Our final undergraduate open day of the calendar year will be held on Friday 14 September.

The Law Faculty will be open all day to drop-in visitors, with current students and staff 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 scheduled at 10am and 2:30pm. An academic member of the Faculty will talk about admissions and the courses available, followed by Admissions and Student Life Q&A sessions and an academic taster lecture. Priority will be given to prospective students, but there is a parents/carers information session and Q&A running parallel.

Our open day is part of the University-wide Oxford open day. We strongly encourage prospective students to visit different colleges during their visit. Colleges will be open for visitors, some running Law-specific sessions. For more information on all the different sessions and college events, including information on what to expect and how to prepare, please visit the University Open Day webpage.

There is no need to book to attend the University-wide Open Days. Visitors are admiited on a first-come-first-served basis and our talks have traditionally been very popular; therefore we recommend you arrive in plenty of time to ensure you get a seat. The afternoon sessions tend to be a little quieter.

Should you have any queries, or access requirements you would like to discuss in advance of the day, please do not hesitate to contact us.

There is lots of information about the open days, and visiting Oxford at other times, available on the main University webpage here.

You may also like to try the University of Oxford Audio Admissions Tours, which will aloow you to explore Oxford on foot, along with information about the University of Oxford from a student perspective and guidance on how to apply for an undergraduate degree course.