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Offer holder days 2024

Congratulations on your offer! Join us at an offer holder day to find out more about why UoG is right for you.

Book your place

Saturday 16 and Saturday 23 March
from 10am

Select your course from the list below to book your place.


Offer holder days are your opportunity to experience life as a student, find out more about UoG, take part in a course taster session, meet future classmates, and explore campuses and accommodation.

You can bring up to two guests and there’ll be a Q&A session specifically for them while you’re in your course session.

Even if you’ve been to an open day, an offer holder day is definitely still for you. It’s a more immersive experience tailored specifically to your course, so you’ll leave with a real taste of what’s to come if you choose to study here.

Students talking to visitors on Open Day

Upgrade your offer

By attending an offer holder day, you’ll have the opportunity to upgrade your conditional offer to make it unconditional. Find out more on the day. To accept your offer, head to the UCAS Hub and make your firm and insurance choices.

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UoG Career Promise

If you’re not in a job 6 months after graduating, we’ll guarantee 6 months of free support, a paid internship* and lifetime career coaching.

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UoG Accommodation Promise

We guarantee our first year students accommodation on, or near, the campus you’re studying at.

Graduates sat at tables on the panel for Music and Sound networking event with UK Music.

UoG Connections Promise

With over 4,000 placements, internship opportunities and over 60 societies to join – we have the connections to meet your ambitions.

*terms apply, view eligibility criteria

“As soon as I stepped onto campus, I just knew that this was where I was going to study. Everyone made me feel so welcome and I just felt at home! I remember the course intro talk for Criminology and Dr Jon Hobson just amazed me – his passion for the social sciences was clear and it made me want to study here even more.”

Lauren Marshall BSc (Hons) Criminology student