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Open Day – Arts & Humanities Subjects 9 April 2019

09 Apr 2019
Location: Churchill College
Start time: 08:45
End time: 15:00

An Open Day for prospective students interested in studying arts and humanities subjects (Bookings now closed).

Coming to visit us at one of our undergraduate Open Days is the best way to discover what Churchill is really like. As well as looking around the College campus, you will find out more about how Cambridge University works, the courses on offer and our entry requirements. You will meet some of the College's teaching academics as well as current students to talk to them about their experiences of studying here.

Programme

Time

Session

Venue

8:45 –10:15

Registration and tours of College

Registration Desk in Concourse

10:15 – 11:30

Applying toCambridge

Wolfson Hall

11:30 – 12:15

Student life

(students only)

Wolfson Hall

11:30 – 12:30

Supporting applicants

(parents and teachers only)

Music Recital Room

12:15 – 13:00

Subject talks with Directors of Study

(students only)

Various locations

(DoS will collect and escort subject groups)

From 12:30

Lunch

Dining Hall

14:00 – 15:00

Free Lecture – Social Sciences

Free Lecture – Arts and Humanities

(both students only)

Wolfson Hall

Fellows’ Dining Room

 

How to find us

Details

Accommodation

Some overnight accommodation is available in College if you are unable to travel on the Open Day itself. Accommodation is only available for one night; the night before the Open Day you're going to attend. If you need to stay overnight, it is advisable to book early. You can book accommodation as part of our regular booking process, by using the link at the bottom of this page. We offer a subsidised bed and breakfast rate for Open Day attendees, of £16 per night per person for students and teachers, and £40 per night per person for parents.

Accommodation is at an absolute premium around our Open Days so we expect anyone who books our subsidised accommodation to attend our full Open Day programme at Churchill. If you do not, we will invoice you the full commercial rate plus an administrative charge for the accommodation you occupy.

Cost

The Open Day itself is free to attend and includes lunch for each booked prospective student (but not accompanying adult).

The charge for bed and breakfast accommodation, if you book it, is £16 per night per person for students and teachers, and £40 per night per person for parents.

Contact

For amendments to existing bookings, please email us:

open.days@chu.cam.ac.uk

Contact

For all enquiries please email us:

open.days@chu.cam.ac.uk