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Make sure you bring a copy of your personal itinerary that you will create when booking is open - either printed or on a smartphone. This will be your timetable for the day. Show it to a member of staff to register your attendance and check
where you need to go when you arrive.
If you are going to print your itinerary, we recommend you do so no sooner than one week before the open day. This is because the locations for different sessions may change and you need to bring the most up to date version of your itinerary.
After registering for the Open Day you will receive a confirmation email followed by an Open Day guide in the post nearer to the event. This guide will give you a general overview of the day as well as directions to the university including
car parking locations. It will also serve as your free bus pass for you and your guests for the day. If you do not receive the guide in the post, you will be able to download it from the Open Day webpages closer to the time.
We'll also be in touch via email closer to the time with some reminders about making the most of your day.
You can find information about travelling to each of our campuses on our
travel and parking
pages. Oxford is a well connected city by car, train and coach and members of staff will be present at Oxford Railway Station and our recommended carparks across the city to help you get to the campuses you are visiting.
Travel on the BROOKESbus service is free for all members of your party by showing the driver a copy of the Open Day guide, whether in print or on a smartphone. This will be sent to you in the post closer to the time of the event.
We provide a free BROOKESbus service for you and your guests on the day. You just need to show the driver a copy of your Open Day guide, either a printed copy or on a smartphone. You will receive the Open Day guide in the posts closer to the event
- if you do not receive one in the post, you will be able to download one.
Some of our halls of residence will be open to look round on the day to see where you could call home at Oxford Brookes. You do not have to book to view accommodation in advance, just ask a Student Ambassador or member of staff on the day. You can
also visit accommodation teams in the Information Zones on all three campuses for advice on choosing halls and to pick up a map of where our open halls are located.
More information can be found on our
What's on page.