Are you thinking about studying Mathematics at University? Are you a Year 12 student at a UK state school? The Pembroke College Mathematics residential offers students a chance to learn more about studying Maths at Oxford and the Oxford admissions process. Participants will attend a series of lectures and seminars on different Mathematical topics, and have the opportunity to meet Maths academics and Oxford students.
This residential will be held in Pembroke College, University of Oxford, 16-17 April. The event is free of charge, including accommodation on the night of 16 April and meals.
To apply, you should meet the following criteria:
• Currently a Year 12 student (or equivalent) at a UK state school.
• Have at least a grade 7/A in GCSE Mathematics, or equivalent qualification.
• A level candidates: Be planning to take Mathematics and Further Mathematics at A level (unless Further Mathematics is not offered by your school).
• Candidates sitting another post 16 qualification: Be planning to take Mathematics as one of your final year subjects (eg as an Advanced Higher or Higher Level subject in the International Baccalaureate).
To apply, please complete the application form by 12 noon on Tuesday 17 March.
As part of the application process you will be asked to submit a statement of maximum 250 words explaining what excites you about Mathematics.
Applications will be assessed according to academic achievement, submitted application statement, and contextual information. Applicants from anywhere in the UK are welcome to apply, and we particularly encourage applications from Pembroke's link region, the North West of England.
All applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application in the week commencing 30 March.