Interview: Undergraduate EntryShu Ishida was at a high school in Japan when he made his successful application to study as an undergraduate...
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If you are thinking of applying to Oxford for undergraduate study, how about taking part in one of our Open Days in Oxford?
Open Days in Oxford this year will take place on Wednesday 3 July, Thursday 4 July and Friday 20 September. On these days we welcome prospective students, their parents, carers and teachers to the University to meet staff and students and to find out more about Oxford and how to apply. There are talks on different courses, and the opportunity to visit various Colleges. There is also an Open Day Information Centre which will be open all day, so you can drop by to ask any outstanding questions you might have.
Please find more information about the Open Days on our website here. There is a useful video, some suggested itineraries and detailed information on what is being planned. It is not mandatory to register in advance to attend, but you may need to book ahead for certain popular sessions.
A new book in Japanese on life inside a refugee camp by Dr Naohiko Omata, Senior Research Officer at Oxford's Refugee Studies Centre, will be published on 20 June. Join the author on that day to hear more about the book and his experiences in the field.