Undergraduate admissions and outreach | University of Oxford

Circumstances resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic meant that there were some changes to our admissions process in 2020, including interviews being organised remotely. The admissions process for 2022 entry is expected to run to the usual timeline with any changes due to COVID-19 highlighted in our applicant guide. If you are a current offer-holder or future applicant, make sure you stay up to date by reading the Admissions News section to the right of this page.  We also recommend that all potential applicants sign-up for our regular newsletter, Choosing Oxford which will be sent out from March. 

In line with Government guidance on social distancing, outreach events are not currently taking place as planned. This includes our University-wide Open Days which, as in 2020, may run as virtual open days. We remain strongly committed to providing opportunities for you to discover what it is like to study at Oxford and in the meantime would encourage you to explore our website, including the Increasing Access section. Please do everything you can to stay well and we hope to welcome you and your family on a visit to Oxford before too long. 

Most Popular Questions 

Where can I find the University's latest advice on COVID-19?   

Up-to-date information on our response to COVID-19 is available on our website.  

Can I apply to the UNIQ programme?

UNIQ 2021 is an online programme that helps students explore subjects that interest them and prepare for university. We hope that once you have got to know more about us you will want to apply to Oxford, and our extended UNIQ programme will support you through the application process. The deadline to apply for UNIQ 2021 is 15 March. Please see the UNIQ website for more information.

Who do I contact to discuss my offer?

If you have a question regarding your offer, you should contact the college who has offered you a place, or who is underwriting your open offer. College contact details can be found on our college pages.