Cambridge University (Virtual) Open Days

Thursday 2 and Friday 3 July 2020


Coronavirus updates box

31 March - we have today received confirmation that due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the annual Cambridge University Open Days (scheduled for Thursday 2 and Friday 3 July) will not take place as events that you attend in Cambridge. The University is instead working on what we can offer virtually for you to access at home.

Please look at the information on the Cambridge Admissions website and refer back to this page for updates nearer the time. If you would like us to email you once more detailed information is available and we have opened bookings for the Cambridge Virtual Open Days in July, please register your interest.

NB. As it is not now possible to visit Cambridge in July, we are planning some additional opportunities in September. Please see the open days page for more information.

Future Cambridge Open Day dates

If you would like to attend the Cambridge Open Days in the future, it is never too early to put dates in the diary! Future Cambridge open days will take place as follows:

  • Thursday 2 and Friday 3 July 2020 - we are hoping to offer virtual resources for students to access from home.
  • Thursday 8 and Friday 9 July 2021 (booking will open at the end of April 2021)
  • Thursday 7 and Friday 8 July 2022 (booking will open at the end of April 2022)
  • Thursday 6 and Friday 7 July 2023 (booking will open at the end of April 2023)
  • Thursday 4 and Friday 5 July 2024 (booking will open at the end of April 2024)

Undergraduate Admissions / Open Days / Why choose Christ's?

"Christ's is the Goldilocks college in terms of size so you'll never feel overwhelmed with all the students but you can still blend into the background if you want. When everything you need is within a stone's throw of the college, why choose anywhere else?"

Shadab, Natural Sciences student

 "It was great to be able to talk to current students doing your subject in an informal way and I felt really comfortable to ask any questions."

An open day visitor