Bangor University UCAS Open Day

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Bangor University UCAS Open Day

UCAS Applicant Visit Days

If you have applied through UCAS to study at Bangor University, our academic schools will invite you to attend a UCAS Applicant Visit Day so you can see the University and meet lecturers and students.

When to visit…

The UCAS Applicant visit days are usually held between December and April.

After you have applied, the school to which you have applied will normally invite you to visit when they receive your UCAS application.

Some schools will send you an invitation to visit when they confirm that they want to offer you a place, although full details of the offer itself will be sent to you from UCAS.

Other schools will invite you to attend for interview (which usually includes an opportunity to view the School and to go on a tour of the University) before an offer is made.

Take a look at the list below for dates and further information.

Come and see for yourself!

Book an Open Day

An Open Day is the best way for you to get to know Bangor University and find out what we have to offer. On an 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.

Already Applied to Bangor?

If you have applied to study at Bangor, you will be invited to attend a UCAS Applicant Visit Day early in the new year.

  • Find out more about the UCAS Applicant Visit Days here.

Visiting the University for the first time?

Our next University-wide Open Days will be held on:

  • Saturday 24 June 2017
  • Saturday 8 July 2017

Book an Open Day.

Interested in postgraduate study?

If you’re interested in postgraduate study, our next Postgraduate Courses Fair will be held on 15 March 2017. You can also visit us on one of the University-wide Open Days in June, July, October and November.

Our Location

We are located in beautiful North Wales, between the Snowdonia Mountains and the Menai Strait. Bangor has excellent transport links and is only few hours from major cities, including Liverpool, Manchester and Dublin.