|Teachers' conferences||21 June - 5 July 2016|
|University open days||29 and 30 June 2016|
|University open day||16 September 2016|
|UCAS application deadline||15 October 2016|
Most Popular Questions
Do I need to book to attend an Oxford open day?
The main University-wide open days for undergraduates will be held on Wednesday 29 June, Thursday 30 June and Friday 16 September. You do not need to book to attend on these days, though certain specific events may require booking. There are also other open days on other dates which may also require booking. For more information, and to sign up to receive updates by email, please see www.ox.ac.uk/opendays.
What A-level subjects should I choose?
Please see our course pages for specific requirements for your course, or refer to this summary table. Providing any subject requirements have been met, any other subjects at A-level (or equivalent) are acceptable for admissions purposes, with the exception of General Studies (and both General Studies and Critical Thinking for students applying to study Medicine or Biomedical Sciences).
We generally recommend that students take those subjects which they enjoy the most, and where they are most likely to achieve top grades. However, since all courses at Oxford University are highly academic, and require a great deal of independent study, you may wish to consider which subjects will best prepare you for studying here.
Do I need to take a test to apply to Oxford?
For most undergraduate courses at Oxford students are required to sit an admissions test as part of their application. For further details, sample papers and information on how to register, please see www.ox.ac.uk/tests.
What grades do I need to get in to Oxford?
How will the proposed A-level reforms affect my application?
Where candidates are no longer able to take AS-levels the University's admissions process will continue to allow effective assessment of applications, including those from candidates taking linear A-levels. Read our FAQs on A-level reforms