Discover your future at Birmingham Newman University in 2024 and beyond.

Join us for an unforgettable experience at one of our Open Days.

Next Open Day

  • Saturday 27th April 2024 (10am – 3pm)

This is a great opportunity for you to take a campus tour, view our accommodation, meet our academic team, talk to existing students and our support team, all in one place, and get any questions answered.

Future Open Days

  • Saturday 13th July 2024
  • Saturday 17th August 2024
  • Saturday 5th October 2024
  • Saturday 23rd November 2024

Open Day FAQs

You’ve booked your place at our next Open Day, so what happens next?

Make your way to Birmingham Newman University from 10am. When you get here, please go to reception and members of our team will be able to scan your barcode to sign you in.

We will give you a copy of the subject talk timetable, a free Starbucks drink voucher and other Birmingham Newman University freebies!

If you need help navigating your way through the campus, ask one of our student ambassadors in a bright blue top and they will show you where you need to go.

Here is a map of our campus (JPG – 2MB), or watch the video below to follow our Counselling student, Jess, as she takes you on a tour of our Open Day.

Absolutely! Students are welcome to bring friends and family with them on the day. We encourage parents/guardians to attend with students as there are Student Finance talks happening throughout the day.

It’s up to you, you can stay for as little or as much of the Open Day as you like.

You are not obligated to stay between 10am – 3pm, but we do recommend chatting to the lecturers from your chosen subject area and taking a tour of the campus.

We have made our Open Day as flexible as possible, giving you the opportunity to get any questions you have answered.

Yes, there will be free parking for visitors in our student car park. This will be clearly signposted on the day.

Getting to Birmingham Newman University by public transport is really easy, whether that’s by bus or train!

Please take a look at our helpful guide to planning your journey, whether you’re travelling by car, bus, train, on foot or by air: How to find us

There is lift access to all floors on campus and our staff and student ambassadors are happy to help with any accessibility queries you may have while touring our campus.

If you have any further concerns about visiting us on the day, please email our Disability and Inclusion Manager, Rachael Hawkins: