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Feedback on Oxford University's 2019 entry undergraduate prospectus

Thank you for reading our prospectus and for giving feedback. Your views really matter to us and your responses will be used to help improve our prospectus for next year. Please do not feel you have to respond to everything but we would be grateful for as much information as you can give us. If you leave your email address at the end, we will enter you into our raffle for a £100 Amazon voucher which will be drawn in October 2018. Thank you very much for your help!

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Oxford is what you make it (Introduction) *
Course pages *
College pages *
How you apply *
What it costs *
Find out more *
For example, what did you think about the design and/or the content?
For example, about the design or content.
Would you recommend this prospectus to other people?*
Has it changed your mind about whether to apply here?*
Will you visit our website after reading the prospectus?*
Our website does not have the space or time limitations of a printed publication and so has more comprehensive and up-to-date information about Oxford and our application procedure.
This will only be used to enter you into the raffle.
Data Protection Statement*
The personal information you provide will be held by the University of Oxford not longer than until the end of 2018 and will be deleted after the raffle draw. We will use your e-mail address only to contact you about the raffle. Your data will be held in accordance with the University’s data protection policy, as amended from time to time; the Data Protection Act 1998; and, from 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation. We will analyse the data in anonymised form in order to evaluate the effectiveness of our communications but no information will ever be linked to any current or future application you may submit to the University of Oxford. The information you provide will not be passed on to any third parties without your permission and the University does not sell any data to third party organisations.