Campus tours are an opportunity for visitors to see and get a feel for our Stag Hill campus. Tours are guided by current students who can answer questions about student life and their experiences of studying at the University of Surrey.
Attend a campus tour
About our guided campus tours
Campus tours offer an introduction to the University and an opportunity to see the campus. You will also have a chance to speak with current students and admissions staff to find out more about studying at Surrey. Depending on availability, there may be a chance to view some of the student accommodation we offer.
- Duration: Tours last around 1.5 hours
- When: Wednesdays and Fridays
- Time: 1pm
- Book your place
Other ways to see the campus
If you are unable to attend a campus tour, there are other ways in which to get a feel for the campus.
If you are an international student and you are arranging a visit to the UK but will not be able to make one of the Wednesday tours, we may be able to organise an individual tour with one of our student ambassadors.
Please contact email@example.com no more than one month beforehand with the dates and preferred times, and we will try our best to arrange a tour that suits your needs.
Our Wednesday campus tours don’t include visits to specific departments. If you have not been invited to an applicant day and wish to visit a department, see specific facilities on campus or talk to a member of staff about a course you are interested in, our admissions team may be able to arrange this for you. For more information, please contact our admissions team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Self-guided campus tours
Our self-guided campus tour will enable you to take yourself around campus.
You can download the self-guided tour (PDF) or get a printed copy of the brochure from reception on the ground floor of Senate House, Monday to Friday between 8:30am and 5:30pm.
It is advisable to follow the tour between 9am and 5pm when most University facilities will be open for you to see. You will not be able to see inside a student study-bedroom on this tour.