Open Days

Visit the University of Bradford

Our Open Days are your best opportunity to find out what it's like to study at the University of Bradford.

You'll be taken on tours of our campus and accommodation, get the chance to speak to current students, and meet the academics who'll be teaching you. There are also plenty of talks and activities to get involved with.

Details of our 2019 Open Days will be announced soon.

Book a personal visit

You are invited to book a visit at a time that suits you, to look at the facilities and speak to an academic from the subjects that you're interested in. 

Applicant Experience Days

Once you apply to us you may be invited to an Applicant Experience Day where you'll experience how the course is taught, meet course academics and maybe even your future coursemates.

Getting here

University of Bradford
Richmond Road, Bradford
BD7 1DP

By car

Sat Nav: BD7 1PP

Free parking is available on the day for visitors in our Shearbridge Green Car Park, off Great Horton Road.

By public transport

If you’re getting the bus to Bradford, or arriving by train at Forster Square or Bradford Interchange, the University is 15 minutes’ walk from the city centre.

Go through City Park and continue past the Alhambra Theatre up Great Horton Road. Campus is about 300 metres up this hill, just beyond the College.

Contact us

If you have any questions about travel or parking please contact our enquiries team.

Top tips for our Open Day

Quiz the experts - nobody knows a course better than the person who teaches it. At an open day, you can quiz tutors and decide whether their course is right for you. You can find info on loads of other courses too, who knows, you might discover something brand new.

Attend talks - talks are perfect for giving you info on things you may not have even thought about. From fees and finance, to student life and societies, talks are varied and take place throughout the day so plan the talks you want to attend in advance.

See it to believe it - you’re not just choosing a university, you’re choosing a campus, a city and a lifestyle. Give yourself time to discover everything the university and city have to offer for you, don’t just believe the rumours. Chat to the Students’ Union about sports, societies and social life and head into the city for a bite to eat.

Bring your friends and family - don’t go it alone; take a friend or someone from the family. It’s a good idea to talk things through with someone after an open day, especially if it’s your first one.

We have a parents and carers lounge at our Open Day where they can attend talks designed just for them, and you can get a break.

Plan your personal statement - at an open day you’ll be able to get insider tips on what to include in your statement so be sure to chat to the tutors about it. We run personal statement writing workshops at our open days to give you an edge.