Here you can find further information about what to expect on the day, including subject talks/drop-in sessions, support services and virtual tour. You will also be able to talk to academics, support staff and student ambassadors through UniBuddy or online chat if you have any questions during the event.
You will receive a link to the programme page for your open event via the email address provide when you register.
If you have any further questions, please get in touch.
We will have talks or drop-in sessions available for the following subjects (may vary by event).
Our academics will be able to answer any questions you have for them via the live chat function during any of the talks.
Click here for information on using the virtual classroom.
School of Engineering, Arts, Science and Technology
Digital Film Production
Computing (Data Science and Artificial Intelligence / Cyber Security / Network Engineering / Software Engineering / Web and Mobile Development)
Nutrition and Human Health
Wildlife, Ecology and Conservation Science
School of Health and Sport Science
Mental Health Nursing
Sport Performance Analysis
Sport and Exercise Science
Exercise Prescription and Public Health
School of Social Sciences and Humanities
Childhood (Early Childhood Studies / Early and Primary Education Studies / Special Educational Needs and Disability Studies)
Early Years Practice / Early Learning
English Literature with Creative Writing
English Literature with Language
Suffolk Business School
Suffolk Business School (All courses)
(This includes Business Management/Accounting and Financial Management/Event and Tourism Management/Event and Marketing Management/Marketing)
Suffolk New College
Our support teams and student ambassadors will also be available to answer any questions you have via our online chat and Unibuddy.
The following teams will be available on our online chat throughout the virtual event to answer questions you may have on the day:
- Admissions – for queries relating to making an application, academic entry requirements, application updates
- Disability and Wellbeing
- Library and Learning Services
To access online chat, visit any page on our website and click on the ‘Chat live with us’ icon in the bottom right of your screen.
If you didn’t get a chance to ask your questions during your live subject talk, our academic staff will be available on UniBuddy during and after the event. Just send them a message and they will respond directly to you as soon as they can. The normal response times are between 24-48 hours and you will receive an email and text message (if you supply your mobile number) to notify you when you receive a reply.
Our student ambassadors will also be available to answer any questions you have about student life or what it is like to study at Suffolk. We have a selection of ambassadors from a variety of course areas.