Student Ambassador talking to visitor at an open day

Our next events

Nursing students in training session with medical staff
Truro School of Nursing – Nursing Open Evening

Looking to study nursing in Cornwall?

25 January 2024 16:00 - 19:00

Another benefit of attending an open day is you get to explore the University campus, see the spaces in which you’ll be studying and listen to lectures, as well as having the opportunity to see your course's facilities. It may not feel like it would make a difference, but it allows you to see the spaces and imagine yourself studying there.

Cerys, BA (Hons) Architecture
Students walking across campus on a sunny day

Make the most of your visit by exploring the city and discovering the best food, drink and activities favoured by our students.
A group of smiling student ambassadors on campus.

After feeling anxious about my future plans at some other universities, it was a revelation to come to Plymouth. The warmth and friendliness of all the staff and students really made the university stand out. It felt like a family.

Phoebe, open day attendee

All the student ambassadors were super friendly! The admissions team were super helpful in finding a route that worked for me. I got to talk about foundation years and talk to lecturers one to one. It was really helpful to get that insight.

Bethan, BSc (Hons) Zoology

Experience Plymouth

Our open days give you a chance to not only get a feel of the campus and student experience but also the city as a whole.
Even if you haven’t decided what you’d like to study yet, you can still attend an open day.

Additional notices:

  • University cafes accept card payment only

  • Parking on campus is only for pre-arranged blue badge holders

  • No dogs (except service dogs) are allowed in the University buildings