About our Open Days
Visit our beautiful campuses and explore our world-class facilities at an Open Day.
Attending an on-campus Open Day is the best way to get a real taste of undergraduate student life at Falmouth. This is an informal day that provides a great way to see our world-class facilities, speak to our academic staff and meet our current students.
What to expect
At our Open Days you can expect the following:
- A warm welcome
- A subject introduction and facilities tour with an academic
- A campus tour
- Drop-in sessions for things like student finance and application advice
How to book
Formal registration for this Open Day has not opened.
Open Day arrivals & information
Falmouth University is split between two campuses, approximately four miles apart:
Regular buses run between the two, with a journey time of 20-25 minutes. Before you come to your Open Day, make sure you check which campus you'll need to be at. You can find out which course group is located on each of the campuses below:
Courses on Falmouth Campus:
- Creative Advertising
- English & Creative Writing
- Fine Art
- Graphic Design
- Journalism & Creative Writing
- Marketing Communications
- Media Production
- Sustainable Product Design
Courses on Penryn Campus:
- Costume Design
- Events & Tourism
- Fashion Design
- Fashion Marketing
- Fashion Photography
- Fashion Styling & Art Direction
- Game Development and Art
- Post-Production & Visual Effects
- Television and Film
- Theatre Arts
- Textile Design
Find out how to get here via car or public transport on our How to find us page.
Parking is available on Penryn Campus. Falmouth Campus does not have parking available, and the nearest public car park is Dell Car Park.
Arrive 30 minutes before your first booked session. This will give you enough time to meet our Student Ambassadors and quiz our Future Studies team.
We recommend leaving around 3-4 hours for your Open Day, to make sure you have enough time to explore our campuses and get any questions answered.
Alongside your booked academic session and any drop in sessions you choose to attend, you can explore our campuses at your leisure throughout the day.
Both Falmouth and Penryn campuses have restaurants and cafés serving fresh food, drinks and snacks, as well as beautiful sub-tropical gardens.
If you'd like to explore the local area, Falmouth and Penryn towns have lots of cafés, restaurants, museums, bars, galleries, shops... and of course two beaches and a castle! You can find out more about things to see and do when visiting Falmouth on the Falmouth town website.
Your booking includes spaces for family and friends, you do not need to book for them. Please note if the academic session you’re attending is very busy, only one guest will be able to accompany you. Check our latest information for guests for more information.
If you’d like more detailed information about our courses, how to apply or student finance, we recommend booking on to our virtual events as well as visiting us on campus.
The Falmouth University Travel Fund is designed to support individuals facing financial hardship with visiting the University.
If you're a UK resident and meet our eligibility criteria, we can assist you with the cost of travel to the following events:
- Open Days
- Applicant Days
- On-campus Interviews