Applicant Days

Our Applicant Days are a wonderful way for you to get a taste of what it's like to study at Goldsmiths, and to meet other offer holders.

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Online Applicant Days

Due to the ongoing situation around Covid-19 (coronavirus), we are no longer able to welcome you on campus. We have created a series of bespoke online events for applicants to bring Goldsmiths to you.
 
If you have an offer of a place for this September, see our upcoming events schedule where you can hear from your department at Goldsmiths and get to know more about your course. You will also have the opportunity to hear the experiences of current students from your department.
 
We have several great events scheduled for January, February and April, take a look at the schedule below to find out more about what is happening on each date.
 
You can also visit our Applicant Hub for information on what you need to know ahead of joining us in September.

Thursday 11 March

10am – 12pm – BA History & Journalism, BA History with Anthropology, and BA History with Politics

Find out more about studying at undergraduate level at Goldsmiths during this live Zoom event. During this session you will hear from staff about studying on the following programmes: BA History & Journalism, BA History with Anthropology, and BA History with Politics.

To register your interest use the booking form.

Wednesday 14 April

12 – 1.45pm – Educational Studies, Law and Psychology

Find out about studying at undergraduate level at Goldsmiths in this live Zoom event. You will attend a welcome talk and then split into a breakout room to hear more from your department. This session will include breakout rooms for the following departments: Educational StudiesLaw and Psychology.

To register your interest, use our booking form.

12 – 1.45pm – Design, Theatre & Performance, History of Art and Curating

Find out about studying at undergraduate level at Goldsmiths in this live Zoom event. You will attend a welcome talk and then split into a breakout room to hear more from your department. This session will include breakout rooms for the following departments: DesignTheatre & Performance and Visual Cultures - (BA Curating and BA History of Art).

To register your interest, use our booking form.

3 – 4.45pm – Anthropology, English & Creative Writing, History, Politics & International Relations, Sociology & Criminology and Confucius (Chinese Studies)

Find out what studying at undergraduate level at Goldsmiths is like during this live Zoom event. You will attend a welcome talk and then split into a breakout room to hear more from your department. This session will include breakout rooms for the following departments: AnthropologyEnglish & Creative WritingHistoryPolitics & International RelationsSociology (including Criminology courses) and Confucius (BA (Hons) International Relations & Chinese and BA (Hons) Sociology & Chinese)

To register your interest use the booking form.

3 – 4.45 – Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies

Find out more about studying at undergraduate level at Goldsmiths during this live Zoom event. During this session you will hear from staff about studying Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies.

To register your interest use the booking form.

Thursday 15 April

3pm – 4.45pm – Computing and Economics, Management and Marketing

Find out what studying at undergraduate level at Goldsmiths is like during this live Zoom event. You will attend a welcome talk and then split into a breakout room to hear more from your department. This session will include breakout rooms for the following departments: Computing and the Institute of Management Studies - (BA EconomicsBA Economics with MarketingBA Promotional MediaBSc Economics with EconometricsBSc Management with EconomicsBSc Management with EntrepreneurshipBSc Management with Marketing, and BSc Marketing)

To register your interest use the booking form.

3 – 4.45pm – Arts Management and Media, Communications & Journalism

Find out more about studying at undergraduate level at Goldsmiths during this live Zoom event. You will attend a welcome talk and then split into a breakout room to hear more from your department. This session will include breakout rooms for the following departments: Institute for Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship - (BA Arts Management) and Media, Communications & Cultural Studies (including Journalism courses).

To register your interest use the booking form.

Attend our Next Steps events

If you are an undergraduate student planning on studying at Goldsmiths you can book onto one of our Next Steps sessions that will keep you up to date with what you need to know about joining us in 2021.

You'll gain access to virtual presentations from Admissions, Accommodation, Student Recruitment and Student Support. You will also get the chance to speak to our student ambassadors to find out about their experience of life at Goldsmiths.

Everyone is welcome, whether you are a UK or international applicant.

Find out more and book your place

Postgraduate applicant events

Postgraduate applicant events are slightly different from ones for undergraduates. You'll hear about some of the exciting research work happening across the university in a series of mini TED-style talks by academics from a range of departments in our webinar sessions. 

You'll also be able to chat with representatives from our Graduate School, Careers Service and other support teams, who’ll be able to answer any questions you have about studying with us.

With campus currently closed, we are now running all these events online. Find out more about virtual applicant events for postgraduates.

Welcome to Goldsmiths

Find out what it is like to start your journey at Goldsmiths, and join Hanna, Kristina, and Casey as they move into halls and experience their first week at Goldsmiths. If you want to watch more videos about coming to Goldsmiths you can watch our playlist.