Open day events in June


Come and attend the UCLan open days which are being held on Friday 23rd June and Saturday 24th June. The events are open between 9am-3pm.

The main registration for the June Open Days will take place in the Atrium, with “Talk to a Tutor” stands in Venue 53.

On the day you will be able to talk to the tutors about the subjects you are interested in, you will be able to see the clincial skills labs & breakout rooms.

Main Talks are in Harrington Lecture Theatre

You can attend these talks between:-

09:45 – 10:30

11:00 – 11:45

13:00 – 13:45


Skills Labs & Break Out Rooms

Drop in sessions are avaialable throughout the day, come and speak to the Lecturers about the specific field of nursing you are interested in and see our amazing facilities.

Child field

Adult field

Mental Health field


There will be a number of fun activities taking place and a variety of food stalls, plus live music.


Book here to attend the Open Days at UCLan


UCLan Midwifery #Challenge10 Zumbathon

On Sunday 30th April UCLan Midwifery held the second event of #Challenge10 to raise money for SANDS (stillbirth and neonatal death charity).

Student midwife Sabrina Rojas organised and planned this event, which included glow sticks, cake stalls, face paint and a sports massage stall! The zumbathon was a huge success, with the exact total raised still to be confirmed, although it is thought that over £900 was raised.  SANDS provides bereavement support to families affected by stillbirth and neonatal death in addition to essential research in an attempt to reduce the number of babies who die.

A huge thank you to everyone who attended this fantastic event and to those who contributed to the day, we are very grateful!

Please join us for the remaining #Challenge10 events:

10th June – #Yorkshire3Peaks

1st July – Manchester Colour Run

12th August – Swimathon (Salford Quays)

9th September – Born Survivor!

31st October – Bikeathon

18th November – Charity Ball

18th December – Cake bake sale

If you would like to sponsor us or would like further information, please contact: (midwifery lecturer)