Making practical arrangements before you get here will help your day go smoothly.
Disabled visitors should contact us in advance to discuss access requirements.
Our Open Days take place across a number of campuses. Some activities will be located at different sites. For example:
Please note: Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies facilities are not open at the Open Day on Friday 14 June. For more information, please see the subject page for Veterinary Medicine.
Use the campus maps in the Open Day programme to find your way between the different venues.
Look out for our student ambassadors who can point you in the right direction. They will be dressed in red University t-shirts.
If you get lost, ask a student ambassador or member of staff to point you in the right direction.
You may wish to arrange a meeting point should you get split up from the rest of your group. We suggest the foyer of the David Hume Tower (George Square campus) or the Chancellor’s Building (Royal Infirmary).
If you or one of your party has any specific access requirements (such as level access to events, induction loop, sign language interpreter) please provide us with details on your booking form.
You can also phone or email Student Recruitment and Admissions directly to let us know your access requirements.
You may also wish to speak with the Student Disability Service on the Open Day to see what support might be available for you.
If you have any questions before Open Day, please contact the Student Recruitment and Admissions team.
If you have any queries on the day, feel free to talk to one of our student ambassadors or a member of staff at one of the Open Day Helpdesks.
This article was published on May 22, 2013