University of Oxford, Year 11 Investigating Options programmePosted on: 21/05/2018
The University of Oxford, are running three programs in July this year for Year 11 students.
These events aim to explain the importance of GCSE results and post-16 choices to students.
Investigating Medicine Day - Tuesday 17 July. It will include information on making a competitive application for Medicine, career paths, and the opportunities available through studying related courses, as well as academic taster sessions in Medicine and related subjects.
Investigating Social Sciences Day - Wednesday 18 July. It will include information on the different Social Science courses available and career paths. Students will take part in taster lectures and seminars, and will have the chance to experience a mock Oxford tutorial.
Investigating Humanities Day - Friday 20 July. It will include information on the different Humanities courses available and career paths. Students will take part in taster lectures and seminars, and will have the chance to experience a mock Oxford tutorial.
The application form is available here:
The deadline for applications is 12 Noon on Wednesday 6th June. If you have any questions, please contact Dr Román in English
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