm0Q

Scholarship and Bursary

At Aberystwyth we offer a generous scholarship and bursary package that can be worth over £18,000. Our main scholarship is the Entrance Scholarship, you can find everything you need to know below.
Remember that the UCAS deadline is also fast approaching, submit your application for Aberystwyth University by January 25.

How much are the scholarships worth?

• Entrance Scholarships – £1,000 a year
• Merit Awards – £1,000 in the first year
• You can also be made an Unconditional offer

What are the Entrance Examinations?

Entrance Scholarships and Merit Awards are available to applicants studying any degree scheme at Aberystwyth. You will be required to sit two exams from the choice of subjects we offer. The exams are set and marked by our academic departments.

Why apply for an Entrance Scholarship?

• Help fund your time at University – you could receive up to £1,000 per year
• You may receive an unconditional offer to study at Aberystwyth
• The application process is easy – it’s all online


If you haven’t checked out our online Higher Education streaming platform yet, then now is the perfect time. Filled with webinar series, academic subject sessions, FAQs, student insights, jargon busters, and more! If there is anything you’re worrying about when it comes to exams, university applications, or student finance, there’s sure to be something on there to help out. Check out this month’s highlights:

Before, During and Beyond specific academic subjects

Current students’ insights into life at University

Choosing a Law School and studying Law at Aber

Open Days 2022

Virtual Open Day: Saturday 3rd December

Our final Open Day before the UCAS deadline takes place on Saturday 14 January 2023 and booking is open now. Please note that we are offering a travel bursary to all attendees to help offset the cost of the visit. If students live in Greater Manchester, we’ll contribute £15 to the cost of their visit; for anyone coming from further afield, we’ll contribute £40.

More information and to register to attend: www.salford.ac.uk/open-days.

New Scholarships launch for 2022

To coincide with the official opening of our fantastic new Science and Engineering building last month, the University has launched three new scholarship programmes for subjects within Science, Engineering and Environment. The programmes are aimed at students from low-income backgrounds, providing them with much needed financial support over the duration of their studies.

There are nine scholarship programmes available, to award to 20 students from across the School of Science, Engineering and Environment. The Gittins Family Trust Scholarship for Nursing students will open later in the academic year. For more information, visit: www.salford.ac.uk/giving/donor-funded-scholarships-see.

NEW COURSE FOR 2023 – HND Esports Business Management

Salford Business School is excited to introduce their new HND Esports Business Management course for September 2023 entry.

Esports is an international sporting phenomenon within the global and digital marketplace with global tournaments taking place that turn winners into multi-millionaires.

Esports is about much more than being a professional player – it requires casters, marketeers, production specialists, coaches, business analysts and more. As such, those working in Esports need specialist skills and inspiration to succeed in the industry.

Our innovative programme is developed to meet the skills needed by future professionals and will offer students the opportunity to top up their HND to achieve a BSc (Hons) degree. Suitable for creative and computer literate applicants, the course explores key business concepts whilst enabling students to develop their broadcast tech skills, with support from industry experts.

If you’d like to find out more from a member of the Esports team, get in touch and we’ll introduce you!

At the University of Sheffield, throughout Spring and Summer there are a number of opportunities for your students to experience what it is like to study different subjects at university.

All of the activities are completely free of charge and will provide students with a good insight into their chosen subject or area of interest at university. Please ensure that interested students fill out the booking forms individually using the links below.

We will be running future sessions throughout Spring/Summer 2023 so please register your interest or keep an eye on our webpage for updates.

