We’re delighted to welcome you to Norland at our next open day on Saturday 8 October 2022, 9.30am-4pm.

We know just how important attending an open day is in your decision to study at Norland. A Norland open day provides the perfect opportunity to visit our campus and to speak to our current students, graduates and staff about all aspects of our award-winning early years degree and integrated Norland diploma.

When you book, you’ll be asked to select a preferred time slot for your presentation which will be led by Principal Dr Janet Rose and Vice Principal Mandy Edmond, who will be accompanied by a current Norland student and a fully qualified graduate, known as a Norlander or Norland Nanny. The presentation will last approximately an hour and 15 minutes.

You’ll also be able to explore our Oldfield Park campus and speak to current students and staff from a range of departments, including the academic team, placements, student support, admissions, accommodation, finance and the Norland Agency. You should allow yourself about two and half hours at Norland to attend the presentation, look around our facilities and to speak to staff and students. We can’t wait to welcome you to Norland to give you a taste of what studying here is really like.

To book your place, simply complete the form below. For more information on how to get to Norland, visit our traveling to Norland section.

Please note that spaces are subject to availability and that booking is essential for all visits to Norland.

Norland is not liable for covering the costs of travel and/or accommodation for open day attendees in the event of the open day being cancelled, such as in the case of adverse weather or due to government COVID restrictions.

If you can’t attend our open day, we offer a range of virtual open events designed to help you to find out more about Norland from the comfort of your sofa.

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Book your place!

Please book your place by completing this form.

If you have any queries about the event or you have to cancel your booking because your circumstances have changed, please contact [email protected].

This event is subject to government guidance at the time and we retain the right to cancel our open day in the event of increased restrictions or any adverse conditions.

Travelling to Norland

The open day is taking place at our Oldfield Park campus. Please note that there is no on-site parking and very limited local parking. There are a number of car parks in Bath. If you require disabled access please email us after you’ve made your booking.

Our address is: Norland, 39-41 Upper Oldfield Park, Bath, BA2 3LB

By train: the nearest train station is Oldfield Park, which is a 10-minute walk away from Norland and is regularly serviced by trains from Bristol Temple Meads, Cardiff Central and Portsmouth Harbour. Bath Spa station is regularly serviced by trains from Bristol Temple Meads, London Paddington and Cardiff Central. It is a 20-minute walk or 5-minute taxi drive from Norland. Taxis are available from outside the train station and Uber also operates in the city.

Please be aware that train strikes are scheduled to take place on Saturday 8 October which could disrupt your travel arrangements. Please take this into account when planning your journey to our open day.

By bus: Regular bus services to Oldfield Park leave from the bus station next to Bath Spa training station. You can plan your journey using the First bus journey planner. Park and ride services also operate in the city. Bath has regular bus services and is served by national bus companies, including services from Bristol and London.

Further information on travelling to Bath is provided by Visit Bath.

Students, NQNs and graduates discuss the importance of attending a Norland open day in their decision-making process

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“My time at Norland has been so memorable and is one of the best things I have ever done. … If I could, I would do it all again."

Ellie

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"It's a door to so many other doors and opportunities. It's the next step in both my personal journey and my professional journey in being the best person I can be."

Holly

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“I wanted to do a geography degree at university. But then I went away to Borneo for a month”.

Paige

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