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The College will be open on Thursday 7 and Friday 8 July from 9.30 am until 4.30 pm to coincide with the University Open Days.  Please see further details below.

When are the next College Open Days?

There are no more College Open Days in 2022.

Recordings of previous virtual Open Days can be found here.  A Virtual Tour website is available here.

What happens at an Open Day?

At Trinity, the programme includes a talk by the Admissions Tutor and an opportunity for you to meet members of the teaching staff in the subject or subjects that interest you. There is plenty of chance for you to ask all the questions you may have. You can also look around the College, have lunch here, and meet some of our students. Please note there is no particular dress code for the Open Days at Trinity. You are encouraged to dress comfortably.

If I visit the College, will I be able to see a student room?

Yes, a few bedrooms will be available for visitors to see at Open Days. Unfortunately we can’t arrange this at other times – students are living in them! But do take a look at the Undergraduate Accommodation page:

Do I have to book a place at an official Trinity Open Day?

Yes. Places are limited. Booking is essential and begins in February each year. An online booking form is available here.  If you book a place, you will be sent further information regarding the event by email closer to the time. This information will include a programme for the day and a map and directions.

Please note: We regret that we are unable to take bookings for accompanying parents because of the limit on places available, but they are welcome to look round the College.

In addition to our College Open Days, Trinity will also be holding a variety of events on other dates; the details will be published here as soon as they become available.

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

Yes, please contact the Admissions Office for details.

Cambridge Open Days – Thursday 7 and Friday 8 July 2022

In conjunction with the University-wide General Open Days, Trinity College will be open for informal visits and student-led tours between 9.30 am and 4.30 pm on Thursday 7 and Friday 8 July 2022. Please come to the Dining Hall in Great Court where you will be able to pick up prospectuses and meet current Trinity students.

There is no need to book with the College to visit Trinity on the general University Open Days 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.

Some of our teaching staff will be running subject talks and drop-in sessions at Trinity during the University Open Days.  The following sessions are currently planned:

APPLYING TO TRINITY

The Director of Admissions, Dr Glen Rangwala, will give talks at 11am and 2pm in the Winstanley Lecture Hall on Thursday 7 and Friday 8 July.

ECONOMICS

Subject session with Dr Rupert Gatti at 2pm in the Old Combination Room on both Thursday 7 and Friday 8 July.

HISTORY, HISTORY & POLITICS, and HISTORY & MML

Subject sessions with Dr Richard Serjeantson at 2pm in C1 Nevile’s Court on both Thursday 7 and Friday 8 July.

LAND ECONOMY

Online subject session with Professor Andreas Kontoleon from 3.15pm to 4.00pm on Friday 8 July.  Zoom joining details:

https://trin-cam-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/95815511280?pwd=S2l1Rk5PenlIanlxN3J3b2ZtaW1hUT09

Meeting ID: 958 1551 1280
Passcode: 461005

MEDICINE

Subject session with Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald at 12 noon in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre on Thursday 7 July.

NATURAL SCIENCES

Subject session with Dr Aleks Reinhardt from 11.30 am until 12.30 pm in the Wren Cloisters on Thursday 7 July.

Subject session with Professor Caterina Ducati from 9.30 am until 10.00 am and repeated again from 2.00 pm until 2.30 pm in the Wren Cloisters on Friday 8 July.

Access Residentials

We offer subject-specific residential visits in the Easter and Summer vacations. They are completely free, including accommodation and all meals, and they are open to applications from all students at UK schools who will be at least 16 by the first day of the residential. More information can be found on the Access and Outreach pages.

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