Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How do I check-in?
When you arrive on campus you do not need to check-in so there is no need to print off any tickets. Just turn up and start having fun!
Q. Do I need to arrive at a set time?
Open Day timings can be found below however Open Days are very flexible. You can arrive on campus whenever is convenient and also end your day when it suits. This allows you to plan a schedule that works best for you.
- 13 June 2019: 9:30am - 3pm
- 4 September 2019: 9:30am - 3pm
- 19 October 2019: 10:00am - 3pm
Q. How will I know what is happening on the day?
Closer to the event date a full programme will be available to dowload: this will provide you with all the information you need to know including times and venues for all the activities planned for that day. You can also pick up a paper copy around campus on the day. Alternatively, download our Open Day App, this will be available before each event. The App allows you to create your own personalised schedule for the day.
Q. Do I need to book in advance for the talks and tours I would like to attend?
You do not need to book in advance for Open Day talks. Please just go to the talk venue on the day in good time to secure your seat.
For most tours you do not need to book in advance. Any tours which require advance booking will be advertised separately.
The Open Day brochure will be available to download closer to the date of the event and includes detailed information on times, venues, talks and activities.
Q. How can I download the app?
Our Open Day App will be available to download from the App Store and Google Play closer to the event date. To find it search for 'University of Glasgow Welcome'.
Q. Can I bring my parents/family/friends?
Yes, you are very welcome to bring others with you to Open Day. When registering your place, all you have to do is select the correct number of individuals that will be attending. Alternatively your guests can make their own registrations.
Q. How do I get to the University?
Check out the Getting Here page for information on travel advice.
Q. I'm making an overnight trip to Glasgow, where is the best place to stay?
Visit Scotland offer some suggestions for hotels situated in the West End close to the University. Please type Glasgow West End into the location search box.
Alternatively, the city centre offers a larger variety of hotels. A full list of Glasgow hotels are available at People Make Glasgow. For information on travelling between the City Centre and West End check out our Getting Here page.
Q. Can I visit the University of Glasgow Dental School?
Tours of the University of Glasgow Dental School may be available at September Open Day in 2019 (tbc).
University staff from the Dental School will be present on the Main Campus at all Open Days to provide information and answer any questions about studying Dentistry.
Please note applicants who are successful in receiving an interview to study Dentistry at the University of Glasgow will be offered a tour of the Dental School as part of this process.
Q. Can I visit the University of Glasgow Veterinary School/Garscube Campus?
Tours of the Veterinary School/Garscube Campus may be be available at June and September Open Days in 2019 (tbc).
Please note that University staff from the Veterinary School will be present at the Main Campus at all Open Days to provide information and answer any questions about studying Vet Medicine and Vet Biosciences.
Please note applicants who are successful in receiving an interview to study Vet Medicine at the University of Glasgow will be offered a tour as part of the process.
Q. Can I visit the University of Glasgow Medical School?
The Medical School offers an extensive programme available on campus including talks, demonstrations and stands allowing you to chat with staff and students from Medicine.
Tours of the Teaching & Learning Centre at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital may be available at June and September Open Days 2019 (tbc).
Q. Can I visit the Student Halls of Residences for a tour?
Yes. Accommodation tours are available and transport is provided to and from the halls. Tours depart regularly throughout the day to Queen Margaret Residences and Murano Street Residences. The Open Day brochure will include details on timings and departure points. The brochure will be available to download closer to the date of the event or you can pick up a paper copy on the day of each event.
To find out more about the University Accommodation please visit Accommodation Services.
Q. I am a teacher and would like to bring a group of students to Open Day. How should I register?
Please email us at email@example.com with your name, school, contact number, email address and approximate number of students attending and we will contact you.
Q. I booked a ticket for Open Day but can no longer attend. What should I do?
If you have registered for our Open Day but you can no longer attend, you can notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q. I cannot attend any of the Open Days, can I visit another day?
We offer a variety of other opportunities to visit the university however we believe that Open Days are the best way for prospective students to experience the campus, obtain information and ask any questions. Check out our Alternative Ways to Visit page for details.
Q. I have other questions. How can I get in touch?
If you have any questions not listed above, contact us at email@example.com