Subject Date Time Location
Chemistry Thursday 23rd March 2023 4.00pm – 5.40pm Online
Physics Tuesday 28th March 2023 9am – 4.15pm Online
Biosciences Wednesday 19th April 2023 4.30pm -5.45pm On-campus
Psychology Wednesday 10th May 2023 4.00pm – 5.05pm Online
Maths Wednesday 17th May 2023 4.00pm – 5.35pm Online
Subject Date Time Location
History Monday 13th March 2023 3.35pm – 5.00pm Online
German Tuesday 28th March 2023 3.50pm – 5.15pm Online
English Language Wednesday 29th March 2023 3.35pm – 5.00pm Online
History Monday 24th April 2023 3.35pm – 5.00pm Online
Subject Date Time Location
Journalism Tuesday 2nd May 2023 4.30pm – 6.00pm Online
Subject Date Time Location
Speech and Language Therapy Tuesday 2nd May 2023 4.25pm – 6.00pm Online
Adult Nursing Thursday 4th May 2023 4.25pm – 5.30pm Online
Subject Date Time Location
What can I do with A Level Biology? Thursday 30th March 2023 4.00pm – 5.30pm Online
What can I do with A Level Chemistry? Thursday 27th April 2023 4.00pm – 5.30pm Online
It’s not just Doctors and Dentists – explore the alternatives to a degree in medicine Thursday 20th April 2023 4.00pm-6.00pm Online
What can I do with A Level Maths? Tuesday 25th April 2023 4.00pm-5.30pm Online

Taster Sessions

Subject Taster sessions offer students an opportunity to experience a university lecture or seminar, allowing them to get a taste of what studying at university is like. Our interactive sessions are available for Year 12 and 13 students who are considering their post-16 options. We have a wide range of upcoming sessions including:


Chemistry for a Sustainable FutureGerman: Sigmund Freud on Mind and SocietyEnglish: The Language of FictionFaculties of Science and Engineering: What can I do with A Level Biology?Management School: Career Development PlanningBiosciences: Hunting, wildlife trade, and global conservationIt’s not just Doctors and Dentists – explore the alternatives to a degree in medicine

University of Birmingham website

Course information

Open Days

Saturday 12 November | 9:00am – 4:00pm

Webinars – These feature live presentations on both specific subjects and general topics for students and their parents e.g. Benefits of Higher Education; Choosing Courses and Universities; University Application Process; Tips for your UCAS Personal Statement; Student Finance; Why Study at the University of Birmingham and Student Life. They provide opportunity to ask questions and get answers and last for up to an hour. More webinars will be added in the coming weeks. Students must register to attend and can find further details on our webinar webpages.

Chat to our students – Chat with a current University of Birmingham student.

Open Days – Information about Open Days can be found on our website and students must register to attend.

Campus Tours –   Students can have a virtual campus experience and/or individuals can register for a campus tour.

Videos –   Choosing courses/universitiesWriting a personal statement, hints and tips from admission tutors.

Interactive study skills – Skills4uni is an interactive study skills website taking sixth form students through the lifecycle of a project; from planning and research, through to final draft and presentation of the work. The materials have been designed to help support students with their sixth form work  while simultaneously developing the independent learning skills needed for higher education study.

Understanding degree subjects and academic skills – Resources to help enhance students understanding of studying degree subjects and the academic skills required.

Join us for our latest set of Undergraduate Open Days on 12 November, Your students have the chance to immerse themselves in campus culture, engage with course sessions and activities and learn exactly what Harper has to offer.

Know a student who is great at problem-solving? Loves digging (sometimes literally) into the detail? A good listener? Excellent communicator or negotiator? Or perhaps they’ve just shown an interest in property and land agency? If the answer is yes to any of those, then our FREE LPM Experience day might be for them!

On 26 October or 22 February, join us for an exclusive day of exploration, tea, cake and land activities. This is a free event for 14-to-19-year-olds to experience land and property management courses at Harper Adams University and the careers that can follow.

Market your enterprise digitally

23 November 10am – 2.30pm

Digital touchpoints are electronic interactions that take place between a brand and its consumers along the buying journey, from first discovery to follow-up after a sale.

They involve different types of devices and channels and are becoming an ever-increasing necessity in a world of information overload. Students create an infographic for a SME of their choice to showcase how they can effectively communicate their business to their target market via a digital touchpoint journey.


Leadership Workshop by Captain Emma Henderson

7 December 10am – 3pm

Emma delivers workshops and speeches, drawing on the lessons she’s learned through her inspirational life, in order to help businesses and education establishments empower people to reach their full potential.


Branding – what is it, how does it work and why is it so essential?

8 December 9.30am – 2pm

Delivered by advertising agency SMRS, we explore the foundations of a powerful brand, brand positioning (message and audience) and how brand campaigns and content strategies are delivered in practice.

