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University Open Days

Upcoming open days in 2021

Saturday 17 July 2021
Saturday 14 August 2021

2021/22 Open Days

It’s still a little way off but we have our fingers crossed that our open days will be able to take place on campus. However if needed, to keep everyone safe, we will run virtual events instead if we have to. Keep an eye out on your emails for updates.

What remains certain though is that open days give you the opportunity to find out more about a University and see everything that it has to offer. It’s the best way to find out what it’s really like to study with us at Northampton!

If you have any questions you can email or you can talk to us directly on 01604 892568.

Can’t make it to our open days? Join our virtual events or book a campus tour.

In the upcoming weeks we will be hosting some virtual events. You will be able to gain an insight into life at the University of Northampton and get all your questions answered whilst staying at home. Please check our event listings for more information.

Or come and join us for a socially distanced campus tour.

Book a campus tour

If you have any questions you can email or you can talk to us directly on 01604 892 568.

Accessible events

We endeavor to make all our events completely accessible. However, if you have any specific needs or require additional facilities, please contact us on 01604 892568 or

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Open Day Presentations

All information you need to discover what you will be studying on your programme.

What happens at university open days?

Attending a university open day gives you the opportunity to:

Open day FAQs

  • Open days give you the opportunity to find out more about a university and see everything it has to offer. The events are free and include information on the courses available and give a chance to explore the campus (be that virtually or via a campus tour). This first-hand experience is invaluable in helping you decide where and what course you would like to study.

  • Open day places must be booked in advance, so make sure you secure yours as soon as possible.

    Although physical, face to face events are not available at the moment (following Government guidelines), making a booking will be especially important for any on campus events or tours in the future as capacities will be controlled in order to comply with social distancing.

    If you can’t make it to a certain open day, there may be other events available and our usually campus tours run throughout the year. Check out our campus tours page for more information and register your interest to be notified when bookings open.

  • When making such an important decision, it can be very helpful to have a second opinion from someone you trust. For our virtual open days you can share links with friends and family or ask them to register with us directly. If you are attending an on campus event, make sure you check  how many guests you can bring with you before you travel as social distancing measures may limit capacity.

  • When it comes to what to wear to a uni open day, there are no set rules but during our on campus open days, as you will be touring the campus, comfortable footwear is recommended. Bear in mind that you may also be meeting your future tutors, so it’s a good idea to avoid wearing anything inappropriate.

  • Those looking to study postgraduate courses with us are welcome to attend our open days. We also host postgraduate specific events. To find out more, visit our postgraduate events page to see our upcoming postgraduate events.

Can't make it to an Open Day?

You can still view the University through our Virtual 360° Virtual Tour.

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