Following the changes in the government guidance, we’re now able to welcome prospective students back onto campus for a look at our facilities.
We know that seeing where you’ll be studying is an important factor in decision making for many students, so we’re happy to be able to give you an opportunity to see our great teaching spaces and facilities with a tour led by our student ambassadors.
At the moment, tours are available for students who currently hold an offer to study with us in September 2021 – we hope to to open this up to all prospective students later in the year.
When you visit our campuses
As we continue to follow social distancing and other guidelines as set out by the UK Government, the tour will take a pre-defined one-way route around the campus to not only provide a good overall insight of our campus but help us with maintaining social distancing. We will include areas specific to your course except where this is not possible.
All tour groups are limited to a maximum of six people, and you may bring up to one additional person providing they are in your household or support bubble - they must also be booked in advance.
All attendees will be required to wear a face covering during indoor sections of the tour, use hand sanitizers stationed around the site and maintain a safe distance.
You can view our short safety video on how we are keeping you safe when you visit.
We strongly encourage all guests to get a test before arriving on campus as this will ensure the safety of all people when on site. Details on how to get a rapid lateral flow test in your local community can be found on GOV.UK.
Booking a campus tour
Our campus tours must be booked in advance. All bookings are made subject to UK Government guidance at the time of them taking place. Should we need to postpone a tour owing to government restrictions we’ll seek to reschedule at the earliest possible opportunity. By registering for a tour, your name and phone number/email address may be used for COVID-19 contact tracing purposes.
- Wednesday 7 July – Harrow Campus
- Thursday 8 July – Marylebone Campus
- Wednesday 14 July – Cavendish Campus
- Thursday 15 July – Regent Campus
- The sessions run between 11am–2pm, please keep to your allotted timing as we cannot guarantee a place if you turn up earlier.
- We may not be able to guarantee that the student ambassador showing you around will be studying the course you have applied to.
There are some refurbishment works taking place so we may not be able to show some of the teaching spaces related to your course. Unfortunately, we’re unable to show you our student accommodation during your visit - you can view our accommodation on our Accommodation pages. However, we do hope your visit will at least give you a taste of what life is like for students at Westminster.