Brampton Road November Open Day
Explore the Brampton Road campus. Find your course, calling, and career path at the University of Cumbria.
27 Nov 2021Book Now
Choosing the right university for you can be a tough decision. Your time at university is a life changing opportunity where you make unforgettable memories with lifelong friends and kick start your future career! If you are still undecided nothing will help you make your mind up more than attending an Open Day and experiencing first-hand what we offer.
Our Open Days give you the opportunity for you to explore our beautiful campuses each with their own unique characteristics and excellent facilities. The Brampton Road campus is home to the Institute of Arts, alongside our performance and exhibition spaces, Vallum Galley and Stanwix Theatre.
During the day our expert academic staff will be running subject talks where you can get a real flavour of the course and see how passionate and enthusiastic our tutors are about their specialist subject. Our academics will be on hand after these sessions to answer any questions you may have about your course of interest.
In addition, we will be running a series of optional workshops throughout the day where you can find out information about the application process, accommodation, fees and finance and student support.
Complimentary refreshments will also be provided for you and your guests on the day.
* Please visit the help desk if you have any specific mobility issues ahead of attending one of our off-site accommodation tours as part of your open event.Book Now
Witness the beauty of our Brampton Road campus at our next Open Day. Sitting right on top of Hadrian's Wall and surrounded by beautiful parkland and rolling green lawns, our Brampton Road Campus is full of history, and buzzing with excitement, creativity, and the sense of endless possibility.
Fully dedicated and equipped for everything arts and culture, Brampton Road is home to our Institute of Arts. Located minutes away from the sights and sounds of Carlisle city centre, it's also a train ride away from the stunning English Lake District, Lancaster, and the UK's capital city, London.Explore Online