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Our Open Days give you and your family a glimpse of Manchester life and attending one is the best way to find out more about the School of Chemistry, quiz us on the details of our courses and meet our staff. You will also have opportunities to talk to current students and academics and find out what they love about working and studying in Chemistry.
Our Open Days are a fantastic opportunity for you to gain a deeper understanding of our cutting-edge research, how it feeds into our teaching, and what you can expect to gain from studying in our School.
For details of the next University Undergraduate Open Day, and other opportunities to visit the University, visit Open Days and Visits.
Programme details are as follows:
Venue: Chemistry Building (61), Theatre G.51
Session 1: 10am – 11am
Session 2: 2pm – 3pm
20 minute tours of the Chemistry laboratories will run from 10.30 am to 3.30 pm. Please visit the booking desk in the Chemistry Building (61) foyer to sign up.
School of Chemistry Admissions Stand, Chemistry Building (61), Foyer, 10am – 3.30pm
Forthcoming Open Days
- Friday 23 June 2017
- Saturday 24 June 2017
- Saturday 30 September 2017
- Saturday 14 October 2017
Please note there is no requirement to register to attend the Open Day in the School of Chemistry, however if you prefer to register to attend the Open Day at the University you will receive the most accurate information in advance of your visit to help you make the most of your day. To register, please complete our registration form.
Visitors with disabilities or special requirements
If you have a long-term health condition and/or a disability which may affect your experience at the Open Day, providing us with details will help us to ensure that your visit to the School is as enjoyable and beneficial as possible. So that we can do this, please let us know in advance by contacting us at:
In addition, please could you let us know if any of the people accompanying you require additional arrangements.
We look forward to meeting you!