Discover your new favourite topic with our Springboard videos, bringing you cutting-edge research from Oxford's graduate students.
These videos are intended for school pupils in Years 11, 12 and 13. Each offers an introduction to a new topic, plus lots of activities and further resources to explore. When you click on a topic, we'll ask you a few questions and then play the video you've chosen.
Join us for Springboard Live events in 2022
Inspired by our Springboard video bank, we're launching a series of workshops led by the graduate students who have made some of your favourite videos. Each talk is aimed at pupils in Years 11, 12 & 13 and lasts for one hour, consisting of a workshop on the topic, information about the graduate’s own educational journey and an opportunity to ask questions. Please use this booking form to register your interest in attending one of our Springboard Live talks. There are no limits on how many live workshops an individual can attend; we only ask that you watch the relevant Springboard video prior to attending the livestream.
Thursday 31 March 2022, 4.00-5.00pm:
- Antibiotic resistance as a global threat to healthcare
- Watch Lois’s video
Thursday 28 April 2022, 4.00-5.00pm:
- What is Facsim?
- Watch Joe's video
From understanding historical theory to carrying out your own investigations, discover more about how our researchers approach historical humanities. Undergraduate courses at Oxford include Archaeology & Anthropology, Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, Classics, History, History of Art and Oriental Studies.
Languages & Literature
From reading ancient languages to speaking and understanding modern ones, discover how our researchers approach the world of language and literature. Undergraduate courses at Oxford include English Language & Literature, Classics, European & Middle Eastern Languages, Modern Languages, Oriental Studies and Psychology, Philosophy & Linguistics.