Our Open Days are a chance for thousands of visitors to get a taste of what it's like to live and study at Warwick, and to explore the wonderful opportunities and facilities that are available to our students. Their visit is really important to help them decide whether Warwick is the place for them.
Open Days just wouldn't be possible with many of our staff and students helping out, greeting visitors and showcasing all that Warwick has to offer them.
Learn more about what's involved from some of the many people who help to make it all happen.
Departmental Secretary, History
Role for Open Days: Staff in charge in Humanities
Estates Maintenance Helpdesk Operator
Role for Open Days: Staff Team Leader
Assistant Professor, School of Engineering
Role for Open Days: School of Engineering representative
Undergraduate Programme Manager (Business Development), Warwick Business School
Role for Open Days: WBS event organiser
Senior Events and Enquiries Assistant, Student Recruitment, Outreach and Admissions Service
Role for Open Days: Team Leader in the Ramphal building
Recruitment and Marketing co-ordinator, Student Admissions and Recruitment Office
Role for Open Days: Campus tours and reallocation manager
Catering manager, Food and Beverage, Warwick Students' Union
Role for Open Days: Catering, Bread Oven and Curiositea
Student, Warwick Business School
Role for Open Days: Warwick Welcome Service Student Ambasssador
I love the buzz at Open Days. We see hundreds of students and their parents on the Careers stand. It’s great to be able to reassure students that what will make them employable is the totality of their University experience, which means they are in a number of cases ‘granted permission’ to choose the subjects they are genuinely passionate about and therefore likely to do well in.
Anne Wilson, Head of Careers, Student Careers and Skills
I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and it was great fun talking to some of the prospective students and their parents. I was talking from the heart when I was telling the students that the campus environment was a fantastic place to study and work! I would definitely offer my services again, even though it was a tiring day it was very rewarding. I enjoyed meeting other members of staff from different departments within the University, as it’s so easy to get absorbed into your own department. It was a really fun working day!
Ila Kiddy, Industrial Visits Co-ordinator, WMG
We welcome thousands of prospective students and their families at our Open Days.
A big thank you to everyone involved in putting events together and contributing to the busy and vibrant atmosphere on the day!
Our next Undergraduate Open Days will take place on 23 September and 21 October 2017.
Share your experience
Do you take part in our Open Days? Tell us what you enjoy about it - contact the Internal Communications team at internalcomms at warwick dot ac dot uk