Which type of Open Day is for you?
We run two main types of open day. Our University Open Days are open to anyone who is considering choosing Bangor for their studies. Our UCAS Applicant Visit Days are specifically aimed at those who have already applied to UCAS for a course at Bangor and are designed to allow you to find out more about the course and other aspects of your studies.
University Open Days
A University Open Day is the best way for you to get to know Bangor University and find out what we have to offer, before you apply. On a University Open Day you’ll have the chance to visit our Academic departments, talk to our staff and students, tour our accommodation and view our facilities.Book an Open Day
Our next University-wide Open Day will be held on:
- Saturday 27 June 2020
- Saturday 4 July 2020
UCAS Applicant Visit Days
If you have applied to study at Bangor, you will be invited to attend a UCAS Applicant Visit Day early in the new year.
We are located in beautiful north Wales, between the Snowdonia mountains and the Menai Straits. Bangor has excellent transport links and is only few hours from major cities, including Liverpool, Manchester and Dublin.
Can’t wait for the Open Day?
If you would like to visit, but were unable to attend any of our recent Open Days, you can either:
- Contact our Admissions Team and we will do our best to arrange an individual visit for you
- Or, take a look at our Virtual Student Experience for a taste of life as a Bangor student!
View our Virtual Student Experience
Take a look at our virtual student experience for videos, 360 tours and information on our courses, student life, location, accommodation and campus.
A student city in scenic surroundings. The adventure starts here.
For more information...
If you have any questions about visiting Bangor University, or want more information about Open Days, visiting the University, or the courses we offer, please get in touch.
Tel: + 44 (0)1248 382118
Email: email@example.com (Open Days)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Enquiries)