GIS Master’s Open Days

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GIS Master's Drop in Session
  • Location: UCFB Wembley
  • Commences: 2:00PM
  • Availability: Places Available

This event provides opportunity to meet our Future Students Team and understand more about GIS, the student support services available and our world-class facilities. Academic staff (Programme Leaders & Lecturers) will not be available at this event; however, we will be able to tell you more about our exciting degree portfolio.

COVID-19: UCFB and GIS is following the UK government’s guidance on coronavirus closely to ensure all students, staff and prospective students remain safe and well.

In the event of an open day being cancelled or postponed, due to a change in government guidelines, UCFB will not be responsible for any costs incurred in your booking, including travel and accommodation.

Please keep checking this page for the most up-to-date announcements.

Please note that to attend an on campus GIS Open Day all attendees (prospective students and all guests) must bring photo ID on the day. Without this, you may be refused entry to the stadium, due to stadium security policy. Thank you for your understanding.

If you are unable to attend any of the above dates or would like to request more information, please call our Student Recruitment & Admissions team on 03330603538contact us here or take a look at our upcoming Webinars.
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