Student ambassadors' at an open day

Undergraduate Visiting opportunities

The best way to find out more about our campus and student life is by coming to visit us. There are opportunities throughout the year for prospective students and your parents and carers to come and see us.

Open days

Our 2016 undergraduate open days will take place on the following dates:

  • Saturday 8 October

Find out more about our open days.

Visit Strathclyde

These visits take place throughout the year, giving you a great opportunity to come and sample what life at Strathclyde is all about.

Your visit will include:

  • overview of the University – including information on our undergraduate courses
  • campus tour – led by a current student
  • information about University facilities and the Strathclyde student experience
  • time for questions with our Education Liaison Team

Dates of visits

October

  • Wednesday 19: 2pm to 3.30pm
  • Monday 31: 2pm to 3.30pm

November

  • Wednesday 16: 2pm to 3.30pm
  • Monday 28: 2pm to 3.30pm

December

  • Wednesday 14: 2pm to 3.30pm

Book a place now.

We appreciate that international students may not be able to attend these events. For further information, please visit our international students' section.

Visit at your leisure

The University is open to the public and you’re welcome to explore the campus at your leisure.

Download our self-guided tour 2016, which will help you on your way.

You can also take a virtual campus tour at any time.

Campus Tour Podcast

The Campus Tour Podcast is available in several sections allowing you to choose the parts that most interest you, or you may wish to download all the sections so that you can do a complete tour following the route we have designed for you.

The tour is narrated by some of our current students studying here at the University of Strathclyde.

You can start your tour from anywhere around campus by choosing the chapter which has the building you are closest to as its title. 

Introduction 

A - McCance building 

B - Colville building 

C - John Anderson building 

D - Student Village 

E - John Arbuthnott building 

F - Henry Dyer building 

G - Students Union and Sports Centre 

H - Royal College building 

End of Tour

Please note that departments or student accommodation cannot be accessed on a self-guided tour.

Strathclyde out & about

Our staff attend Higher Education and Careers Conventions across the UK throughout the year. This is a great opportunity for you to find out more about why Strathclyde is a great place to study.

Take a look at the UCAS events we’re attending this year. We look forward to speaking to you!