Computing Applicant Taster Days
If you are a UK applicant in receipt of an offer for one of our undergraduate courses in Computing, you will be invited to one of our Applicant Taster Days. Attending one of these days is the best way to find out what makes Computing at Birmingham City University special.
Applicant Taster Days are by invitation only.
How it works
1You should have received an email on how to register your place.
2You will need the username and password from the email.
Not received an email?
If you haven’t yet been invited to attend one of our Applicant Taster Days and you have been offered a place to study at Birmingham City University, please let us know.
Dates may change due to availability. Please sign in to receive most up-to-date information.
Even if you've already been to one of our Open Days, the Applicant Taster Day provides you with that extra level of detail to inform your choice.
Applicant Taster Day dates
- Wednesday 6 December 2017
- Wednesday 24 January 2018
- Saturday 3 February 2018
- Wednesday 7 February 2018
- Wednesday 14 February 2018
- Wednesday 21 February 2018
- Wednesday 28 February 2018
- Wednesday 7 March 2018
- Saturday 10 March 2018
- Wednesday 14 March 2018
- Wednesday 21 March 2018
- Wednesday 11 April 2018
- Saturday 21 April 2018
- Wednesday 25 April 2018
- Wednesday 2 May 2018
A short informal interview forms part of the admissions process for BSc (Hons)/MSci Computer Games Technology and BSc (Hons)/MSci Computer Forensics, so attendance at one of these Applicant Taster Days is compulsory for applicants to these courses.
If you are not able to attend an Applicant Taster Day, we may be able to offer you an informal interview by phone with a tutor on your course. You can book this through the Applicant Portal link.
We encourage you to join us at an Applicant Taster Day. University is a big step, and we want you to be sure that you know what to expect when you study with us.
- Get in-depth information about your chosen course
- Learn about the student experience here and the journey your course will take you on
- Explore our campus including the School's cutting-edge facilities
- Talk in person to your future academic tutors
- Chat informally to our current students
- Find out about student finance, support services, accommodation and your application at our Information Hub*
* The Information Hub may be of particular interest to parents and carers, allowing them to source specific information about the University.
You can choose to visit us on a Wednesday afternoon or a Saturday morning or afternoon.
We aim to make these days as informative, interesting and relaxing as possible for you, and are happy for you to bring one parent or guest along too.