Undergraduate Open Days
Open Days are a fantastic opportunity to visit City, University of London to find out if it is the right choice for you.
At an Open Day you will have chance to explore City's campus, go on campus and accommodation tours, attend subject talks, and get more information about studying at City. You'll also be able to visit an information area where you can talk to our academics and current students about your subject of choice.
Plan your day
We publish a guide to each Open Day on this page before each event, which you can use to plan your day and make the most of your visit. The guide contains details of all the activities you can take advantage of on the day, including:
- Attend a welcome talk
- Tour our facilities and attend inspiring talks about the subjects you're interested in
- Tour our campus with our helpful student tour guides
- Talk to students about life at City, University of London
- Get advice on finance and student support
- Take a look around the local area, just five minutes walk from Angel tube station.
Getting to City
To find your quickest route in to City view our Visit City pages, or use the TFL Journey Planner. We will have student ambassadors at all the main travel points around the campus so please look out for them in their red t-shirts; they can help you with directions.
For those driving, there are very few Pay and Display parking bays around City, so we would advise parking in a National Car Park; the closest locations being London Farringdon or London Aldersgate. Please be aware that you may be liable to paying the Congestion Charge if driving.
If you're unable to make it to an Open Day
If you're unable to come to an Open Day, you can always sign up for one of our Campus Tours which take place every Tuesday (at 11am) and Thursday (at 2pm).
University of London Undergraduate Fair
The University of London will be holding its annual Undergraduate Fair on Tuesday 19th September 2017 between 10am and 3.30pm. This is a free event for students, parents, teachers and anyone returning to study at undergraduate level after a career or family break.
The Fair is a centrally organised event, where representatives from City will be joining those from all the other University of London institutions. There will be exhibition stands and free talks from academics, plus the opportunity to gather useful information about UCAS, student finance and life in London.
You can find out more about the event and register to attend at the Undergraduate Fair website.