The next University of Aberdeen's Science & Engineering Applicant Day will take place on Wednesday 23rd March 2016. The day is specifically designed for applicants who have been made an offer to study a degree at the University of Aberdeen and as a result it is far more focussed than the more general open days applicants may have already attended. Attendees have the opportunity to meet academic staff, visit our departments and participate in interactive sessions for the subjects of their choice. They also have the chance to see the campus during term time, which gives them a genuine feel for what it will be like to study at Aberdeen. As applicants move around campus and attend talks or visit departments, they mix with students going about their daily lives on campus. They've already made the choice of making a difference with an Aberdeen degree and we're sure our guest will too as they find out more about studying at the University of Aberdeen!
"I feel that the University of Aberdeen is one of the most welcoming Universities, and I really enjoyed my day there. The facilities provided within the departments were incredible. The campus is amazing and I am very much looking forward to studying there.”
(Attendee at 2015 Applicant Day)
You can explore more about the day by accessing the links on the left, including a full programme, and details for the evening reception.
We look forward to seeing you.
Watch recordings of some of the talks delivered during the 2015 event.
The Programme for 2016 is currently being finalised. In the meantime you can get a taste of the day by viewing the 2015 programme.
Find out how to get to the applicant day.
The University of Aberdeen may wish to use photographs, video footage or audio recordings of applicants and visitors attending the event.These images, footage or recordings may be made publicly available in any University media including print copies, University website (www.abdn.ac.uk) and social media pages, may also be made available to the national press, other news or industry media (both print and web) for the purposes of communicating this event and the work of the University in general. If you would not like to have your photograph taken, be filmed or recorded, please let a member of staff know at the event.