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History open days

Plan your day

There's so much to see at Nottingham and we want to help you make the most of your day.

We've suggested itineraries to help you find out as much as possible about studying history and being a student here.

Of course, it's your day and your opportunity to get your questions answered so make sure you see the things that are important to you. A full list of all activities is in the open day brochure.

Study history, view accommodation, sport facilities

Events in bold have fixed times and relate directly to your course. 

Download a map that shows the locations of all our buildings.

Free shuttle buses will be running to help you get around the campus.

Suggested itinerary
09:30 Register at one of the information points for free gifts and useful guides  
10:00 Accommodation - take a look at the accomodation options, both catered and self-catering See the options

11:05

Talk: studying history at Nottingham Senate Chamber, Trent Building
12:15 Sample history seminar A26, Lenton Grove
12:45 Lunch Cavendish Café for a snack, Portland Building for something more substantial
13:45 Drop-in: chat to staff and students and get your questions answered about studying history at Nottingham A18, Lenton Grove
14:30 Drop-in: find out more about the sport facilities and sport clubs at Nottingham Studio 1, David Ross Sports Village
15:15 Information Fair - pop in and find out about all the services we offer our students C Floor, Portland Building
 

Study history, view accommodation, study abroad

Events in bold have fixed times and relate directly to your course. 

Download a map that shows the locations of all our buildings.

Free shuttle buses will be running to help you get around the campus.

Suggested itinerary
09:00 Register at one of the information points for free gifts and useful guides  
09:30 Talk: opportunities to study abroad as part of your degree SU Hub, C floor, Portland Building

10:00

Information Fair - pop in and find out about all the services we offer our students C Floor, Portland Building
11:00 Accommodation - take a look at the accomodation options, both catered and self-catering See the options
12:00 Lunch Clive Granger Café for a snack, Portland Building for something more substantial
13:05 Talk: studying history at Nottingham Senate Chamber, Trent Building
14:15 Sample history seminar A26, Lenton Grove
14:45 Drop-in: chat to staff and students and get your questions answered about studying history at Nottingham A18, Lenton Grove
 

Study history, view accommodation, learn a language

Events in bold have fixed times and relate directly to your course. 

Download a map that shows the locations of all our buildings.

Free shuttle buses will be running to help you get around the campus.-

Suggested itinerary
09:30 Register at one of the information points for free gifts and useful guides  
10:00 Accommodation - take a look at the accomodation options, both catered and self-catering See the options

11:00

Talk: opportunities to study a language as part of your course A40, Sir Clive Granger Building
11:45 Information Fair - pop in and find out about all the services we offer our students C Floor, Portland Building
12:30 Lunch Portland Building
13:15 Drop in: chat to staff and students and get your questions answered about studying history at Nottingham A18, Lenton Grove
14:15 Sample history seminar A26, Lenton Grove
15:05 Talk: studying history at Nottingham Senate Chamber, Trent Building
 

If you have any questions at any time during the day:

  • go to one of the many outdoor information points
  • ask any of the staff and student helpers in the blue t-shirts - they're here to help!
open day student helper
 

 

Not booked yet?

If you missed our open days it's not too late! Come and find out more about studying history at the University of Nottingham at one of our mini open days.

Book your visit

Open day dates

  • Wednesday 11 October
  • Wednesday 25 October

 

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On the open days, the lecturers took an interest in me, what I did, and what I was passionate about, and that filled me with confidence that Nottingham would be the place for me - and I was right!
 

Jenni Hatton

 

Download our open day app

  • Create your own schedule on your phone
  • Find venues
  • Navigate from one location to another
  • Receive reminders about your activities

Search UoN Open Days 2017 in your app store and install the app to get started.

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Department of History

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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