Subject-specific taster days
Taster days are aimed at students who are studying towards a level 3 qualification, giving them the chance to try out a variety of subjects and to experience what studying at university will involve.
STEM taster day
Our annual STEM taster day is a chance for Year 12 students who are studying a STEM subject to come and experience what it would be like to study at the University of Bristol. The subjects typically offered include: Chemical Sciences, Computer Science & Electrical Engineering, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Life Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, and Physical Sciences.
Booking for our Taster Day on 25 April 2019 is now closed.
To register your interest in our next STEM taster day in 2020, please fill in the form below.
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Life Sciences taster days
Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th June 2019.
The days are designed to give sixth-form students a taste of undergraduate teaching as well as some practical laboratory experience, with a variety of sessions from each of the five subject areas; Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience, Experimental Psychology and Biological Sciences.
For more information pleaser visit the Life Sciences taster days page
Politics and Economics taster day
Friday 26 April 2019.
The event is open to year 12 students who are currently studying towards A-levels or equivalent at a non-fee-paying school and are interested in a degree in Politics, Economics, or a related discipline. Please fill out the form below by Monday 1 April to register for a place.
The will take place between 11 am and 3.45 pm on 26 April at the University of Bristol main campus.
Unfortunately, there are not enough places available for parents/carers to accompany students to this event. Students must attend this event as an individual, taking responsibility for their own health and safety throughout and organising travel to and from the event. You must obtain all necessary permissions and consent to attend from your school or college and parent(s)/carer(s) as appropriate.
There will be a choice of academic taster sessions available and a session designed to hone your personal statement writing skills specifically for economics and politics degrees.
You can find details of all undergraduate courses available at the University, including full entry requirements, by visiting our course finder.