|UCAS applications open for entry in 2018||6 September|
|University open day||15 September|
|Registration deadline for the LNAT (for Law)||5 October|
|Registration deadline for all other admissions tests||15 October|
|UCAS application deadline||15 October|
Most Popular Questions
I have just received my A-level results...
If you have met all the conditions of your offer, congratulations! Your place is assured. If you have not met all the conditions of your offer (for example if you have not achieved the required grades) your college will make a final decision regarding your offer shortly. Please contact your college if you require any further information (see college pages for contact details).
I have done much better than expected in my A-levels/ IB/other school exams; will you reconsider my application?
If you have achieved top grades at A-level, IB or other equivalent academic qualifications, you may wish to re-apply to Oxford University for entry next year by following our application guide. However, please remember that even excellent results will not guarantee you a place. If you are holding an offer from another university, you may wish to focus on your studies there.
Do you have any spaces through UCAS Extra, Clearing or Adjustment?
Oxford University does not participate in UCAS Clearing, Extra or Adjustment. All undergraduate applications must be made by 15 October of the year before a course begins, and there are no further places available after this time. We routinely make more offers than there are places available, to ensure that all places are filled. Further information about places available at other institutions can be found on the UCAS website at www.ucas.com.
When can I visit Oxford University?
Our next University-wide open day is on Friday 15 September, and many departments also run subject-specific open days. Other events are listed in our events calendar. If you cannot attend any of these events you may wish to make an independent visit.
When can I apply for a place for 2018?
UCAS Apply opens in early September and you can submit your application after that, but you can start work on your personal statement any time. The final deadline for submitting your UCAS application is 18:00, UK time, on Sunday 15 October. Don’t forget to register to take the relevant admissions test.