Open Day Saturday October 6th.

Visit our historic School, learn more about our degrees, see our fantastic facilities and meet our students and staff, before you apply.


All the Open Day presentations, talks and tours will be held within the School of Healthcare in the historic Baines wing, the heart of the University of Leeds. We're just through the  main archway entrance to the left of the University white clock tower and next to the Great Hall.

Register for the Open day to receive details and Open Day planner

Coming to the talks?

The talks will provide detailed information about our degree courses, including how they are delivered, what is expected of our students and how we help them to reach their potential.

  • You will also get advice on how to apply for our degree courses and what we will be looking for on your UCAS application.
  • You will be able to ask our current students questions about their degree programmes. 
  • You can get advice on how to prepare for university and how to survive as university student.

Open Day schedule 

Midwifery (Talk)

1000 - 1045 1200 - 1245


Nursing -Adult (Talk)

1100 - 1145 1300 - 1345
1400 - 1445


Nursing - Mental Health (Talk)

1100 - 1145 1300 - 1345

Room 3.07 BAINES

Social work (Talk)

1000 - 1045 1200 - 1245

Room 3.06 BAINES

Nursing (Child) (Talk)

1100 - 1145 1300 - 1345

Room 3.06 BAINES

Nursing, (Adult, Child, Mental Health, Midwifery & Social work (Drop-in)

0930 - 1530

Room 3.19 BAINES

Parents' lounge (Drop-in)

0930 - 1530

Baines Wing, 3rd floor Lounge

Clinical Skills tours every half hour. Maximum 20 per tour

1000 - 1500

Clinical skills facilities Baines Wing

Coming to the Drop-ins?

Staff and current students from all our degree courses will be available on the third floor of Baines Wing to chat with you and address any questions you may have. You can also pick up additional information to take away with you.

Don’t be afraid to ask

Open days are an ideal opportunity for you to get as much information as possible to help you make an informed decision about what you want to study and where. You may want to think about the following:

  • How do I apply? What is the entry criteria?
  • How is the degree course delivered?
  • Where are the placements?
  • What is the balance of theory and placements?
  • What assessment methods are used?
  • What student support is available?
  • Holidays?
  • Financial considerations?

We look forward to seeing you!


Baines Wing,