When are the next Open Days?
All in-person outreach activities and events have been moved online (or cancelled where online delivery is not possible) until at least September 2021. This position will be regularly reviewed and updates posted here as well as on event web pages.
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 couple of 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:
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?
The College is currently closed to visitors due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
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.