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Cambridge University Library

 

Virtual Open Days at the University of Cambridge run between 5-18 July 2021, and offer lots of opportunities to discover how our libraries support students.  

The July Virtual Open Days are aimed at prospective applicants in Year 12 (or equivalent) and prospective mature applicants (aged 21 or over), together with any parents or supporters. Attendees have the opportunity to explore our University and Colleges virtually and get an insight into what it is like to be a student at the University of Cambridge.

Full details of the programme and how to register to attend events can be found on the Virtual Open Days pages on the University website. 

Discover our libraries

We are proud to take part in the Open Days. Explore our libraries in the following ways:

Do you have any questions after your virtual tour? Librarians from the University's libraries will be on hand to answer any queries on our instant LibChat service on 6-9 and 12-16 July, 10:00-16:00.

 

 

 

Faculty & Departmental Libraries

Discover how the libraries in Faculties and Departments support learning in your subject area in our LibGuides. Search the guides by subject to discover resources and guidance tailored to each discipline.   

Accessibility & Disability

Do you have any questions about the accessibility of Cambridge libraries’ spaces and resources? Are you disabled and would you like to find out how the libraries might support you if you came to study here? The Cambridge libraries: accessibility & disability LibGuide is a good starting point. The Libraries Accessibility Service is also available to chat with prospective students. Please email us with your questions or to arrange to meet virtually.

You might also want to check out this Virtual Open Day for Disabled Students which provides an insight into life at Cambridge.