Whilst we aren’t able to invite you to see Oxford in person at the moment, we hope our Undergraduate Virtual Open Days on 1 and 2 July will give you a taste of what being at Oxford is really like, so you can decide whether studying here might be for you.
Just as for any of our Open Days, there will be a lot on offer so we really recommend planning in advance. All events across the days will be run on a drop-in basis, so there is no need to book, however, we do recommend arriving in plenty of time.
If you haven’t already done so, please register via this form.
Don’t worry if you can’t fit in everything you want to. The great thing about being virtual is that you won’t have a train to catch afterwards and you will be able to come back whenever you like and take in more events, or even revisit ones you attended earlier. Most events will be available online after the 1 and 2 July.
Unlike many universities, Oxford has no central campus, but is made up of colleges and departments spread around the city, so each of these colleges and departments will be running separate events. There will also be events run by student service teams, for example the Disability Advisory Service and Fees and Funding, and admissions staff will be running general information and advice sessions.