Politics, Law and History Study Day for Black African/Caribbean students | University of Oxford

Politics, Law and History Study Day for Black African/Caribbean students

Event date
Event time
10:00 - 17:00
Venue
High Street
Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX1 4BH
Event cost
n/a
Target audience
Students
Age range
Age 16-17 (year 12)
Booking
Required Book here

Are you considering studying Politics, Law or History at University? Are you of Black African and Caribbean and of Mixed Heritage of either Black African or Caribbean heritage and go to school in the UK? University College, Oxford is offering a subject study day for Year 12 students to explore their subject interests. There will be lectures from the College’s Politics, Law and History academics. Attendees will get the opportunity for an insight into life at University College through tours with undergraduates and lunch in our dining hall. We also hope to have and Q&A session with some past Oxford students of Black African/Caribbean heritage so you can hear about their experiences and career progression after graduation. The day will be a valuable opportunity to help you decide on a degree subject, as well as explore these subjects beyond your school curriculum. Please see the provisional programme and details of how to apply on Univ’s website.

To apply you will need to fill in an online application form. The deadline is Tuesday 14 January 2020. One section of the form entails submitting a name and email address of a teacher who will support your application for this day. Please check your teacher is happy to do this before submitting their details.

Please contact the Schools Liaison Office and Access Officer, Nelli Chamings-Manley with any queries T: 01865 286565 E: access@univ.ox.ac.uk

Please note: Our Politics/Law/History Study Day is specifically for Year 12 students from the UK of Black African, Caribbean or of Mixed Heritage of either Black African or Caribbean heritage.