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An Open Day being held at the Exams Schools.

Open Day Information Centre

Colleges and departments are the best places to meet tutors, speak to students and find out all you?need to know about the course you are interested in and about student life at Oxford.

If you have other questions or would like further advice, the Open Day Information Centre hosts a range of talks, including for parents and teachers, and information stalls staffed by our student service teams.

If you need any guidance to help you find your way around events in Oxford, pop by to ask our dedicated team of staff and students here or at one of our information points in Radcliffe Square or by the Science Area and we’ll be happy to help.

The programme of events for the June 2024 Open Days is available below.

Open 09:00–16:30, Examination Schools, 75–81 High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BG

Understanding Oxford: talks for all

Supporting the transition to university for families and supporters
When:?11:00–11:30
Where:?Room 6, Ground Floor, Examination Schools
How can you help your child successfully?make the transition from school to?university? Our support and welfare team?will advise on supporting students during?this challenging time as well as explaining?the wide range of welfare services offered?by the University to all its students.?Questions will be welcome.

Oxford applications: key information for families and supporters
When:?11:30–12:00
Where:?Room 6, Ground Floor, Examination Schools
As well as answering your questions, we will explain our?application timeline, highlighting deadlines and focusing?on how you may support your child at each stage.

Teachers’ Forum
When: 12:00–12:30
Where:?Room 6, Ground Floor,?Examination Schools
A chance for?teachers to?meet with admissions?staff, receive?an update?on the Oxford admissions process and?ask questions about how to support?students who are considering Oxford.?This session will also give advice on?how to access Oxford’s many?outreach resources.

Lesser spotted subjects: a guide to studying something new
When:?14:30–15:00
Where:?South School, First Floor, Examination Schools
If you’ve ever seen a course listing and thought, ‘What is that? Could I do it?’, then this is the talk for you. For some subjects, university is the first chance you might have to encounter them. Come to this talk for advice on choosing and applying to courses that you may not realise are perfect for you.

Astrophoria Foundation Year
When:?14:30–15:00
Where:?Room 6, Ground Floor, Examination Schools
Are you a UK student interested in studying Chemistry, Classics, Engineering Science, English, History, Law, Materials Science, PPE or Theology but your personal or educational circumstances have meant you are unlikely to achieve the grades typically required for Oxford courses? If so, please come along to our talk to find out more about the?!?

Student Finance
When:?15:15–15:45
Where:?South School, First Floor, Examination Schools
Hear all the latest information about course fees and living costs at Oxford. We will talk you through the funding currently available to UK students to cover these costs, including government funding. You will also hear more about Oxford’s financial support for UK students starting in 2025. This includes generous, non-repayable annual bursaries of up to ?6,090 for students from lower-income households and targeted funding for care experienced students and estranged undergraduates studying without family support. A current student will be on hand to answer questions about financing your studies.

Sport at Oxford
When: 15:15–15:45
Where: Room 6, Ground Floor, Examination Schools
Do you want to continue your sport at Oxford and find out about our programme for your sport? Are you interested in trying a new physical activity and want to know if there are opportunities for students at Oxford? Come along to our talk on all things sport at Oxford to find out more and ask us any questions you have about specific activities.

Applying to Oxford
When:?16:00–16:30
Where:?South School, First Floor, Examination Schools
A guide through the admissions process, with advice on how to make a competitive application. For prospective students who were unable to attend an admissions talk at a college or department.?

Information Room: undergraduate admissions and student service teams

When:?09:00–16:30
Where:?North School, First Floor, Examination Schools
Staff from undergraduate admissions and student services will be available throughout the day to answer your questions.

Undergraduate Admissions – UK and rest of the world
Ask our admissions team any questions?about your Oxford application.

Admissions testing
Many of our undergraduate courses require applicants to take an admissions test. Visit this stall if you have any questions about the testing process.?

Student Fees and Funding
Ask our?fees and funding?team about topics such as Oxford’s financial support provision,?applying for government funding and the cost of living at Oxford.

Careers Service (available?09:00–12:00 only)
Find out from the about the support and opportunities available to Oxford?students during and after their studies, including information about?internships and graduate career prospects.

Disabled Students and Student Welfare
Staff from the Disability Advisory Service?and Student Welfare?will be available to advise on disability-related study support,?funding and how to access it, and support for student welfare.

Astrophoria Foundation Year
Are you a UK student interested in studying Chemistry, Classics, Engineering Science, English, History, Law, Materials Science, PPE or Theology but your personal or educational circumstances have meant you are unlikely to achieve the grades typically required for Oxford courses? If so, please come along to our talk to find out more about the Astrophoria Foundation Year!

Mature Students (available 10:00–13:00 only)
Any student who will be 21 or over at the start of their course is?considered a mature student. Staff at this stand can talk to you?about topics of particular interest such as entry requirements,?finance and more.

Department for Continuing Education
Information about adult learning at Oxford, provided by the : part-time undergraduate and graduate programmes, short courses in Oxford and online, summer schools and professional?development courses.

Oxford University Sport
Visit our stall in the information room (or just come and say hi – we’ll be there all day) to speak to our sports staff and student representatives from sports clubs. Find out about overall, sports clubs, getting #ActiveAtOxford, health and fitness opportunities for students at Oxford. You can also come along to our Sport at Oxford talk for wider information on sport and physical activity at Oxford.