Explore our campus, talk to staff and students and find out about your subject at our open day. Join us for the day to start thinking beyond.

Our open day dates for 2020

  • Friday 19 June 
  • Saturday 20 June 
  • Saturday 12 September
  • Saturday 3 October

Booking for the June open days will begin in March 2020. To receive an email alert when the booking form is live register your interest.

If you would like to visit us before the open days you can book a campus tour

What to expect at an open day

There are a variety of activities taking place designed to give you an insight into the Leeds student experience. You can find out about our range of courses, visit our accommodation, explore the campus and see our outstanding facilities, as well as chat to current students, admissions staff and academics.

Subject sessions

Find out more about the course you are interested in by attending relevant talks, taster lectures, drop in sessions, tours and demonstrations. Most activities take place in the department itself so you can experience what it’s like to study with us. You do not need to book to attend these sessions, but please be aware that some talks are popular so there may be a wait at peak times.

General talks

Our general talks take place throughout the day to give you an insight into what you can expect as a student at Leeds. Hear our current students’ experiences at the Introducing Leeds talk, discover more about living in Leeds at the accommodation talk, and find out how you can enhance your degree at our work placement, study abroad and volunteering talk.    

Tours and open houses

Take a tour of our newly refurbished award winning students’ union, and The Edge, our state-of-the-art sport and fitness facility. The Laidlaw Library, purpose-built for undergraduate students is not to be missed. Some of our on campus accommodation will be open to view but there is also a chance to see all of our accommodation at Viewing Day on Saturday 21 March 2020.  

Information fair

Here you’ll find representatives from each subject area to ask any course questions you may have. You can also talk to staff from the University’s student services including accommodation, finance, careers and study abroad.