Open Days provide an excellent opportunity to visit the Faculty and meet tutors and students. The Faculty holds its main open day in April or May 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, Italian, and Russian and other Slavonic Languages in February and March. This year’s dates will be added to this page as soon as they are confirmed.
Most students attending are in Year 12, but we welcome equally students from Year 11 who are finalising their sixth-form subject choices and looking ahead to higher study, as well as all others with an interest in applying (e.g. post-qualification, mature students).
Please note that you must register and book a place to attend the events below.
Upcoming Open Days
|German Open Day||23 February 2019||programme to follow||booking will open firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Spanish and Portuguese Open Day
||28 February 2019||programme to follow||booking will open email@example.com|
Modern Languages Open Day
|4 May 2019||programme to follow||booking will open in Januaryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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 email@example.com.
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.
- Modern Languages prospectus
- Oxford Admissions website
- Visiting Oxford and University Open Days website
- How to get to Oxford (by train, bus, plane, etc.)
- Oxford Park and Ride details
- Directions to the Taylor Institution
- Directions to the Language Centre
- Directions to the Examination Schools
French Sixth-Form Masterclass
We run an annual French Literature Masterclass for sixth-formers at state schools in Oxfordshire, which involves a range of interactive workshops and overviews of key techniques in literary criticism. If you are studying French at A Level in Oxfordshire and would like to attend, please contact us or ask your teacher to do so. We are making some of the content from this day available online in the form of recorded introductions to literary skills e.g. ‘Time and Tense’, ‘Theatricality’ and ‘Perspective’. Please browse our Youtube page to view these.
Our annual conference for teachers is run through the Sir Robert Taylor Society, a network of academics at Oxford and Modern Languages Teachers across the UK and beyond. You can find out more about it here. The 2018 conference will be held at Somerville College, Oxford on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 September and offers a programme of talks related to literature, and an insight into the Oxford admissions process. While our main activity is the conference, we also use the SRTS network to disseminate information about other upcoming outreach events and activities. If you are a teacher, please get in touch to be added to our mailing list.