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Campus visits for friends and families from May to July. Registration now open!

10 May 2023
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Come visit the UAB with your friends or family. We offer guided tours around campus so that you can experience the UAB first-hand with students who will be able to show you the best parts of the university. Registration now open for visits in May, June and July.

Visites campus 2023

Your UAB guides will be Yasmin, who is studying Statistics and Sociology; Ariadna, from Interactive Communication; and Sara, who is studying Musicology. These one-hour visits will show you what daily life is like when studying at the UAB.

Would you like to discover the UAB campus with your friends and family? Our UAB students offer one-hour guided visits around campus. You can sign up for free in groups of up to 4 persons. So come visit us and bring your family or friends! Registration now open!

Tuesday and Thursday morning and Wednesday afternoons. Visits are offered every Tuesday from 10:30  to 11:30 a.m., Wednesday from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m, and Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. You must sign up first and all visits begin and end at the InfoUAB at the Plaça Cívica, right in the campus' centre and at a short walk from the FGC train station.

Your UAB guides will be Yasmin, who is studying Statistics and Sociology; Ariadna, from Interactive Communication; and Sara, who is studying Musicology. The visits last approximately one hour and include a walk around campus and visit to some of the teaching centres.

Travelling to the UAB is not possible? We'll visit your centre or city hall through our visits to centres with our university lecturers. These visits can be on-site or online for centres in Catalonia, and online for the Balearic Islands, Valencia, Franja de Ponent, Andorra and Northern Catalonia.

During your visit you will learn about how university life works and hear about day-to-day stories from our students who will also answer the most common questions students have when they transition from secondary school to university. For example: if you do not attend lectures, does someone call your parents? Your guides will also show where all 16 teaching centres are located on campus and the services offered to students: libraries, restaurants and cafés, gym, language services and healthcare centres, just in case you get hurt (which you won't, because if you fall, you'll be falling on our grass! :-))

By the way! At the start of the visit you will receive a UAB folder, so you can walk around campus feeling like a true UABer ;-)

The UAB offers a wide variety of activities and contents to help future students discover its academic programmes and campus. A list of these activities can be found at Visit the UAB: Open Days, Education Fair, Campus Visits, Visits to Centres, Family Days, Campus Visits - YouTube style, PDF catalogues and study guides, etc. A series of options to invite you to visit the UAB campus!

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