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Undergraduate open days – University of Reading

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    Our undergraduate open days give you the perfect chance to see what we're all about

Undergraduate open days

Our next 2014 Open Days are on Saturday 27 September (booking now closed) and Saturday 25 October.

Considering applying?

Then come and meet us on an Open Day and find out more. Explore our beautiful campus, meet students and lecturers from all our courses, see our accommodation and enjoy talks and taster lectures.

Open Day
– Saturday 27 September 2014, Booking Now Closed

Please note that due to the popularity of our Open Day in September, and the large number of bookings already taken, we've now closed registration.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and encourage anyone wishing to attend an Open Day at the University of Reading to register their interest in our Open Day on 25 October.

Alternatively, if you can't make it in October you can book onto one of our campus tours. Due to the high volume of requests for visits to the University of Reading, we have added extra dates so hope there will be something to suit everyone.

Register your interest for our Open Day in October

If you're hoping to attend our Open Day on 25 October, register your interest using the form linked to below, and we'll email you to let you know when the Open Day schedule is available and you can book your place.

Getting here

Our campus is easily accessible through all major modes of transporation.

On the day

There's lot to see and do on campus.

I can't make it to an open day...

...but I would like to visit. What can I do?

Open Days are the best way to find out more, but if you can't make it, we'd still love to see you - come on one of our campus tours.

‘I chose to study at the University of Reading because of the beautiful campus, supportive atmosphere and high academic standards. When I came to an open day I met a student ambassador who not only inspired me to come to the University but also made me want to become an ambassador myself!’

Louise Izzard

BA Philosophy student (and Student Ambassador)

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