Graphic Design, Illustration
Grand Parade Campus, Brighton
Wednesday 7 November 2012
10am - 5pm
There are five Grand Parade open days, each covering different courses. Please remember that you will need to book your place before attending an open day.
Grand Parade Campus, Brighton
10am, 11.30am, 1pm and 2.30pm
Talks and course tours
At the open day you will be able to attend talks and course tour focusing on your particular subject area of interest.
Subject talks in Sallis Benney Lecture Theatre
These talks will introduce you to the University of Brighton and the Grand Parade campus and will highlight the strengths of the student experience here in Brighton. Academic Programme Leaders will outline specific course content and structure, placement and career opportunities and provide information on admissions criteria and the selection process.
These talks are extremely popular and, in the interest of fairness, tickets will be limited to one guest ticket per student.
Course tours: an opportunity to meet students and staff, visit facilities including studios and workshops and view students’ work. These will follow directly from Sallis Benney Theatre after your talks.
When you book your place, you also choose which subject session to attend. If you wish to attend for more than one subject talk or open day you will need to book for both. Guests are welcome at our open days, but as places are limited we can only allow one guest per student on talks and tours. Each subject session starts in the Sallis Benney Theatre, please arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time in order to register for the day.
Student Funding and Accommodation in Brighton
This session will provide information on the national student funding packages for 2013 entry and the bursary and scholarship opportunities available at Brighton, the different options for student accommodation and the university's allocation policy for halls of residence accommodation for first year students. Places in these sessions will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Ground floor, Room G4
10:45am, 11:45am, 12:45pm, 1:45pm and 2:45pm
Advice desks: money, careers, accommodation, health and wellbeing, study support, the Students’ Union and more.
Tours: view Phoenix halls of residence and St Peter’s House, our specialist art, design and humanities library. Tours leave for the accommodation throughout the day.
Registration is from 09:30am. When you arrive please hand in your confirmation letter at the registration desk in the foyer of our Grand Parade building.
Look out for our current students, wearing blue t-shirts, who will be happy to give directions and answer your questions about living and studying here.
Can’t find your course?
If you can’t find the course you are looking for in this programme you may need to attend an open day on one of our other campuses, or at one of our partner institutions. The University of Brighton offers over 500 courses taught on five campuses and the Faculty of Arts offers the following courses on other campuses:
Alternatively you can call us on 01273 644644, we’re happy to help.
The following local institutions offer a variety of art and design foundation degrees and top-up degrees. Contact them directly to find out more:
City College Brighton and Hove, www.ccb.ac.uk
Sussex Coast College Hastings, www.hastings.ac.uk
Sussex Downs College (Lewes and Eastbourne), www.sussexdowns.ac.uk
You can find a map of the Grand Parade campus at www.brighton.ac.uk/maps/grandparade/
For further information on any of the courses listed above, or on the facilities and events in the Faculty of Arts please visit arts.brighton.ac.uk