Come and pay us a visit
This year's timetable
Below, see a typical example of an Open Day.
Tours and refreshments throughout
- 11.00–12.00: Admissions talk by our Senior Access Officer, Marrium Khan, with a welcome from the Principal, Alan Rusbridger
- 12.00–12.55: Meet the tutors* OR talk for parents and carers
- 13.00-14.00: Free hot lunch
- 15.00-15.45: Observe a Mock Interview (in PPE on the 20th)
- 17.00-18.00: Get a scoop on LMH: G&D’s Ice Cream and Tea
*Some of our tutors will also be running sessions in their departments, so if you express an interest in one of our courses, we will provide you with further information regarding additional subject activities provided by our tutors.
What do I need to do in order to attend?
The Open Days are designed so that they can easily be enjoyed on a drop-in basis. At LMH, we provide those of you who are planning your day in advance the opportunity to book our talks and tutor sessions, and a free lunch, so that you know for certain space won't run out. You can book here:
20th September 2019
However, if you haven't booked, don't worry. There will be a warm welcome for everyone who is able to attend on the day. We stay open until 6pm, an hour later than the other colleges, so if you have a big tour planned, LMH is an ideal last stop.
What if I have any special requirements?
We aim to make your visit to LMH as easy and enjoyable as possible. If you have any special requests, for example concerning mobility or access, please do email Marrium or telephone on 01865 284203 to discuss your requirements.
Can I stay at LMH?
We have a limited amount of accommodation available for Open Day visitors wishing to stay overnight. You can book into our B&B accommodation on the link below. If you would like advice as to where you can stay, please feel free to contact Marrium on firstname.lastname@example.org
Typical sessions at the Open Days
In 2019 we are holding two Demonstration Interviews with tutors in English and PPE.
Pictured, Prof Helen Barr analyses a poem with student Chloe. This is a typical exercise in one of the interviews you can have as an English student, although this poem would not usually be used. You can watch highlights of the session on YouTube here.
Prof Christina Kuhn held an Ancient Rome taster study session for 8 lucky students during the July 2019 Open Days. Students used the virtual reality headsets that Prof Kuhn has been commended for in her teaching, to explore the Colosseum and see how it was built, amongst other things.