If you receive an offer of admission from us, you may be invited to attend a post-offer visit day.
You will have the opportunity to meet with academic staff from your chosen subject area, tour the facilities and attend general information sessions. Dates for the post-offer visits for your subject area can be found via the links below.
Planned industrial action
As you may be aware, a large proportion of universities in the UK will experience industrial action in the coming weeks. A small number of post-offer visit days will take place on dates when industrial action is planned, however we would like to assure you that we are working hard to ensure that any impact on your visit will be minimised.
You can find more information about the industrial action on our Student Administration website.
2018 post-offer visits
College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
Successful applicants for 2018 entry to the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences will receive individual invitations for visits.
College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences post-offer visits will be held on:
- 28 March 2018
- 4 April 2018
College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine
Successful applicants for 2018 entry to the College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine will receive individual invitations for visits.
Medical Sciences and Biomedical Sciences post-offer visits will be held in March and April 2018.
College of Science & Engineering
Successful applicants for 2018 entry to the College of Science & Engineering will receive individual invitations for visits to their chosen school, except where they were interviewed as part of the application process.
More information for subject areas is available on school websites:
To find out which school your degree programme is part of, you can check the email correspondence from the admissions office dealing with your application. You can also check our degree finder for your chosen programme.
If you have already visited prior to receiving an offer
The small number of areas that normally interview applicants before making an offer do not arrange separate post-offer visits. These include applicants to programmes in teacher education (including Community Education), Nursing, Oral Health Sciences, and Veterinary Medicine, as well as graduate and mature applicants to Medicine.