Getting to know our department will be a pivotal step in your decision to study Global Sustainable Development (GSD) at Warwick.
An open day is a great chance to meet staff and students, find out about our facilities, and get a feel for life at Warwick. You'll be able to book various sessions run by our department, usually including an Overview of GSD and a Taster Session. We also often run drop-in sessions where you can speak to our staff and students.
Warwick holds Open Days in the summer and autumn each year. Our department also holds Offer Holder Open Days to help you make that all-important decision about where to study.
Our Virtual Open Day sessions will be on Wednesday 27 October 2021. These sessions will complement the on-campus events (see below) and are for anyone who is unable to attend our on-campus Open Day in November.
Our in-person Open Day will be on Saturday 6 November 2021. We look forward to seeing you on campus for the first time in two years!
Register your interest to be the first to know when our October and November events are open for booking.
Our June 2020 Virtual Open Days are over but don't worry if you weren't able to make them. You can catch up on our GSD sessions by watching our on-demand content:
- GSD at Warwick: Overview Presentation
- GSD at Warwick: Q&A Session
- GSD at Warwick: Taster Session on Sustainable Transport
You can find out more about Warwick's Open Days here. If you have any questions for us about Open Days, please get in touch: GlobalSustainableDev at warwick dot ac dot uk.
If you apply to study a GSD degree at Warwick and are subsequently made an offer, you may be invited to an Offer Holder Open Day. Our Offer Holder Open Days are designed to help you get to know our department and give you a taste of life as a Warwick student. Booking is by email invitation only.
"Offer-holder days can give you a better feel for the university"
“If you attended an open day, chances are you also attended a few different ones which can quickly get muddled up under the stress of applying to university. Before making your insurance and firm choices, being able to refresh (or even find out) what each university feels like can be another key way to make a choice that is better for you come September.”
Sociology and GSD graduate
Our GSD student ambassadors are enthusiastic and dedicated individuals with a passionate interest in engaging prospective students in the principles of Global Sustainable Development. They'll be available to answer any of your questions about GSD at Warwick during our on-campus and virtual Open Days.