All of the undergraduate colleges and most faculties/departments will be open to visitors on these dates, and you can find out more about the events taking place across Oxford on the Oxford University website.
During the Open Days, potential students and their family/friends can take tours of the College, and attend events such as:
- Talks by our Tutor for Admissions
- Q&A sessions with current students
- 'Meet the subject tutors' sessions (prospective students only: no parents/teachers)
Please note that booking is not essential for any aspect of our Open Days apart from accommodation, although if you would like to indicate your interest in attending any sessions you are welcome to do so using the accommodation booking forms below.
Open Day Programme of Events
09:00 - 09:45am Early bird talk with Tutor for Admissions plus Q&A session with current students
10:00 - 12:00pm Tours of college leaving from 1st quad with current students
12:30 - 13:00pm Meet with subject tutors
13:15 - 14:00pm Talk with Tutor for Admissions plus Q&A session with current students (this is the same talk as the Early Bird talk at 9am)
14:30 - 17:00pm Tours of college leaving from 1st quad with current students
Please note we are unable to offer lunch as part of our open days, although refreshments will be available all day in the dining hall.
Open Day Accommodation
As part of our Access and Outreach programme, Oriel offers a limited number of rooms to prospective students from state schools travelling long distances (more than 150 miles) for the night before our Open Days. There is no charge for accommodation (bed & breakfast) for attendees from schools in this category. A small quantity of accommodation is available for students from independent or overseas schools, priced at £60 per night.
All accommodation must be booked a minimum of two weeks in advance and we regret that we are unable to offer accommodation to parents. Accommodation for school groups is limited to a maximum of 7 per school and group bookings must be accompanied by a teacher or member of staff.
If you would like to enquire about staying with us, please contact: email@example.com / (01865) 616763
Online Registration Forms
Booking is not essential but encouraged for day visitors interested in attending our admissions talks or meet the tutors sessions. Booking is essential for those interested in accommodation.
Visiting at Other Times
If you can't make it to an Open Day, you are also welcome to come and have a look around Oriel at any other time. When you arrive in College, please report to the Lodge and tell them that you are a potential applicant. If you would like someone to show you around, please contact our Outreach Officer, India Collins-Davies (firstname.lastname@example.org) or our Admissions Officer, Joseph Cole (email@example.com) in advance of your visit.