We are currently planning our next series of onsite and virtual open days, please check back soon for more information. Meanwhile do look at our events page to register your interest in our series of online Q&A sessions where you can meet our admissions team, current students and tutors and speak to our alumni.
Our Open Days offer the perfect opportunity to learn more about our Degree and Diploma courses and find out why 97% of students would recommend studying at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation (2018 student survey).
Booking your place on one of our Open Days is required if you would like to join one of the sessions. Once you have registered your details on the date and session you wish to attend, you will receive further information by email with a link to access the session you have booked.
Students benefit from our rich arts heritage, vibrant cultural programme and site-specific exhibition opportunities. If you're interested in any of our degree or diploma arts courses our virtual open days are the perfect chance to meet tutors and current students, and ask any questions.School of Arts degrees and diplomas
Our aim is for conservation students to leave with the appropriate academic qualifications and practical training to pursue the next stage of their careers. Curriculums are aligned with the Institute of Conservation's professional standards. Our virtual open days offer you the ideal opportunity to find out more about the specialism you're interested in, the facilities or funding available for the different subjects.
Take a virtual tour of the workshops:School of Conservation degrees and diplomas
Andrew Latham, FdA Furniture student talks about his overall experience of studying at the College.
At each virtual open day there will be a dedicated session about funding and support whilst studying at the College. Our team will be available to discuss funding options through bursaries and scholarships and current students will also be able to share their experiences. Bursaries and scholarships are available for both UK and international students.Read more about funding
There is a relaxed, peaceful atmosphere on campus, and shared outdoor spaces adjoining the accommodation make for a unique student life. Students also have access to the award-winning West Dean Gardens. There are many events for students to enjoy such as concerts, talks and film nights. There are also clubs and societies organised through the Student Association.Find out more about student life and accommodation