Love physics, astronomy or space? Want to explore your options for part-time or full-time university study? The School of Physical Sciences (SPS) is hosting its Open Day for current and prospective postgraduate and undergraduate students – a perfect introduction to Physical Sciences at the OU.
Top reasons to visit:
- See exactly what you could be studying and learn more about the student journey and career prospects
- Got a burning question? Get one-to-one guidance from our academics, tutors and current students
- Get hands-on with a range of laboratory equipment at the cutting edge of science, and discover why our amazing interactive online experiments set us apart from other universities
- Take a behind-the-scenes tour of one of the world’s largest universities, and meet the scientists and staff that support your learning experience
There will be demonstrations, hands-on OpenSTEM Lab activities, laboratory tours, and lectures throughout the afternoon. You will have the opportunity to learn about how studying with the OU works, discuss the next steps in your studies, and experience the latest research driving our science curriculum.
Support the launch of Robotic Telescopes
This year, the Open Day includes the launch of our new robotic and remotely-controlled telescopes, COAST and PIRATE, based on the island of Tenerife. As a student of astronomy and space sciences at the OU, you will be operating these incredible facilities as part of your studies.
You have the choice of attending any combination of the following sessions:
Early session: 13:00 to 15:00
Telescope Inauguration: 15:00 to 16:00
Late session: 16:00 to 18:00
For tickets, visit the Eventbrite site HERE.