European Tour 2017 | University of Oxford

European Tour 2017

The University of Oxford holds undergraduate study information sessions in countries across Europe in April and May each year, plus some additional visits in September.

Our sessions aim to provide information, advice and guidance to teachers and college counsellors, students and their parents about opportunities to study at the University of Oxford. Most of our activity is centred around school visits. In each region, a school is invited to host the presentation for other schools in the local area that are interested in undergraduate applications to Oxford.

At each event listed below, one of our experienced representatives gave a presentation entitled 'Understanding Oxford', specifically focussed towards students applying from the relevant country. The presentation lasts around 45 minutes and attendees then have the opportunity to ask the representative any questions. 

In Autumn 2017 we have the following events scheduled:

Denmark

Copenhagen - Saturday 23 September, Nordic Study Abroad Conference - for further information or to book a place, please see: nordic-sac.org 

Ireland

Dublin - Wednesday 13, Thursday 14 and Friday 15 September - The Irish Times Higher Options, RDS Simmonscourt, 9am - 3pm 

For further information, or to book tickets, please visit: www.irishtimes.com/higher-options 

The Netherlands

The Hague - Friday 8 September, The British School of the Netherlands, 3pm - Book your place here

Amsterdam - Saturday 9 September, Oxford and Cambridge Admissions Fair, Barlaeus Gymnasium, 1pm - No booking is required for this event, but to register your interest and receive updates please complete this form.

Information about this event in Dutch.

Sweden

Gothenburg - Wednesday 20 September, Hvitfeldtska Gymnasiet, 4.15pm - Booking to open soon

Malmo - Friday 22 September, Malmö Borgarskola, Time TBC - Booking to open soon


If you have any queries regarding any of the events above, please contact us at international.recruitment@admin.ox.ac.uk

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