Open days

Open Days provide an excellent opportunity to visit the Faculty and meet tutors and students. The Faculty holds its main open day in April each year, and information sessions on the main University open days in June.  There is a further open day in September, with additional open days in Spanish and Portuguese, German and Russian in February and March. Please see below for this year’s dates.

Please note that you must register and book a place to attend an Undergraduate Open Day.

Open Days schedule and bookings

Open Day Date Programme Bookings Contact
Main Faculty Undergraduate Open Day 29 April 2017 View (PDF) Make a booking | Amend a booking | Cancel a booking Nicola Gard
Modern Languages Undergraduate Open Day 28 & 29 June & 15 September 2017 To follow To open later in 2017 Nicola Gard

After booking, you will receive a ticket via email. If you do not receive your ticket within 24 hours, please check the spam folder in your email system and, if it is not there, contact us via email at office@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk.

Due to restricted places on our Open Days and the sheer volume of students wishing to attend, if after booking a place you are then unable to attend, please do cancel your place using the ‘cancel’ option(s) above, or email the relevant contact above to cancel your place for you.  

Further Information

The Modern Languages prospectus for undergraduates is available by clicking here.

Further information from Undergraduate Admissions is available by clicking here

Further details for Visiting Oxford and Open Days can be found by clicking here

Directions

For travel directions and maps for Oxford, please click here and here

For details on park and ride for Oxford, please click here

For details on how to find the Taylor Institution, please click here

For details on how to find the Language Centre, please click here

For details on how to find the Examination Schools, please click here

For details on how to find Lady Margaret Hall, please click here

For details on how to find Wadham College, please click here

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