Business School Taster Day Business School

Saturday 21 February 2015

We believe that the best way to decide where to study next is by talking to the people who teach you and the students who are studying here already. It's important to experience what it is like to be a student here before you decide where to study.

Each Taster Day follows a similar format and provides a variety of activities, where you can:

  • Speak to lecturers, who will be teaching you in your subject area of interest
  • Ask current students questions directly and find out about student life
  • Interact with fellow applicants through ice-breaker activities
  • Find out more about subjects, course assessments and how we teach you
  • Get involved in subject related activities
  • Separate talks are run especially for parents/guardians
  • Opportunity to explore our beautiful university buildings as well as the rest of historic Greenwich with it's park, museums, cafes and market. Don't forget your camera!

Plan your day

University wide open days

Some of the Taster Days take place on the same day as our university wide Open Day. You are very welcome to join the other events and talks which will be arranged for the Open Day, from 10.00am onwards.

View our guide to Getting the Best out of an Open Day, which includes information to help you plan your visit, frequently asked questions and details about what to see and do.

Enter our competition

Block-buster filming on Greenwich campus again! Enter our prize draw for a chance to win a double Nando's Full Platter voucher! During your Taster day visit on 21 February, simply share on Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter your photo on campus and add #uniofgreenwich #ilovenandos. Terms and conditions apply


Registration: 13:30

Event starts: 14:00 prompt

Event ends:17:00


Queen Anne Building, Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, London SE10 9LS

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Contact us

For further information, please contact the Business School Events team, e-mail or
call 020 8331 8093.