Upcoming Open Days
Due to the ongoing situation surrounding Covid-19, we will hold our March Open Days online, bringing Goldsmiths to you. You can access all events on the move or from the safety of your own home. You’ll be able to access content that is relevant to you, as we’ll publish a schedule in advance to help you attend relevant sessions.
For our June 2021 Open Day, we are planning to run the event at Goldsmiths, so you can have the chance to look around the campus and meet us in person. These plans will only go ahead if it is safe for visitors and staff, so we will continue to follow government advice and will move the event online if necessary.
Department of Art Postgraduate Virtual Open Event – 27 January 2021
3pm – 4.30pm
Join the Department of Art during a Virtual Open Event to introduce the MPhil/PhD Art programme at Goldsmiths for students applying for September 2022 entry. The event will provide an introduction to the programme and give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have during the Q&A.
Please note, we are currently not accepting any further applications for entry in September 2021, as we are a very small and highly competitive programme.
To attend the event and please use our booking form.
Ask our students
What happens during a virtual open day
Virtual open days give you the opportunity to speak to academics and have all your questions answered online.
You’ll have the chance to virtually meet the people who will be teaching you throughout the event via talks from different departments. The talks will tell you more about what it’s like to study within a department, provide more information on individual degree programmes, and outline what makes Goldsmiths unique. You’ll also get the opportunity to hear from our student ambassadors to find out about their experiences as a student.
Many of our support teams will be available for you to speak to, from talks from our recruitment team on how to apply, to live sessions with Admissions, Accommodation, Student Support, and Library, helping to cover all your questions.
Once you’ve registered your interest in one of our events, Goldsmiths will send you a link and all of the details to access the virtual Open Day via email.
Please keep an eye on the Open Days page for upcoming events. If you cannot attend a virtual event make sure to contact us to find out how was can help you access the information you need.
Benefits of going to an Open Day
Choosing which university to attend is an important decision, and there are many reasons why attending an Open Day can be a really beneficial part of the process, see some of the key benefits of going to an Open Day below:
- At an Open Day you can browse all departments at Goldsmiths to find out which subject area and degree programme is right for you. You’ll be able to hear from the people that will be teaching you and ask any questions you may have.
- You will be able to get a feel for Goldsmiths through a range of content, currently hosted online by speaking to our departments, support teams and current students.
- Get help and advice from our recruitment team on how to apply, fees and finance (whilst studying and beyond), and what it’s like to live in London as a student.
- Learn more about Goldsmiths history and location from our welcome talk.
- Learn about Goldsmiths’ alumni and their achievements.
- Find out about Accommodation, from our team and students currently living in halls. The team will be able to let you know what Goldsmiths offers in facilities and price, as well as giving advice on finding private accommodation if you prefer.
Art Open Days
If you're interested in studying Art at Goldsmiths, you can attend one of our Art Open Days during the autumn term. During these events you'll get to hear more about our Art degrees, and tour art practice areas and studio space.
Register your interest
Open Days, Evenings and Events are your chance to discover if Goldsmiths is the right place for you.
If you are interested in studying at Goldsmiths in 2021, please register and we will keep you informed about upcoming events.
We are planning a series of events in the coming months for both undergraduate and postgraduate study levels, and we will be updating this page with details when they are finalised.