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Offer holder days

Our offer holder day events will give you a more in-depth opportunity to experience AUB, focusing on the specific course you have applied for.

These events are invite-only, so once you've received your offer (and if your course is taking part), you'll receive an offer holder day invitation.

These events take place during the week on our bustling campus, you'll be able to see what it's really like to study here.

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Offer holder day dates

You'll meet your prospective course teams and take part in group activities, whether that be making, creating, styling or discussing ideas. The event will be active, hands on and fun. You will be alongside your potential future classmates and have an opportunity to get to know each other before starting your course in the Autumn.

These events are invite-only, so once you've received your offer (and if your course is taking part), you'll receive an offer holder day invitation. The events will take place across the following dates (not all courses represented at every date):

  • Wednesday 1 March 2023
  • Wednesday 8 March 2023
  • Wednesday 15 March 2023
  • Wednesday 12 April 2023

Offer holder day FAQs

Yes, you need to book onto a slot to attend, bookings can be made using the link in your email invitation.

These events will be different to Open Days as you'll be alongside other offer holders and experience an in-depth course related activity. You'll come away with a clearer idea of what it's like to be an AUB student.

We strongly encourage you to attend but it is not compulsory.

Most courses are running morning sessions starting at 10.30 and afternoon sessions starting at 14.00. Please check further details in your invite. The course taster session will last for 2 hours maximum. You're welcome to explore the campus after your morning session or before your afternoon session.

You can go online and cancel/amend your booking using the confirmation email

If you cannot attend, please do cancel your place so we can offer it to someone else.

Yes, guests are welcome to come with you, but they won't be able to join the course taster session. During this time, guests can explore campus, visit our hospitality outlets or have any questions answered in the Information Hub.

Absolutely! We have a range of student ambassadors representing various courses that will be pleased to have a chat with you on the day and share their experiences as an AUB student

We have limited car parking facilities on campus. Once this car park is full, we have an overflow car park around the corner, just a short 5-minute walk to ensure we can accommodate all our visitors.

Please always arrive at the main AUB entrance, as our security team will be on hand to help direct you on arrival.

Please email opendays@aub.ac.uk and we will be pleased to reserve a parking space on campus for you

Please email opendays@aub.ac.uk and we will put you in touch with our Student Support who will ensure to listen to your requirements and what we can do to help you.

Yes there'll be set times when our campus accommodation can be accessed for free flow tours.

Of course, we have several refreshment outlets that will be open including Costa Coffee, Starbucks and our Refectory.

We'll send an information email with all the information about the day approximately 7-10 days prior to arrival.

Please check your junk/spam folder and if it can’t be found please contact us on opendays@aub.ac.uk and we will be pleased to re-send this to you.

You'll receive a specific email prior to the event with your QR code – if you can have this handy, either printed or on your phone, it will help us to scan you on arrival and speed up the registration process!

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