Undergraduate Open Days
2023 Mathematics Open Days
The Mathematics Departmental Open Days will take place 22 April 2023 (in-person, in Oxford) and 29 April 2023 (virtual event).
The University Open Days will take place on 28 June, 29 June, and 15 September 2023. These are in-person events in Oxford.
University Open Days
The June and September open days are University-wide and will take place in both colleges and departments. The Mathematical Institute does not require registration but please check directly with Colleges/other departments whether their open day events require pre-booking. More information can be found on the University open days page.
More details concerning the structure of the day will appear here.
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Departmental Open Days – Saturday 22 April (in-person), Saturday 29 April (virtual)
In April we are running two Mathematics-specific open days, with one in-person event and one virtual event. We hope that by running one open day in-person and one open day online, we are able accommodate as many people as possible from across the country and around the world.
Registration is necessary for the in-person open day on 22 April, and links to registration forms can be found in the table below. To maximise capacity on the in-person day, three separate streams will run. All three streams include talks of interest to those applying for Mathematics or Mathematics & Statistics. Exactly one of the streams includes talks of interest to those applying for Mathematics & Computer Science. The talks are somewhat academic in flavour, and aimed at students. We ask that you please only book a place for an accompanying teacher/parent/guardian if you have an access need.
|Date||Event||Start Time||Suitable for applicants for...||Booking Link||Timetable|
|22 April||Mathematics||10:00||Maths / Maths & Statistics / Maths & Philosophy||[fully booked]||Maths 10:00|
|22 April||Mathematics & Computer Science||10:00||Maths / Maths & Statistics / Maths & Computer Science||[fully booked]||Maths & CS 10:00|
|22 April||Mathematics||11:00||Maths / Maths & Statistics / Maths & Philosophy||[fully booked]||Maths 11:00|
No registration is necessary for the virtual open day on 29 April. In order to register to receive email communications and links to virtual resources, please complete the webform here.
To access the Online Open Day 29 April, please click/tap here.
Oxford is within easy reach via road and rail from a number of places. See guidance on travel to the department for a location map.
We strongly recommended that you use public transport, if at all possible. If you do travel by car, please note that there is no parking available at the Mathematical Institute and 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. Where possible, we advise parking at Pear Tree and taking the number 300 bus which stops opposite the entrance to the Mathematical Institute on Woodstock Road.
Please be aware…
During your visit to Oxford you may see third-party organisations handing out leaflets in the street, claiming to offer advice on the application process. Please be warned that these businesses are not affiliated with the University of Oxford, and they may charge for their services. We encourage you to take advantage of the many free opportunities and resources provided by the University and the departments (such as those on our MAT page).
Archive of 2021 Open Day videos
The 2021 Departmental Open Days were online-only, with live broadcasts and pre-recorded content. The live sessions were recorded, and the links below will take you to the recording.
The virtual open days also included a variety of pre-recorded videos; some made specially for the open days, and some made ahead of the open days. A partial list follows.
- Maths at Oxford 2021
- The Andrew Wiles Building from the air
- Pure Mathematics 2019
- Applied Mathematics 2021
- Machine Learning 2021
- Infinity Machines
- Mathematics and Philosophy 2021
- Introduction to Computer Science 2021
- Mathematics and Computer Science 2021
For more information, please see