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Open Days offer a rare opportunity to visit departments and speak to staff and students who know all about the subject you love and what it is like to study it here. Most departments offer information to visitors on a drop-in basis though some require you to book in advance for their events. OCTOBER Brussels. Programme at a glance. Practical Information. Media programme. Visual Identity. Download Programme. Registration is closed. Your can see your selection in your session list. Opening session - Regions and cities, pillars of the EU's future. Launching the Regional Competitiveness Index. Join us at one of our Open Days: There are lots of different ways to visit the University of Reading, including our campus tours. The easiest way to get to the University on Open Days is by public transport. Please read our travel guide for more information. The facilities and accommodation were amazing – I was totally blown away. Programme looking at new fiction and non-fiction books, talking to authors and publishers and unearthing lost classics. Celebrating reading and the .
Latest update on Coronavirus and how it may affect our Open Days. Given the uncertainty around Coronavirus and the possible impact on public events, the University continues to monitor the situation and respond to official advice and guidance as it becomes available. Our programme for the Open Days will be released prior to the event on this web page. It's a great idea to plan your day and have a think about the talks and zones you would like to visit, but don't worry as you do not have to book any sessions in advance. Virtual open day. We will be running an open day online on Friday 26 June. Register your interest. Our on-campus open days on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 June have been cancelled. Currently, the open day scheduled for Saturday 5 September is going ahead as planned. Open Days Open Days provide an excellent opportunity to visit the Faculty and meet tutors and students. The Faculty holds its main open day in April or May each year, and information sessions on the University open days in June or July and September. There are additional open days in Spanish and Portuguese, German, Italian, and Russian and other Slavonic Languages in .
Duration: The open afternoons run from - Registration: Check-in opens at Tickets: We advise that you register online prior to attending so you can receive all the relevant information as well as a link to book talks and tours. You will be sent a QR code ticket which you will need to show on check-in. SOAS Virtual Postgraduate Open Days 25th - 29th May Join us at one of our Virtual Postgraduate Open Days from May to get a taste of what it’s like to study at SOAS. Due to the COVID situation, all of our upcoming postgraduate open days are now virtual, meaning you can explore what SOAS has to offer from the comfort of your own home. We recommend you book your Open Day place and refer to the programme of events [PDF] before you arrange travel or accommodation. Use our maps of LSE and directions to the campus to find your way to us. We strongly recommend you use public transport as car parking in the area is extremely limited. Full Programme of Events 12pm: Welcome Message Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh President, NUI Galway pm - 1pm: Leaving Cert LIVE Panel Discussion. An online panel discussion will broadcast live, discussing the key issues for Leaving Certificate students. 12 - 3pm: Explore Courses and Careers.