Through exciting case studies, we’ll explore some of the ways organisations successfully position their brands for different audiences, tailoring brand messages, campaigns and content to maximum effect.


2022 Open Days

We have Open Days planned for the remainder of this academic year: Saturday 19 November.

Find out more about these events

Visit us at a Discovery Day

We offer a range of on campus Discovery Days to give students the chance to experience studying with us. The full range of these events can be found on our website and we accept bookings from groups as well as individual students.

Our Autumn events include tasters in Law, Maths and Computer Science and Physiotherapy.

Find out more 

Interested in UEA?
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a highly ranked, internationally renowned campus university providing top quality academic, social and cultural facilities to over 15,000 students. The campus is located in 320 acres of rolling parkland on the edge of the vibrant city of Norwich.

Interested? Get involved:

  • Register for an open day – The best way to explore the campus, discover more about courses and chat to lecturers and current students about what it’s like to study and live at UEA. Taking place 22 October and 19 November 2022. Read more about UEA open days
  • Order a prospectus – Order yourself a copy of UEA’s 2023 undergraduate guide, to flick through at home in your own time. Order a prospectus
  • Get your questions answered – What’s it really like being at university? How do you know if a course is right for you? Send a message to a friendly UEA student or lecturer. No question is too big or small! Ask UEA

Making university accessible to all

New for this year, UEA will be trialling a nationwide contextual admissions scheme, meaning we could make students an offer with reduced entry requirements from our typical offer, or use contextual information as part of the screening process for invites to interview/audition.


Personal statements Tuesday 6 December, 4.30pm
Not started? Nearly finished? Wherever you’re at with your personal statement, this friendly webinar will help you get your UCAS personal statement sorted. You’ll also receive a free digital workbook.

Campus Tours

Book now for a tour of UEA’s beautiful campus on the edge of Norwich. You’ll be shown around by a current student and have the chance to put your questions to one of UEA’s Higher Education Advisers.

  • Friday 2 December
  • Monday 12 December
  • Friday 16 December
  • Saturday 14 January
  • Friday 20 January
  • Monday 23 January

Student Opportunities

Kingston School of Art Short Courses – Year 10+ learners can apply now for FREE places on our Sustainable Fashion, Life Drawing, Visual Story TellingIntroduction to Animation and Foundation Preparation short courses in October, November, and December. Both forms need to be completed in order to apply:

Applying to Higher Education

The 2023 UCAS deadline for undergraduate courses is25th January 2023.

For the UCAS application process guide – click here.

Come and visit us! Dates below for our next open days for undergraduate students:

View our 2023 prospectus here

Help your students with the tricky decision of choosing the right course with this guide.

Architecture Residential Summer School

Kingston University and Drawing Matter are running a FREE Year 12 Architecture residential summer school from the 24th-29th August in Somerset. Accommodation and catering is provided by Sherbourne International School, with the workshops taking place in the local area. Travel bursaries to and from Somerset may be available where needed. We welcome applications from enthusiastic learners with a keen interest in the visual environment.

  • Applications are open now with a closing date of Monday 15th May 2023.
  • For further information and to apply please follow this link.

LMA Liverpool offers the following courses:

  • BA (Hons) Acting & Performance
  • BA (Hons) Dance Performance
  • BA (Hons) Digital Film & TV Production
  • BA (Hons) Digital Games Art
  • BA (Hons) Music Performance & Industry
  • BA (Hons) Musical Theatre

Open days on campus on Friday 11th November from midday and Friday 2nd December from midday.

Find out more on their website: click here.

University of Hull offer up to £125 in travel reimbursements for our open events for students travelling more than 20 miles to visit us: https://www.hull.ac.uk/choose-hull/study-at-hull/visit-us/open-days.

Interested in finding out more about studying Medicine? Come along to our live MediCafé webinars to find out about all things medical school, including the medicine application, work experience, and admissions tests.

Whether you are simply considering becoming a doctor, or are completely certain that it’s the route that you want to go down, MediCafé is open to all students interested in a future in Medicine.

Click the link here for more information and/or click on each webinar topic below to register.




