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Open and Study Days
St Peter's will be participating in the University Open day to be held on Friday 16 September 2016.
The College will be open to drop-in visitors between 10am and 5pm, and there will be plenty of opportunity to meet with current students, who will also be leading tours of the College. Stop by the College to listen to live music (performed by our current students), while you enjoy some light refreshments that will be available throughout the day.
All events during the day are drop-in only - there's no need to book a place.
A full programme of events will be published closer to the date.
In order to find your way to St Peter's College and around Oxford please click here for some maps.
For those who are unable to attend an open day, visits at other times can be arranged. Potential applicants with specific questions are also welcome to contact the Tutor for Admissions by email.
St Peter’s will be hosting an Engineering study day for Year 13 students interested in applying to Oxford to study Engineering. Deadline to apply is 12 August 2016. Decisions will be made by Thursday 18 August. This day is provided free of charge and is aimed at students attending all UK schools. For those who may struggle to meet the costs of travel or who require accommodation because of travelling long distances to the college, help may be available and you are encouraged to get in touch with the Schools Liaison Officer, Lucy Dixon (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Programme for the day
|10:00-10:30am||Arrival and refreshments|
|10:30am||Welcome and Studying Engineering at Oxford talk|
|11:00am||Academic taster session 1 – Prof Tom Adcock|
|12:45pm||Walk to the Department of Engineering for tour|
|1pm||Tour of Department of Engineering|
|1:45pm||Walk back to St Peter's|
|2pm||Academic taster session 2 – Prof Charles Monroe|
|3pm-3:30pm||Demonstration Interview (optional)|
Those interested in applying should complete this form by no later than 12 August. Please note, places on this day are limited and we may make offers on a rolling basis. If you have questions regarding this event, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Lucy Dixon (email@example.com) or +44 (0)1865 278900.
This event is for Year 12 & 13 students attending state schools in the UK. Application deadline is midday Friday 9 September, with decisions being made shortly thereafter. The day is provided free of charge and is aimed at students considering applying for Biological Sciences at Oxford in October 2016 or October 2017. Help with travel costs and accommodation may be provided in some cases, and pupils are encouraged to contact the Schools Liaison Officer, Lucy Dixon, if this is required (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Programme for the day
|10:00-10:30am||Arrival and registration (refreshments provided)|
|10:30am||Introduction to Oxford and to Biological Sciences at Oxford|
|11am||Academic Session 1: Population dynamics (including foraging exercise), with Prof Michael Bonsall|
|12:30pm||Lunch (provided free of charge)|
|1:30pm||Academic Session 2: Disease dynamics & mosquitoes (including computer based exercise), with Prof Michael Bonsall|
|3pm||Student Q&A and tour of St Peter’s (optional)|
|3:30pm||End of day|
Those interested in applying for this event should complete the following application form by no later than Friday 9 September 2016. Please note, places on this day are limited and we may make offers on a rolling basis. If you have questions regarding this event, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Lucy Dixon (email@example.com) or +44 (0)1865 278900.