Coming on an Open Day is a great way to see Selwyn and Cambridge, to find out what the courses are really like and also meet some of the people who might be teaching you, as well as some current students.

When are the next Open Days?

The next Open Days in 2018 will be held on the following dates:

  • Thursday 5 July – Selwyn is open as part of the Cambridge Open Days
    Please see “Cambridge Open Days 2018” below for further details
  • Friday 6 July – Selwyn is open as part of the Cambridge Open Days
    Please see “Cambridge Open Days 2018” below for further details
  • Friday 21 September – All subjects Open Afternoon
    Closing date for bookings – 19 September
    More information and booking form

The Open Days and events above are for students who are considering an application to Cambridge in October 2018 for entry in October 2019 or deferred entry in October 2020.

Cambridge Open Days – 2018

In conjunction with the University-wide general Open Days, Selwyn College will be open on Thursday 5 July and Friday 6 July 2018 for informal visits and student-led tours between 9.30am and 4.30pm.  Please come to the main entrance of the College where you will be able to pick up prospectuses and meet current Selwyn students.

There is no need to book with the College to visit Selwyn on these Open Days.

Various teaching staff will be running subject talks and drop-in sessions at Selwyn during the University Open Days, as follows:

Thursday 5 July and Friday 6 July 

Computer Science – Dr Richard Watts or Dr Gareth Bailey will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Computer Science at Selwyn. Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

Economics – Dr Oleg Kitov will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Economics at Selwyn.  Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

Engineering – Mr James Matheson will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Engineering at Selwyn.  Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

English – Dr Philip Connell or Dr Sarah Meer will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying English at Selwyn.   Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

History – Dr David Smith will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying History at Selwyn.  Booking is not required. 10.30am – 12 noon

Law – Dr Janet O’Sullivan will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Law at Selwyn.  Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon.

Linguistics – Dr David Willis will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Linguistics at Selwyn.  Booking is not required. 10.30am – 11.30am.

Mathematics – Dr Jack Button or Dr Anita Faul will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Mathematics at Selwyn.   Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

Medicine – Dr Robert Whittaker will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Medicine at Selwyn.  Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

Modern Languages  – various Directors of Studies will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Languages at Selwyn.  Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

Music – Dr Alan Howard will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Music at Selwyn.  Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

Natural Sciences – Dr James Keeler and Dr Stewart Sage will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Natural Sciences at Selwyn.  Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

Thursday 5 July ONLY
History & Politics/HSPS – Dr Mike Sewell will be holding a drop in session if you would like to find out more about studying one of these subjects at Selwyn.   Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

Friday 6 July ONLY
Land Economy –
Dr Shaun Larcom will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying Land Economy at Selwyn.  Booking is not required 10.30am – 12 noon

Theology & Philosophy of Religion – Dr Alison Gray will be holding a drop-in session if you would like to find out more about studying this subject at Selwyn.  Booking is not required.  10.30am – 12 noon

There is no need to book with the College to visit Selwyn on the Open Days on 5 and 6 July but booking is required for the main Faculty events at the Cambridge Open Days.  For more information about the Cambridge Open Days and to book a place please visit this website Cambridge Open Days.

Is Accommodation available?

Some accommodation is available for students and teachers attending the Cambridge Open Days in July.  Priority is given to those in our link areas who cannot travel to Cambridge and back home in the same day.  Accommodation requests should be made via email to the Admissions Officer.  We will confirm availability and other details as quickly as possible.

If I can’t come to an Open Day, can I visit Selwyn College at another time?

Yes, of course.  If you tell the Porters at the main entrance on Grange Road that you are a possible candidate for admission they will let you in. They will have copies of our Prospectus available.

 

 

 

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