The Faculty of Law held Open Days in the middle of March. Each year schools throughout the UK are invited to nominate sixth form students to come for one of the three days and learn about the law courses available at Oxford. In some cases overnight accommodation is available and all students receive lunch when they attended. Although the visit is brief, visitors are able to see a small part of Oxford, hear a taster law lecture and a talk about admissions, and by far the most important, ask current students questions about their law degrees.

These Open Days are made possible by the generous support of Clifford Chance.

More Open Days in 2015

If were unable to come in March, but would like to visit the Faculty of Law, why not come to one of our summer Open Days? On Wednesday 1 July, Thursday 2 July and Friday 18 September most of the colleges, faculties and departments of the University will be open to prospective students and their parents, guardians or teachers. Oxford will be full of students from all disciplines ready and waiting to show you round, answer any questions you have about our courses, the city and life as an Oxford student.

Some departments require you to book a place, while others don't. You can find out more details on the University Open Days webpage. At the Faculty of Law there will be a talk about the law degree programmes followed by a Q&A session with current law students. There is no need to book for these talks which are at 10.00 and 14.00. More information will be added to our website nearer the time, so watch for updates.