The Faculty Open Days are generously sponsored by CLIFFORD CHANCE

The Law Faculty Open Days will be running on Monday 16th, Tuesday 17th, and Wednesday 18th March 2020.

 
 

Applications 

Due to The General Data Protect Regulations, schools/colleges are no longer able to register and provide details for students who are interested in attending our Open Days.  Therefore, the following changes have been put into place to ensure that we are compliant with the new regulations.
Schools will be sent an invitation by email to nominate up to a maximum of three students to attend.  The nominated students must register using the provided URL, all students must be registered by Friday 21st of February. If a school wishes to nominate a candidate who is under the age of 16 we ask that you contact us directly.
Applications will open In January 2020 and booking will close on Friday 21st February, or earlier if all spaces are filled. We will operate a waiting list system once fully-booked. Places are limited to prospective applicants only; we are not able to accommodate teachers or parents (with the exception of students with specific access requirements). Please note that we are always oversubscribed for these Faculty Open Days, so book early to avoid disappointment!
Each school / college is invited to attend one of the three days. Each school / college can send up to three students. If you have more students who are interested in studying Law here at the University of Oxford, please get in touch.
You can contact us by email at lawfac@law.ox.ac.uk
 
 

Faculty of Law Travel bursary

 
We now offer a Travel Fund to replace the offer of accommodation for our Faculty Open Day.
The aim of this Travel Fund is to bring more individuals who have characteristics typically underrepresented in HE to the faculty.  This fund is for UK residents only.  All awards are made on a discretionary basis and are subject to funding of up to a maximum of £100.  Each case will be assessed individually.
 
To be eligible for the bursary candidates must meet at least one of the following criteria;
·         You are a student at a state maintained school/college and in receipt of government funded and income assessed financial support from their college or sixth form such as a 16-19 bursary.
·         You are a care leaver* or have experienced care**..
·         You are a recipient of Free School Meals
 
If one or more of your students meets one of the listed criteria, please indicate this on the Oxford Law Faculty Open Day Nomination Form that they would like to apply for the bursary and which of the eligibility criteria they meet.
Priority will be given to applications made for the travel bursary made by the 31st of January. 
*A ‘care leaver’ is defined as someone who was in the looked after system (care system) on their 16th birthday.
**A person with ‘experience of care’ is defined as someone who accommodated or was looked after (e.g. in foster care or a children’s home) for any period of time during their childhood