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Open days & Applicant days

Open days & Applicant days

Visit us for an Open Day

Our first Open Day for 2020 will take place on Friday 3 July. If you would to book a place for you and your students, please use the button below to visit our Group Bookings page.

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Why come to an Open Day?

Your students may already have an idea of the subject area or course they would like to go on; however, there are many factors they need to consider before making a decision on which university to attend.

Visiting us for an Open Day is the most effective way for them to experience student life at Leeds Beckett first-hand, look round our campuses and facilities and speak to teaching staff and students to ensure they are on course with what and where they want to study.

We also offer free lunch to teachers and advisors escorting school groups to our open days.

Tips from our Undergraduate Students

Making the most of your Open Day
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So, you’re considering going to university. Visiting for an Open Day is a great idea, because it will help you make much more informed decisions. Here are some tips from our student, Ryan, to help you make the most of your university Open Days.
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When you start uni you'll probably have a lot of questions but everyone is in the same boat. Emily gives tips on how to tackle five of the key concerns that most students have before they start university.

Leeds Beckett Open Days

Step onto our campus, chat to our knowledgeable academic staff and friendly student ambassadors, and explore our fascinating subject areas.
Arrival and Registration

We have dedicated school and college registration points at our Open Days for your students to check in upon arrival. This will ensure they receive all the details they need in advance and facilitate their check-in process.

Getting Here

Our Open Days take place across both campuses. Information on teaching locations for the courses your students have booked on can be found in the Open Day guide or in our dedicated pages. We will also send you emails with detailed information on SAT NAV postcodes, parking facilities and travel directions. If you have any queries regarding transportation and getting here, please contact schoolsandcolleges@leedsbeckett.ac.uk.

More Information

If you require any further information, please contact our team at schoolsandcolleges@leedsbeckett.ac.uk or on 0113 812 5907.

Visit us for a Campus Tour

We are delighted to host Campus Tours for schools and colleges throughout the year, giving your pupils an opportunity to see our incredible campuses and get a taste of life at Leeds Beckett.

At the start of your visit, you will be greeted by a member of our schools liaison team who will present a welcome talk before our Student Ambassadors take you on a tour of our campuses. They will talk about their experiences of our University and will also answer any questions you or your students may have.

Please note, our Campus Tours are not course-specific and do not include visits to our accommodation.

You can find details of all our halls of residence on the Accommodation section of our website and if you have any questions you can contact our Accommodation team on +44 (0)113 812 5972 or email accommodation@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

If you require further information or you would like to book a campus tour, please contact the Student Marketing team on study@leedsbeckett.ac.uk.

If you cannot get here in person you can still look round both our campuses and all our halls of residence with our Virtual Open Day or on our Virtual 360°.

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