Events

As government rules on social distancing and staying at home because of COVID-19 have been updated, work has been ongoing to deliver our events in accordance with the latest guidance. In our listing you will find details of events open to the general public, which will be delivered online or in a carefully managed socially distanced environment.

If you're thinking about applying for an undergraduate degree at Oxford, please also see the information on open days, events and visiting for potential undergraduates.

Online and part-time courses at the University, as well as weekly classes, are offered at the Department for Continuing Education. Please see the course listing for more information.

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17Feb

What does it mean to be an honest broker?

Green Templeton College (and online)
Lectures and seminars |
17Feb

Spiritual Physic: From despair to hope with the Anatomy of Melancholy

St Thomas the Martyr Church
Lectures and seminars |
17Feb

Aspects of social care: How ethnicity and religion pattern health and social care needs in later life

Oxford Institute of Population Ageing
Lectures and seminars |
17Feb

Botanic Gardens: early plant pioneers to the modern day

Mathematical Institute
Lectures and seminars |
19Feb- 20Feb

Handling Archaeological Finds: Prehistoric Stone Tools

Department for Continuing Education
Courses and workshops | 19 Feb 2022 to 20 Feb 2022
19Feb

Introduction to English Grammar

Department for Continuing Education
Courses and workshops |
21Feb

‘The Personal is Still Political: Theological Retrenchment and Expansion in Response to Feminism’

Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture - Online via Zoom
Lectures and seminars |
21Feb

What is a child?

Department of Education - Zoom Webinar
Lectures and seminars |
22Feb

Open Event: Foundation Certificate in History

Department for Continuing Education - Online Event
Open days |
23Feb

Moonstruck

History of Science Museum
Family-friendly |

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