Come and visit the university that puts you first.
Open Days are an important part of your journey to Higher Education with the University of Bedfordshire. Our Open Days give you the opportunity to find out exactly what it is like to be a student at the University of Bedfordshire and how you can graduate as a professional.
You will leave our Open Day with all the information on your course(s), support services, what to expect from being a student here, accommodation and, most of all, the wide range of activities available to you while studying. Our aim is to help you enjoy your day on campus and show you how we prepare you for life after graduation from the first step you take on campus as a proud student at the University of Bedfordshire.
With so much going on don’t forget to download your Open Day Guide to help you plan your day in advance. You will also receive a hard copy of both on the day at registration.
The list of Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses at the Bedford campus will be available to select on the booking form.
The University offers a free shuttle bus from Bedford train station to the Bedford campus on the Open day.
This service runs between 9am - 2.30pm (no bus will run 12 -1). For more information on the shuttle bus please email [email protected].
We look forward to welcoming you to the University of Bedfordshire; the university that puts you first.
Find out more information about the open day by clicking on the following link:
T: 0300 3300 073 / E: [email protected]
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
You will be able to find most answers on our Open Day page here. If you are unable to find what you are looking for please email us at [email protected].
Can I update my registration information?
If you wish to update any of your information please email [email protected]
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
Please ensure the main ticket holder (student) is the name on the ticket. This helps ensure you receive all the correct information and it is sent to the main ticket holder; the student.