University of Essex Postgraduate Open Day

Join our postgraduate community. Discover what we can offer you.

Essex is full of opportunities. As a postgraduate student you’ll receive access to our full range of facilities, support and advice, and will have the chance to immerse yourself in our research community right from the start.

From our extensive library collections, to informal social spaces, our unique environment and award-winning services will enhance your time at Essex. Whatever your subject, whatever your passion, we’ve got what it takes to make your time with us a memorable and life-changing experience.

Come along to our Postgraduate Open Evening on Wednesday 18 March 2020. Just visit our website and use the form to book yourself on. The venue opens at 4pm.

We’re really looking forward to welcoming you! When you arrive, you’ll meet some of our staff and students, and discover what it means to be part of our global community. You'll also have the chance to explore our Colchester Campus and take a guided tour with one of our lovely student ambassadors.

University of Essex Postgraduate Open Day

We have a wide range of courses to study at Essex, from Masters to PhDs, so get yourself booked onto our Open Evening in March to discover some of the opportunities that will be available to you as a postgraduate student.

Professor Sanja Bahun, our Dean of Postgraduate Research and Education, will give an introductory talk, and there will be opportunities to speak to academics and student services. Just make sure you have some great questions prepped in advance!

We're open from 4-7pm and are based in the Ivor Crewe Lecture Hall at our Colchester Campus. Refreshments will be provided during the evening but if you’re feeling adventurous, check out one of our many on-campus bars and restaurants and get a flavour of our nightlife.

University of Essex Postgraduate Open Day

Use the form on our website to book, then just come along during the evening and we'll check you in when you arrive.

Parking will be free, so if you're travelling by car, aim to park in our Valley Car Park on the south-side of campus, which is very close to our Ivor Crewe Lecture Hall. We also have excellent local bus routes onto campus, and two train stations nearby at Hythe (Essex) and Wivenhoe. Check out our web page about how to get to our Colchester Campus.

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