Why attend AUR’s Open Day?

The Open Day is the perfect opportunity to visit our campus and to experience what it is like to be a student at AUR. All services and academic departments will be represented and you will have the opportunity to talk both to our inspiring Professors and to some of our fantastic students about what studying at AUR is like and how well you will fit in.

You can also explore our campus, learn more about the range of undergraduate and post-graduate degrees available and ask questions about admissions, accommodation, finance, social activities and job prospects.

Finally, for non-native English speakers, there will be the opportunity to take an English test in order to judge your level of skill in the language and allow us to assess your readiness to undertake lectures in our fully English-speaking institution.

We hope to see you on the day!

Open Day Program

  • 15:00 – 19:00 hr
    We will be hosting a free barbecue in the garden of the university. Come along, register your attendance, and enjoy a burger while you visit our undergraduate and graduate ‘booths’ – where professors and students will be able to provide you with all the information you need about studying at AUR.
     
  • 16:00 – 17:30 hr
    For those who require it, we will be holding our Free English Test during this period. For those who don’t require the test, we will be holding two ‘mini-lectures’ with two of our favourite professors. These lectures will give you a real experience of the teaching and classroom interaction that AUR is recognized for.Note: we understand that some individuals who might want to undertake the English Test will also really want to attend the lectures. No problem – we will hold further a further English Test the following week so simply sign up for that and you can do both. 
     
  • 17:30 – 18:00 hr
    Our Financial Aid officer will be holding a 30 minute session about fees and available financial aid.
     
  • 18:00 – 18:45 hr
    We will be holding joint information sessions, one in English and one in Italian, which will give a thorough overview of the workings of the university and what it’s like to be an AUR student.