Open Days

St Anne’s is keen for prospective undergraduate students to visit and learn more about us in person. Choosing where you want to spend three or more years of your life is a big decision, and we want to ensure that you make the best-informed choice about what you’ll study and where. 

Our next Open Day is Friday 20th September.

We will be open between 8:30am and 5pm and the following programme of events will be running:

Times                                    Sessions
8:30am - 9:45am   Free coffee and pastries. First come, first served. Please collect a ticket from the registration desk.
9am - 9:30am     'Early Bird' Tour and Q&A with current students.
9:15am - 9:45am    'Early Bird' Tour and Q&A with current students.
12:15pm - 1pm        Meet the Tutors. A chance for prospective students to chat with subject tutors about the Oxford courses and teaching. 
12:15pm - 1pm        Parents, carers and teachers talk / Q&A.
1pm - 1:45pm          Free lunch. First come, first served. Please collect a ticket from the registration desk.
1:30pm - 3pm         Life at St Anne's Fayre. Meet our staff and learn about applications, accommodation, food, welfare, careers/internships and disability support.
3pm - 3:45pm    Medicine demonstration interview.
3:45pm - 5pm     Free cream tea. First come, first served. Please collect a ticket from the registration desk.

 

Pre-booking is not required for any sessions.

College tours with our Student Ambassadors run from 9am to 5pm at regular intervals.

 

We can offer a limited amount of accommodation free of charge on 19th and 20th September for prospective applicants who would have to travel more than 3 hours to attend the Open Day.

For more information about our Open Days, or to request accommodation, please contact our Outreach Officer who will be happy to help. We look forward to welcoming you! 

 

"Thank you for such an informative and enjoyable open day! The relaxed and welcoming attitude of all the staff and students was refreshing and dispelled any preconceptions about the University and the type of people who study there."