Virtual Undergraduate Open Day  |  Friday 26 June 2020  |  10am-3pm (BST-UK time)

We're proud to call Bristol home and invite you to experience it yourself at our virtual undergraduate open day. Meet our academic staff and learn what makes studying your subject at Bristol unique. Visit the central services exhibition and talk to the teams who support your student experience, from admissions and accommodation to study support, sports and societies. Explore and experience our beautiful campuses with 360 tours. Take the opportunity to ask our current students your particular questions - register today to find out more.


Do you live in a different time zone? While it is best to take part live, we appreciate this may be difficult if you live in some time zones. By registering here, you will get access to all the content after the event.

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