The Faculty of Law holds undergraduate Open Days in March, June, and September each year.
We look forward to seeing you at one of our events!
Oxford University Open Days
Our June and September Open Days are part of the University-wide Oxford Open Days. For more information on all the different sessions and college events, please see www.ox.ac.uk/opendays.
2017 University open days will be held on Wednesday 28 June, Thursday 29 June and Friday 15 September.
The Law Faculty will be open all day to drop-in visitors, with current students on hand to answer any questions you might have about the subject, the Faculty, or their experience of Oxford student life.
In-depth information sessions are also scheduled (at 10am and repeated at 2pm), where a member of the Faculty will talk about the courses available followed by a Q&A session on anything from the LNAT to student life. There is no need to register or to book a place for this talk, simply turn up on the day.
Colleges will be open to visitors and we encourge everyone to look round different Colleges during their visit. Some Colleges are running their own Law sessions - see the pdf on the right for details.
Please note that we are currently undergoing building works at the Faculty and as such disabled access is convoluted. Please do get in touch with us in advance if there is anything we can do to help.
Faculty Open Days
Our Academic Taster Days are only bookable through schools/colleges. These Faculty Open Days provide a full day’s programme, with everything from sessions on applications, interviews, and the LNAT, to mock lectures and tutorials by Law Faculty professors.
The 2017 Law Faculty Open Days will be held on Monday 13, Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 March.
Bookings for these open days are now closed.
If you are a teacher or other school/college representative who would like to be added to our mailing list for future events, please do not hesitate to contact us.
01865 271491 or email@example.com
All Open Day events are held in the Faculty of Law, St Cross Building, St Cross Road, Oxford OX1 3UL.
Other ways to engage…
- Pathways to Law
- Oxford University’s UNIQ Summer Schools
- Oxford University’s Widening Participation programmes
- Target Schools (OUSU)
- Information for teachers
- Regional Outreach and College Link Regions
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