Oxford University recognises the key role that teachers and careers advisers play in encouraging students to consider their options and make informed decisions. Through events offered in Oxford and throughout the UK, we welcome the chance to talk with teachers and advisers about supporting your students through all aspects of considering, and applying to, Oxford.
For details of all our upcoming events for teachers and students, please see our diary listings.
The University of Oxford arranges a range of events for teachers and careers advisors who support students with their applications to the University. Each year we run a number of Regional Teachers' Conferences so teachers can hear updates and learn about the admissions process close to home. We also have both day and residential programmes held in Oxford like the Maths and Science Teachers' Conference and the Sutton Trust Teacher Summer School.
School and college visits
The University of Oxford organises a range of events for potential applicants. Travelling throughout the UK, we meet with students, teachers, parents and carers. We welcome the chance to talk with interested students about all aspects of applying to, and studying at, Oxford. Where possible, we are keen to encourage schools and colleges to coordinate with other local schools and colleges because this enables us to work with more students over the year and, we believe, enriches students’ interaction.
For more details and to arrange a visit, please contact your link college.
Teachers at the beginning of their careers
At Oxford we seek to support teachers at the start of their careers and offer training for students engaging in either the PGCE or Teach First Training. For more information please send an email to our dedicated teachers' team.
Teachers from outside the UK
Oxford University runs an annual International Guidance Counsellors' Conference for those advising students on applying to Oxford from outside of the UK. It aims to give a full picture of applications to Oxford within the context of the UK Higher Education system. For more information, please see the International Guidance Counsellors' Conference page.
In addition, Oxford is an international university, and runs events for prospective applicants, and their teachers and advisers, all over the world. To find out more please visit our international events page.
Planning an event for teachers?
If you are planning an event for teachers and would like involvement from Oxford University, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our dedicated teachers team by email.
Keep in touch
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