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Undergraduate admissions

Oxford University is world-famous for academic excellence. We pick the best and brightest students purely on their academic merit and passion for their chosen course. If that sounds like you, and you like to think for yourself, Oxford could be the right university for you.

Key Dates
LNAT (for Law) must be taken between1 September and 20 October 2016
University open day16 September 2016
UCAS application deadline15 October 2016
Registration deadline for all admissions tests (except LNAT)15 October 2016
All admissions tests take place (except LNAT)2 November 2016

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Do I need to book to attend an Oxford open day?

The next main University-wide open day for undergraduate will be held on Friday 16 September. You do not need to book to attend on this day, 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.

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.

How will 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

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