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Book your Offer Holder Day

Been invited to an Offer Holder Day?
Book your place now and get the
real Hull experience

How is an Offer Holder Day different to an Open Day?

You might be thinking, “I’ve already been to an Open Day, so why should I come to an Offer Holder Day too?” Here’s why….

This time, it’s all about you getting hands-on with your subject. You’ll get to experience what it’s like to study here day-to-day.

Plus, it’s a rare second chance to do the things you didn’t get around to last time: tour the campus and visit our accommodation, explore The Avenues student quarter and city, or catch the morning welcome talk.

Or maybe you haven’t visited us before and didn’t think you’d get another opportunity to. Now’s your chance.

Our 2024 Offer Holder Days will be taking place on:

  • 14 February
  • 16 March
  • 3 April
  • 27 April

And to make it even easier to get here, we'll chip in up to £125 towards your travel costs too.

For more details about your day, including how to get here and where to park, check out our FAQs.

What you can expect from your Offer Holder Day

Get in-depth insight into your subject

Try hands on taster sessions and activities

Take part in revision and study skills sessions

Visit our on campus accommodation

Take a tour of your department

Speak to academics about your subject

Get help with your student finance application

Explore both subjects of a joint-honours degree

And that’s not all – you’ll also get this at your Offer Holder Day…

Get up to £125 towards your travel costs

We know that travelling to Offer Holder Days can be expensive, so we want to make it easy as possible for you to come and visit us.

That’s why if you’re travelling over 20 miles, we’ll pay some of your travel costs for you.

See how much you could be eligible for.

Grab a free lunch before your subject session

As part of your Offer Holder Day, we'll provide your lunch before your subject session, giving you the chance to have a chat with your academics and future course-mates. It's a great opportunity to get to know each other and ask any initial questions you might have.

Plus, who doesn't love free food?

Can't make it?

Don’t worry, you can still get the Hull experience – we run weekly campus tours, giving you loads of opportunities to explore what we have to offer.

You can also take our 360 degree Virtual Tour from the comfort of your own home any time.

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