Undergraduate Open Days
Mathematical Institute Open Days 2013
- The Open Days in 2013 are on Saturday 27th April, Saturday 4th May, Wednesday 26th June, Thursday 27th June and Friday 20th September.
- Each of the above five Open Days (with the exception of 4th May for Computer Scientists) includes the chance to hear talks on the Mathematics, Mathematics and Philosophy, Mathematics and Computer Science and Mathematics and Statistics degrees, and to meet current tutors and students from each.
Talks for those that attended the April and May open days are available online https://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/prospective-students/open-day-talks. You will need the password that was emailed to you after the open days.
Programmes of talks for both days are available below:
The June and September open days are University wide and will take place in both colleges and departments. The department does not require registration but you may need to book with a College to attend some of their events. More information can be found on the University Admissions open days webpages www.ox.ac.uk/opendays.
There is a short series of talks 10.30-12.00 in the department in the morning which is repeated again in the afternoon 15.00-16.30 so that visitors can also spend half the day at one of the many college open days also running. There are also seperate one-off talks at 14.30 for those interested in the Joint Degrees with Philosophy or Statistics. The talks in the department are written with students in mind, but are also suitable for parents and teachers. In the event, though, of the lecture rooms becoming overfull priority will be given to prospective students.
Programmes of Mathematical Institute talks for the University open days are now available:
If you have any enquiries please email opendays [-at-] maths [dot] ox [dot] ac [dot] uk or ring 01865 615205.
Oxford is within easy reach via road and rail from a number of places. See guidance on travel to the department.
We strongly recommended that you use public transport, if at all possible. If you do travel by car, please note that parking in the city centre is very limited. There are several Park & Ride bus services which run from car parks on the outskirts of Oxford. During the University wide open day, drivers coming from the east, including London, the south and the west are advised to use the Redbridge Park & Ride, while drivers arriving from the north can choose between Pear Tree and Water Eaton. Please avoid both the Thornhill and Seacourt Park & Rides which are often full.