If you have the opportunity, it’s a great idea to visit Oxford before making an application, in order to get a sense of the place and to look round possible colleges.
The University runs three open day events during the year and the English Faculty takes part in all three. The 2019 University-wide Open Days for undergraduates will be held on Wednesday 3rd July, Thursday 4th July and Friday 20th September.
Visitors are admitted on a first-come-first-served basis and our talks have traditionally been very popular; therefore we recommend you arrive in plenty of time to ensure you get a seat. The afternoon sessions tend to be a little quieter.
All talks will take place in the English Faculty building, on the corner of St Cross and Manor Roads. The day has been scheduled to allow flexibility in attendance, and visitors are welcome to pop in and out as suits their plans for the day. Staff and current students will be present throughout the day to answer questions about the course, studying at Oxford, and the application process. We welcome students interested in our joint schools (English and History; English and Classics; English and Modern Languages) at any of our talks.
Parents are welcome to attend the Open Days, but to avoid overcrowding we would ask that they do not attend the lectures and talks scheduled in the morning. However, there is often space available in the afternoon sessions. The University holds a range of events aimed at parents during the day; details are available on the main University website.
Making the Most of Your Visit
There is lots of information about the open days and visiting Oxford at other times, available on the main University webpages here.
The following links may also be of assistance in finding us:
Travel and parking advice
Finding the English Faculty
You may also like to try the University of Oxford Audio Admissions Tours that will allow you to explore Oxford on foot, along with information about the University of Oxford from a student perspective and guidance on how to apply for an undergraduate degree course.
If you have any queries please contact the English Undergraduate Office at email@example.com.