Visiting Lancaster University Management School
If you’re thinking about applying to Lancaster, why not visit the campus and find out about our range of business and management degrees?
Annual Open Days
To help you make your UCAS choices, we hold a series of open days. The programme allows you and your family to see what the Lancaster campus has to offer and to talk in detail to staff and students from the Management School and other departments.
At other times of the year, you can also find out what living and studying at Lancaster University is like by booking on to a campus tour. The tours are organised once or twice a month, from February through to July. Find out more, and book online.
Management School Applicant Visit Days
If you are offered a place on one of our undergraduate degree programmes, you’ll receive an invitation to attend an Applicant Visit Day. At these events, you’ll be able to talk to course tutors and current students and gain more in-depth information regarding the specifics of your programme of interest.
The Applicant Visit Days normally take place in February and March and you will receive full information about how to book your place.
Can't get to one of our events?
You can visit the University informally at any time. Bear in mind, however, that it is not possible to visit the School and speak to an admissions tutor except by prior arrangement. To arrange a visit, email LUMS reception.
Schools are welcome to arrange visits to the University throughout the year, and the University's Schools and Colleges Liaison Office can devise a programme tailored to your specific requirements. To find out more, see their schools visits page.