Every year we welcome thousands of visitors to our Undergraduate Open Days, offering prospective students, their friends and family the chance to explore our campus, courses and accommodation options up close.
The Open Day experience begins with registration when our friendly staff will welcome you and your guests to campus and help you plan out your schedule to get the most from your day.
There are tours of facilities, visits to see accommodation and opportunities to hear from our staff and students to get a real flavour of what it is like to live and study in Lincoln.
The day mixes subject-based talks and activities with general tours, presentations and information. This means you can build a picture of the specific academic programme that interests you while also getting a glimpse into our award-winning student experience. Alongside timetabled activities, there are plenty of opportunities to speak face-to-face with staff and students and visit key facilities, like our library.
Our 2019 Undergraduate Open Day dates will be published early in the New Year.
If you can’t make it to one of our full Undergraduate Open Days, our Mini Open Days provide the ideal opportunity to explore our campus and facilities, ask questions, meet staff and students, and get a sense of student life here at Lincoln.
Typical Mini Open Day Programme:
11.30am onwards: Registration
11.30am to 12:45pm: Information zone
12.45pm to 2pm: Information talks
2pm to 3pm: Campus tour
Connect with us on social media! Don’t forget to follow our Open Day Twitter account before you arrive for key updates and information, as we often live-tweet throughout the day. Each Open Day we ask our visitors to let us know how their day is going via the hashtag: #LoveLincoln.Open Day Twitter
Our Open Day Guide provides a handy blueprint to plan your visit with maps, timetables and summaries of all the activities available. You can download the guide in advance of your visit to plan ahead if you like and we’ll give you a copy when you arrive to register on the day.Download the Guide