We know that supporting an Oxford application means more work for teachers. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to recommend Oxford to your best students.
Our dedicated events for teachers are designed to help you to help your most able students. We host many different outreach events specifically for our colleagues in secondary and further education, and most of these are completely free of charge.
Search our events calendar for more events for teachers and students, or visit our international teachers page to find out about what we can offer prospective applicants, and their teachers and advisers, all over the world.
If you would like to find out about other events organised for international teachers and guidance counsellors by the University please sign up to our international teachers and counsellors' mailing list.
For UK secondary school and sixth form teachers
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If there is a specific part of the application process that you feel holds back your students, please contact your link college to talk about the support we can offer.
Our next Open Days will be taking place on 28 and 29 June, and 15 September 2023 and we look forward to seeing you then. While we do not currently know exactly what form these will take, more information will be available nearer the time.
The Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies are offering the opportunity for teachers of classical subjects in schools to join us in Oxford. Connect with other classics teachers, and enjoy an exciting programme of talks covering the latest research from our academics. It will be taking place on Monday 13 March 2023– 10am – 4:30pm at the Faculty of Classics, Oxford. Find out more.
Every year the University of Oxford runs a number of outreach events for Scottish teachers, some of which are delivered in Scotland and others in Oxford.
Every year the University of Oxford runs a number of outreach events for Northern Irish teachers, some of which are delivered in Northern Ireland and others in Oxford.
Open sessions on varied and topical themes run the first Wednesday of every month for international counsellors and teachers. Sessions also provide an opportunity to ask our international team any questions you have. We encourage you to drop by as often as you can, and offer two time-slots per month according to your time zone. Please note that we can only accept bookings from counsellors employed directly by schools.