Our campus tours are guided by current students and help to give you an insight into studying at Goldsmiths.
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What happens during a Campus Tour
Current students will meet you and take you to one of our classrooms for a short talk by our professional services staff. They will provide some useful information about Goldsmiths, our courses and alumni, the application process, living in London and accommodation. After the talk, the student ambassadors will take you on a tour of the campus.
Please note that these tours take place during teaching time, so it will not be possible for you to be able to see specialist facilities eg. art studios or meet any academic staff. If you wish to meet staff from Departments and see more of the facilities at Goldsmiths, we recommend you come to an Open Day instead.
Due to the ongoing situation around Covid-19 (coronavirus) across the UK we are postponing Campus Tours. If you had registered interest for a Campus Tour, we will be in touch soon with guidance for future events or alternative arrangements. In the meantime, you can watch our video tours online to experience the campus from home.
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Where do I come for a Campus Tour?
Our guided Campus Tours begin in the reception area of our main building (the Richard Hoggart Building).
What if I can't make it?
If you can't attend a scheduled tour then you can always do a self-guided one. You can plan your route using our self-guided campus tour booklet.
Visit us virtually
As we can't currently welcome you to campus we have created ways you can explore Goldsmiths online:
- Take a look at our Online Campus Tour - we have collated some of the key locations you would visit during our regular tours into a handy virtual version for you to explore.
- If you would like to take a closer look at some of our facilities, you can find out what it's like to study at Goldsmiths with our Virtual Tour. You can explore some of our key facilities via 360-degree images and videos, or experience a Day in the Life as a Goldsmiths student.