Plan your day
We recommend you allow at least four hours for your visit so you can make the most of the Vet School open day.
Read our tips to help you plan your day.
Before the open day
Plan your journey
Make sure you leave plenty of time to get here. Read our advice on travelling to a Vet School open day.
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On the day: Vet School open day, Manor Park
Remember to check in
When you arrive, please head to the Check-in point in the Vet School main building where you need to show your ticket.
Attend your subject talk
Veterinary medicine and science subject talks take place throughout the Vet School open day. You need to book your seat in advance, which you can do when you book your ticket to the Vet School open day. View the Vet School talks programme.
Tour our facilities
Learn more about our Vet School tours and exhibitions.
Explore Manor Park
Manor Park is home to lots of our student accommodation as well as Surrey Sports Park. Find out more about Manor Park open day activities.
On the day: Main University open day, Stag Hill campus
Don't miss the opportunity to visit Stag Hill, our main University campus. You can hop on our free shuttle bus that runs every 15 minutes throughout the event.
Stag Hill is home to our Students’ Union, Library and Learning Centre, shop and cafés, a beautiful lake and lots of our student accommodation.
Talks on offer at Stag Hill include sessions on the UCAS process and student finance, studying and working abroad, and accommodation. See the full talks programme.
Take a campus tour
Our friendly student tour guides will show you around our Stag Hill campus and give you the lowdown on living in Guildford. Tours take between 45 and 60 minutes and leave from the campus tour meeting point on the Piazza. Learn more.
See our accommodation
Learn more about living on campus by touring our rooms, attending a talk and visiting our accommodation exhibition.
Once you’ve finished your Open Day, why not head into Guildford? The shops, sights, bars and cafés are only a short walk from campus, or you could hop on the free shuttle bus and stroll from the station.