Thursday 23 March 2023, 5pm to 6.30pm

Introduction to Medicine

Thursday 6 April 2023, 5pm to 7pm

Applying to Medicine

Monday 24 April 2023, 5pm to 6.30pm

Making the most of work experience

Tuesday 13 June 2023, 5pm to 7pm

Preparing for UCAT

Monday 26 June 2023, 5pm to 6.30pm

Making a Plan B 

Undergraduate Open Days

Open Days have ended for 2022 for students for September 2023 entry.

Our undergraduate open days for September 2024 entry will take place on:

Friday 30 June 2023
Saturday 1 July 2023
Saturday 9 September 2023
Saturday 14 October 2023

Bookings will open in Spring 2023. In the meantime, you can register your interest below.

Nottingham Summer Schools – applications are open!

The Nottingham Summer Schools will support students to:

  • experience life at a leading university
  • try out a range of course options related to their interests
  • develop focus and motivation for the remainder of their post-16 studies
  • access support through the UCAS process
  • earn a contextual offer (up to 2 grades lower) and a bursary (£1000 per year) for study at Nottingham!

Applications are now open until 10th March, and students can find further details, watch our info talk and apply at www.nottingham.ac.uk/suttontrust.

Pathways to Property Open Online Course (OOC)

The OOC is a three week, free, online course designed by leading academics at Henley Business School to excite young people about a career in property and signpost them to resources that can support them while making the step into the industry. This course is designed for students in Year 9 and upwards and can be completed in their own time, requiring only 6 hours of study. This course has started and will run throughout the year. Join here

If you have any questions about any of these opportunities please don’t hesitate to ask. For full details of Pathways to Property please visit our website here.

Updates from University of Surrey will appear here.

Open Days

Wednesday 18th January 2023 | Virtual Undergraduate Open Event | 4:30-6:30pm | Online

Wednesday 8th February 2023 | Sports Taster Day | 10am-2pm | Plas Coch Campus

Saturday 18th March 2023 | Undergraduate Open Day | 10am-2pm | Plas Coch Campus

Applications now open for Bangor’s Merit and Entrance Scholarships

Bangor University awards scholarships to applicants who excel in its annual Entrance Scholarships examinations. Applicants can choose to take an exam in one of over 20 subject areas and, if successful, will receive up to £3,000 to assist with their studies.

For students who aren’t familiar, Bangor University is situated in north Wales between the mountains and the sea. Bangor students can choose from world-class courses in the sciences, arts, business, law, and humanities.

The Sutton Trust US Programme

The Sutton Trust US Programme is designed to support students from state schools across the UK to explore US study and access leading universities.

It includes two UK-based residentials before all students spend a week in the United States staying on campus at a leading university and visiting a variety of other American universities.

This programme is founded and funded by the Sutton Trust, the UK’s leading social mobility charity, and delivered in partnership with the Fulbright Commission, who are experts in helping UK students study in the US.

For more information on the programme, use the link below:

The Inspiring Minds (IM) series of events will begin on 1 March with the Inspiring Minds Social Science and Humanities.

Further events will then take place across the year including IM STEM on 4 April 2023 and IM Sport on 5 April 2023. Two other events planned are IM Business and Economics and IM Art and Design (coinciding with the Creative Arts and Design degree show in the summer).

The events will give post-16 students with an interest in studying at Loughborough, the opportunity to experience topical taster sessions, including lectures and workshops, delivered by academics and researchers. The sessions will enhance current studies and give attendees the chance to experience studying their chosen subject at undergraduate degree level.

To find out more and to register for one of the events, please click the button below.

Student Finance application support

Student Finance England have announced that applications for students are expected to open in April this year – a little later than usual, meaning students will need to be well prepared to meet the application window. 

Monthly campus tours

For students who have applied, or are still considering university, but haven’t visited, it’s not too late to visit our campus. We are running campus tours for prospective students on the following dates:

  • Wednesday 15 March
  • Wednesday 12 April
  • Wednesday 30 May

Booking is essential, and students can do so using this link: www.hud.ac.uk/open-days/campus-tours/

Applying to university

Nottingham Trent University have a wide range of useful resources to help you with your applications to university, from Personal Statement to Applying for Student Finance, they have it covered with articles and video.