Virtual Open Day

Virtual Open Day


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Join staff from the Graduate School on a Virtual Open Day to find out more about studying on one of our postgraduate courses. Sessions last roughly an hour and a half and will include an introduction to CAT and our courses and give you the chance to ask any questions you might have about studying with us.

Our Virtual Open Days are a virtual alternative to our Open Day and we have chosen the most important parts of our onsite Open Days to show in our online sessions. Given the current Covid-19 situation and government advice, CAT is currently closed to visitors but we look forward to welcoming you onsite when we reopen.

We are also running free public webinars which include sessions run by Graduate School lecturers. These usually fill up quickly so do sign up early to join them live. We also record these webinars and have made past webinars available to catch up on. 

If you have any questions or need any further information do give us a ring on 01654 705953 or email study@cat.org.uk

Upcoming Virtual Open Days

We currently have no upcoming Virtual Open Days so if you’d like to find out more about our courses and studying with us get in touch with our team as we may be able to send you a recording of our latest Virtual Open Day.

Our MSc courses are also now closed to new applications for September 2020 and are currently operating on a waitlist basis. 

We are still accepting applications for our MArch Sustainable Architecture Part 2 course until 21 August 2020. This course is popular, and subject to applicants meeting the admissions criteria is offered on a first come, first served basis so we recommend applying as soon as possible. 

If you’re interested in applying for September 2021 then we should restart live Virtual Open Days in the Autumn and will release new dates through our monthly Graduate School e-news. 

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