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On Thursday 14 September we will be holding an information session on Applying for Graduate Study at the University of Oxford.
In this session we will have a live link with the Graduate Admissions and Recruitment and Student Fees and Funding teams in Oxford who will give a presentation in English about studying at Oxford at graduate level and how to apply to the University. There will also be information about scholarships available.
The admissions cycle for graduate programmes commencing in the 2024/25 academic year will open in September 2023. Please look at our Graduate Admissions website to find all the information you need to apply, including exactly which documents you need. We recommend that you start preparing your application as early as possible. The Graduate Admissions website fully outlines the application steps.
Oxford is fortunate to have a number of scholarships for students, many of which are funded through the generosity of our donors. Some scholarships are particularly aimed at Japanese students, and from this year we have a new scholarship called the ‘Oxford-Uehiro Graduate Scholarship Programme’ that will allow 5 scholars from Japan at any one time to undertake a graduate degree at the University of Oxford in any subject (except the MBA).
If you are hoping to study in Oxford in future, please come to this session to find out more about how to apply and what to expect.
If you would like to participate online, please indicate this in the ‘option’ section of the booking form and we will send you a link.
Thursday 14 September
18:30 – 19:30
UF Building 1F, 6-3 Sanbancho Chiyoda ku, Tokyo
Map to venue
This presentation is free of charge and will be delivered in English