We know that supporting a student applying to Oxford means more work for teachers, so please let us help. Through events like these below, we can work together to make sure your ablest students from all backgrounds realise their potential and receive the guidance they deserve when considering their university choices. All events are completely free of charge.
If you're a student and an event here interests you, please have a word with your teacher and see whether they will help you access these opportunities. You are also very welcome to contact your link college directly.
All secondary school ages…
Livestream events into your classrooms or use the resources to support classroom learning.
If you would like someone from Oxford to come to your school, or if you would like to bring a group to visit Oxford, please contact your link college. We can tailor visits to best suit your needs.
Making Materials Matter aims to inspire students to become the next generation of materials scientists and engineers through early and sustained engagement from Year 8. The core programme is centred on independent student research projects with guidance from materials ambassadors and support from their teachers.
If GCSEs are coming up….
|Students at non-selective state schools in the UK. Priority to schools without sixth forms, or with little, if any, history of sending students to Oxford.|
In the light of the pandemic, this programme is currently under review.
|Students in their first year of further education (Y12 or equivalent) at UK schools|
Like a touring Open Day, students can attend a range of subject talks as well as sessions about applications and finance in venues nationwide. Run jointly with Cambridge.
We attend a number of Higher Education fairs around the country and online, where students and staff are available to speak to you about studying at Oxford.