November Open Day

November 26, 2022

10:00 am

University for the Creative Arts
UCA Canterbury, New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3AN

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What to expect
Getting there

What to expect

There will be plenty going on at the open day in Canterbury for you to get involved in. Attending an introductory talk is a must, to get a formal welcome from UCA staff and get a feel for what the university is like - including their values and vision for you as a prospective student. There's an introductory talk at 10am and one at 12pm to allow flexibility in planning your day. There will also be subject-specific talks throughout the day, so make sure you attend at least one of these, too. If you're interested in more than one course, take a look at the full schedule for the day. Some talks might be repeated but some subjects might clash, so make a plan ahead of time and maybe even bring someone with you so you can split up and attend clashing talks! Aside from the talks, you'll be able to tour the campus and ask staff or student reps any questions you might have.

View the schedule here → https://uca.assetbank-server.com/assetbank-uca/assetfile/55811.pdf

Things to explore

In between talks, make sure to take a tour around the campus and the specialist facilities for your chosen subject, to see what studying and creating at UCA Canterbury is like. Check out the social facilities and accommodation options too. Don't forget to explore Canterbury town, to get a feel of what life will be like outside of uni.

Getting there

By road

You’ll find the Canterbury campus on the outskirts of the city’s ancient walls - use CT1 3AN on you sat nav. When you arrive, bear right into the university car park. We have limited parking here - if you have special requirements (i.e you’re a blue badge holder), call the campus +44(0)1227 817 302 to arrange your visit. We recommend that you use the Park and Ride car park on New Dover Road (postcode CT1 3EJ). The bus journey to the campus is about 5 minutes, let the driver know where you are going and they will let you know the right stop. For more information about all the car parks available, visit the Canterbury City Council website

By rail

Services run from London Victoria to Canterbury East, or you can depart from London St. Pancras International or London Waterloo East to Canterbury West, changing to Ashford International if necessary. Each station is a walk or short taxi ride from campus. Find out more about services on the National Rail website. Eurostar passengers can get off the train at Ashford International in Kent. This station has direct rail links to Canterbury.

By air

It takes between one and two hours to drive from London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports to any of UCA’s campuses. The same journeys take between two and three hours by train. There are rail and coach connections from all airports via central London to all our campuses.

By sea

The English Channel ferry crossing arrives at Dover and the Eurotunnel at Folkestone. Dover and Folkestone are both less than 30 minutes from Canterbury.

November Open Day

November 26, 2022

10:00

Register
University for the Creative Arts
UCA Canterbury, New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3AN
What to expect
Getting there

What to expect

There will be plenty going on at the open day in Canterbury for you to get involved in. Attending an introductory talk is a must, to get a formal welcome from UCA staff and get a feel for what the university is like - including their values and vision for you as a prospective student. There's an introductory talk at 10am and one at 12pm to allow flexibility in planning your day. There will also be subject-specific talks throughout the day, so make sure you attend at least one of these, too. If you're interested in more than one course, take a look at the full schedule for the day. Some talks might be repeated but some subjects might clash, so make a plan ahead of time and maybe even bring someone with you so you can split up and attend clashing talks! Aside from the talks, you'll be able to tour the campus and ask staff or student reps any questions you might have.

View the schedule here → https://uca.assetbank-server.com/assetbank-uca/assetfile/55811.pdf

Things to explore

In between talks, make sure to take a tour around the campus and the specialist facilities for your chosen subject, to see what studying and creating at UCA Canterbury is like. Check out the social facilities and accommodation options too. Don't forget to explore Canterbury town, to get a feel of what life will be like outside of uni.

Getting there

By road

You’ll find the Canterbury campus on the outskirts of the city’s ancient walls - use CT1 3AN on you sat nav. When you arrive, bear right into the university car park. We have limited parking here - if you have special requirements (i.e you’re a blue badge holder), call the campus +44(0)1227 817 302 to arrange your visit. We recommend that you use the Park and Ride car park on New Dover Road (postcode CT1 3EJ). The bus journey to the campus is about 5 minutes, let the driver know where you are going and they will let you know the right stop. For more information about all the car parks available, visit the Canterbury City Council website

By rail

Services run from London Victoria to Canterbury East, or you can depart from London St. Pancras International or London Waterloo East to Canterbury West, changing to Ashford International if necessary. Each station is a walk or short taxi ride from campus. Find out more about services on the National Rail website. Eurostar passengers can get off the train at Ashford International in Kent. This station has direct rail links to Canterbury.

By air

It takes between one and two hours to drive from London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports to any of UCA’s campuses. The same journeys take between two and three hours by train. There are rail and coach connections from all airports via central London to all our campuses.

By sea

The English Channel ferry crossing arrives at Dover and the Eurotunnel at Folkestone. Dover and Folkestone are both less than 30 minutes from Canterbury.

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