The College is always open as part of the University-wide Open Days in July and September. These Open Days are aimed at prospective applicants from Year 12 (or equivalent) and mature applicants (aged 21 or over), together with their parents or supporters, to help them learn more about the University, its colleges, and its departments.
We also host two annual open days at Trinity Hall – one for Sciences, and one for Arts & Humanities – during which attendees have the chance to experience sample lectures, ask questions to current undergraduate students, and meet the Directors of Studies in their subject of interest. The 2024 Subject Open Days took place on 26 and 29 February 2024.
Prospective applicants are always welcome to visit us at Trinity Hall. For more information about visiting, see below. For more information about events offered at other colleges and across the wider university, please visit the University events listing page.
Trinity Hall Sciences Open Day, Monday 26 February
Aimed at prospective applicants in Year 12 or Year 13 who are interested in studying Science subjects at the University of Cambridge, this Open Day provides an opportunity to visit the College, hear from current undergraduates and Directors of Studies, and attend an admissions talk from the Director of Admissions.
The Sciences Open Day took place on Monday 26 February.
Trinity Hall Arts & Humanities Open Day, Thursday 29 February
Aimed at prospective applicants in Year 12 or Year 13 who are interested in studying Arts & Humanities subjects at the University of Cambridge, this Open Day provides an opportunity to visit the College, hear from current undergraduates and Directors of Studies, and attend an admissions talk from the Director of Admissions.
The Arts & Humanities Open Day took place on Thursday 29 February.
Modern and Medieval Languages Webinars, 19 and 26 March
Trinity Hall is hosting two MML webinars in March, one for prospective applicants on Tuesday 19 March and one for teachers on Tuesday 26 March. From 5-6pm on these days, attendees will learn about the MML course and joint honours degrees, the Year Abroad, the admissions process (including the written test and interviews), and have the opportunity to ask questions to current MML students.
Please sign up for the webinars via this form.
University Open Days
The University runs two Open Days in July each year, where prospective applicants and their parents or supporters can visit the colleges and departments. Due to their popularity, advance booking is required.
The 2024 July Open Days are taking place on Thursday 4 July and Friday 5 July, with booking opening in spring 2024.
There is also a September Open Day run by the University, although this year’s date has yet to be confirmed.
You can find out more information about all University Open Days here.
Staying up to date
Supporting potential applicants is incredibly important to us, especially those with little access to help and information related to their application. We run a variety of events each year for Years 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and applicants, ranging from Open Days and Subject Tasters to webinars and residentials.
Want to be kept in the loop about upcoming events at Trinity Hall and across the university?
Going beyond what you learn at school and engaging with super-curricular resources is a great way to develop your knowledge of your subject and demonstrate your passion at interview.
Watch this video to learn more about super-curricular resources.
Attendance at our events is not a requirement to apply to Trinity Hall. Those who apply without having attended one of these events are not at a disadvantage.
In-Person Visits to Trinity Hall
Visiting Trinity Hall
Trinity Hall is open to prospective applicants and other visitors, even beyond official Open Days. Please check in at the Porter’s Lodge, and you will be free to walk around the grounds. Further information can be found on our Visit Us page.
Visitors with Disabilities
Please let us know in advance if there is anything we can do to make your visit easier by emailing email@example.com.
Event Travel Funds
The Open Day Travel Fund assists young people who are in care and care leavers with travel to open days organised by the University of Cambridge. Further information is available on the University website.
Trinity Hall also offers travel funding to our outreach events to young people who are or have been in care, for travel by standard-class train. To check your eligibility for funding for a specific event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Your application will require external verification before the funding can be approved.