Open Days and Virtual Open Days
Open days and virtual open days are the best way to find out more about the courses we offer and get a feel for what life is like at AECC University College. Find out more about our campus and facilities, talk to course leaders and chat with current students. If you're not able to make one of these we also offer campus tours which last around 60-minutes and give you a general overview of our key facilities. Book your place by registering using the links below for undergraduate (studying for a bachelor's degree) or postgraduate (already have a degree) courses.
Our open events are a great way to find out more about studying at AECC University College.
You will have the opportunity to meet with academics, find out more about the courses we have to offer and ask any questions you may have.
At our Open Days, as well as course staff and student ambassadors, you'll also hear from our support staff, who can talk you through key aspects of applying to study with us - such as the admissions process, student finance and Student Services support.
Tailor your visit
For more information about the day itself, head over to our 'Planning Your Day' page, where you can make a note of key talks or facilities you wish to attend in advance, helping you get the most out of your visit.
Watch a video from our student ambassadors
We asked Mollie and Caroline, two of our Student Ambassadors to explore the university and take you on a tour so that you can discover more.
Should you have any questions around our open events please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Open day feedback
I had a very enjoyable day with friendly staff and students. There was lots of information given and the campus is a lovely environment.
I had a great day! I was very impressed with the gluten free meal choice on offer.
Coming to an open day confirmed that this is exactly what I want to do. It has driven and inspired me to reach my goal of studying here.
Coming to an open day confirmed that this is exactly what I want to do.
Tailor your open day experience to suit your needs. Our open day programme will give you the details of talks and demonstrations taking place all over our campus. We'll also point out some key areas which you should visit depending on your course interest.
We'll send you the open day programme a week before your visit, but in case you wish to get organised and plan ahead, you can view our 'planning your open day visit' page.
No matter what stage of your application journey you are at, attending an open day will allow you to get a real sense of what we have to offer.PLAN YOUR OPEN DAY VISIT
Can't make it to one of our open day dates? You can always email us and we'll be happy to arrange a personalised tour at another time which suits you best.
The day is set up as a ‘drop in’ format, which gives you the opportunity to shape your visit to suit you.
The campus will be open from 10.00 and closing 16.00. We recommend latest arrivals by 13.00 so this gives you enough time to see and hear about campus life at the AECC University College.
If you, or any member of your party have special requirements that arise as a result of a disability, medical condition or specific learning difficulty, please contact us at email@example.com so that appropriate arrangements can be made prior to your visit.
Subject talks usually take 45 - 60 minutes.
Yes, our team of Student Ambassadors will be on hand during the day to ensure you get the most out of your visit and can provide an insight into student life at the AECC University College.
Yes, staff from our Registry team will be on hand and able to help you with any questions you have.
There is ample parking onsite in car park 1 and on the roads surrounding the University College during the open day.
You can make the most of the great transport links around Bournemouth which make the AECC University College easy to get to. Southampton: Just under an hour by car, and half an hour by train. London: Trains are available from the North to London. From London Waterloo there is a direct train to Bournemouth where you can depart and take a 20 minute bus journey to the campus. There is also the option to take the stopping train from London Waterloo and depart at Pokesdown, which is a 10 minute walk from the campus. If you’re traveling from afar and wish to find accommodation, Bournemouth has plenty of hotels and B&Bs. More information about how to find us and where you can stay is available on this page.