Visiting the University / Open days

The School of Economics, Finance and Management does not hold a University-wide open day for postgraduates, but there are other opportunities for you to visit and find out more about the university independently.

http://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/study-at-bristol/visits/

Self-guided audio walking tour

Follow our circular tour and find out about the University’s history and facilities. The complete tour takes about 90 minutes and includes several optional detours around parts of the city. The self-guided tour is also available as a downloadable iPhone app through iTunes

The walking tour commentary consists of a total of 14 podcasts, one for each stage of the tour, which you can also download from our website. There is a printable version of the tour if you do not have an MP3 Player or an iPod.

You might like to print out a campus map to help guide you around the Campus, and other useful maps (including bus services and walking directions to the campus) can be found at: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/maps/print/

International Office campus tours

Campus tours for prospective international postgraduate students are led by international student ambassadors and run throughout the year. The tour will give you an idea of the layout and general facilities of the University.

Tours last for one hour. Please note that this is a walking tour and as some areas of the University precinct are quite hilly, comfortable shoes are recommended.

To book a campus tour, please contact the international office.

Virtual tours

Take a virtual tour of our Priory Road Complex, home to the School of Economics, Finance and Management. You can view several films about the School of Economics, Finance and Management which desribe why you should choose Bristol, MSc programmes, and feature student case studies. Videos detailing our range of university accommodation are also available.

Let us visit you

We will be at several events around the UK where you can come and meet with us and ask any questions you may have. We’ll keep you up-to-date with where we’ll be through our twitter account @ChooseBristolPG.

Staff from our International Office may also be coming to an event near you wherever in the world you may be.

You are of course welcome to join our undergraduate open days as well, although any specific information relating to postgraduate courses will not be available. Our next undergraduate open days will be on Friday 17 June 2016, Saturday 18 June 2016 and Saturday 10 September 2016.

The City of Bristol

To help you get a feel of Bristol, please visit the University of Bristol City of Bristol webpage at: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/city/

This webpage will help you get a flavour of our wonderful  and vibrant City of Bristol, giving you lots details about culture and the arts, festivals, going out, the green city and lots more interesting information.

HH Wills Physics Building. Taken 25 November 2005 after a light snowfall.

 

Michelle Signature

 

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