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Open Days and Visit Days
Keele holds a number of Open Days each year to give prospective students and their families an opportunity to visit us and learn more about Keele and university life in general.
Mini Visit Days
Keele also holds several Mini Visit Days throughout the year to provide an alternative opportunity to view the campus for those who cannot make one of our Visit or Open Days.
Visit Days for Applicants
All of our Visit Days for 2014 have now taken place. Thank you to all those who attended; we hope you enjoyed your visit to Keele.
Postgraduate Open Days
For specific Postgraduate Open Day information please visit the Faculty pages Faculty of Health, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Natural Sciences. Any Open Day events will be highlighted there. If no events are currently scheduled, please get in touch with the Faculty who may be able to assist you and/or advise of upcoming planned events.
Nursing and Midwifery Open Days
Disability Related Information for Visit/Open Days
We welcome disabled students and disabled guests/visitors. If you require any information on access issues prior to the visit you can contact Disability Services on 01782 734284 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The University has a duty to ensure the safety of all prospective students and guests, and to ascertain whether any visitors have significant mobility or sensory difficulties. If you are registering for a Visit/Open Day and you or a guest has a disability which may impact on access could you help us make the appropriate arrangements by contacting us for a disclosure form. Please email email@example.com or phone 01782 733949/734909 to request a form for further information.
Alternatively you can talk to a Disability Services Adviser located in the Exhibition Suite in the Chancellor's Building on the day of your visit.