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Outreach events

The University is committed to ensuring that our undergraduate admissions processes identify students with outstanding academic potential and the ability to benefit from an Oxford course, whatever their background. We recognise that some groups of students will require different types of support when preparing to apply to Oxford, and our programme of UK and international outreach work reflects this. We are also aware of the important role that teachers, advisors and parents play in encouraging and supporting students, and we provide guidance for them in the form of information and events. 

Please see the diary listings below for specific events coming up soon, or see:

E.g., 29-06-2017
E.g., 29-06-2017
29May

Half term tour and Oxford admissions talk

Merton College
Age 14-15 (year 10), Age 15-16 (year 11), Age 16-17 (year 12) | Parents, Students
Oxford |
30May

Half term tour and Oxford admissions talk

Merton College
Age 14-15 (year 10), Age 15-16 (year 11), Age 16-17 (year 12) | Parents, Students
Oxford |
31May

Half term tour and Oxford admissions talk

Merton College
Age 14-15 (year 10), Age 15-16 (year 11), Age 16-17 (year 12) | Parents, Students
Oxford |
01Jun

Half term tour and Oxford admissions talk

Merton College
Age 14-15 (year 10), Age 15-16 (year 11), Age 16-17 (year 12) | Parents, Students
Oxford |
02Jun

Half Term Mini Open Day

University College
All ages | Parents, Students, Teachers
Oxford |
02Jun

Half term tour and Oxford admissions talk

Merton College
Age 14-15 (year 10), Age 15-16 (year 11), Age 16-17 (year 12) | Parents, Students
Oxford |
06Jun

Looking Forward: Energy and Environment

Mathematical Institute
Age 14-15 (year 10) | Students
Oxford |
07Jun

Looking Forward: Technology

Mathematical Institute
Age 14-15 (year 10) | Students
Oxford |
08Jun

Looking Forward: Health

Mathematical Institute
Age 14-15 (year 10) | Students
Oxford |
13Jun

Women in Computer Science Day

Mathematical Institute
Age 14-15 (year 10), Age 15-16 (year 11) | Students
Oxford |

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