Outreach

Upcoming Events and Deadlines

Bookings are currently open for the Mathematics Open Days

Bookings are currently open for the spring Computer Science Open Day

Bookings are currently open for the Oxford and Cambridge Student Conferences

March - Oxford and Cambridge Student Conferences (March 15th Edinburgh - 18th Swansea  - 19th Birmingham - 20th Aintree - 21st Newcastle - 26th Lisburn - 27th & 28th Epsom)

20th March - Statistics Taster Day

27th April, 4th May - Mathematics Open Day

11th May - Computer Science Spring Open Day

19th June - Further Maths What Next (years 11 & 12)

3rd July, 4th July, 20th September - University Open Days (no booking required)

 

For a full list of outreach events at the University of Oxford, see this calendar.

Undergraduate Open Days

There are two Departmental Open Days for prospective undergraduates each year - BOOKING NOW OPEN! The Mathematical Institute also runs a programme of talks during the three University Open Days.

Primary

Lottery balls
Events, competitions, and some recommended mathematical reading for under 11s.

Years 7-8

Links to resources and activities for students aged in Years 7-9.

Years 9-11

Events for students in Years 9-11 and links to resources to develop mathematical problem solving.

Years 12-13

Explore our summer schools, taster days, and problem solving workshops for students in Year 12 and 13 (ages 16-18).

Oxford Mathematics Public Lectures

Below are listed upcoming public lectures and events at the Mathematical Institute. Click through into this section for a more detailed listing of all such events and also links to some public lectures online.

Posters

International Mathematical Union poster
From Oxford mathematicians to the Oxford Mathematics Alphabet we hope these posters will inspire you and your students and brighten up your classroom walls.

Oxford Mathematics Alphabet

The Oxford Mathematics Alphabet is an outreach project showcasing the amazing and wonderful research going on at the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford.