University-Level Open Days
Is an Open Day right for me?
Our Open Days are ideal for students who are looking to study at either degree (undergraduate) or masters (postgraduate) levels.
If you are looking to study a college-level course including post-GCSE, certificates, diplomas and apprenticeships then you will need to come along to one of our Information Events. Click here to visit our Information Events page.
University-Level Open DaysOur University-Level Open Days are from 11am - 4:00pm (registration and arrivals from 10am) and give prospective students and guests the perfect opportunity to find out more about Higher Education courses at Writtle College. Throughout the day you will have the opportunity to meet course tutors, tour the campus with current students, discover student life at Writtle College, and learn about the support available to students.
Our Open Days are structured so that you are able to experience our full programme, and find out exactly why Writtle College is the right place for you. On arrival, please follow the signs to the Northumberland Lecture Theatre for registration and refreshments where free parking is available (no. 29 on the campus map). For more information about how to find us, including available routes, click here.
Please note that campus tours will take place outside so please dress appropriately for the weather.
If you are looking to study a college course including post-GCSE, certificates, diplomas and apprenticeships then you will need to come along to one of our Information Events.
Click here to visit our Information Events page.
Group bookingsWe welcome school and college group bookings and can offer a bespoke Open Day to cater the requests of the group. Please contact us at
Open Day SupportWrittle College is committed to providing an accessible environment for all students (prospective and current) as well as visitors. If you, or any member of your visiting party, have special requirements that arise as a result of a disability, medical condition or specific learning difficulty, please contact the Learner Services Department (by phone on +44 (0)1245 424254 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org), well in advance of your visit, so that appropriate and reasonable arrangements/adjustments can be made. For example, the College has a small team of specialist communicators who can assist prospective deaf or hearing impaired students who require communication support with British Sign Language or Sign Supported English.
Alternative ArrangementsFor those who are unable to attend on one of the dates above and would like to make alternative arrangements to visit the College, please contact Admissions 01245 424200 or
TelephoneSwitchboard: +44 (0) 1245 424200
Fax: +44 (0) 1245 420456