History Skills Workshop

Event date
Event time
16:00
Venue
This event will take place Online
Online
Oxford
Oxfordshire
Event cost
Free
Target audience
Students
Age range
Age 14-15 (year 10), Age 15-16 (year 11), Age 16-17 (year 12), Age 17-18 (year 13)
Booking
Required Book here

This is a free online History Skills Workshops for state secondary school, sixth form and FE college pupils in years 10-13.

Each workshop has four aims:

To inspire your curiosity about the past and enthusiasm for studying history.
To develop your abilities to analyse primary sources in depth.
To help you to develop the analytical, critical, and imaginative skills that Russell Group universities look for in applicants for humanities degrees.
To inform and encourage you to consider applying to read history at Oxford University.

Practical information

This free History skills workshop lasts about an hour and is held online via Microsoft Teams. You will require access to a computer, tablet or smartphone with the Microsoft Teams App or a browser that is compatible with Microsoft Teams in order to attend the session.

All history skills workshops are interactive. As part of a presentation, you will debate how historians should interpret thought-provoking primary sources, and will have time to ask questions about history, applying to university, and Oxford.

The workshops develop the skills that are tested by Oxford University’s undergraduate admissions process, including the History Aptitude Test (HAT) and admissions interviews.

Workshops are taught by historians who are researching PhDs at Oxford.