Open days in 2019 (for 2020 entry) will be held on Wednesday 3rd July, Thursday 4th July and Friday 20th September.
ATTENDING AN OPEN DAY
No booking is required to attend our open days.
All open days follow a similar format. You can download the programme for our open days here.
Our programme will cover course structure and admissions, including academic entry requirements, pre-interview test requirements, and our short-listing process. There will be ample opportunity for you to find out more from current students regarding what it is really like to be an undergraduate at Oxford, and to seek any advice you may need from staff on our help desk.
VISITING OTHER DEPARTMENTS & COLLEGES
Teaching for Biomedical Sciences spans several departments, many of which will also be open on these dates. Other departments nearby which will host open days for related subjects will be:
- Biochemistry (Molecular and Cellular): Department of Biochemistry
- Psychology (Experimental) and Psychology, Philosophy & Linguistics; Department of Experimental Psychology
- Pre-clinical Medicine: Medical Sciences Teaching Centre
- Biology: Departments of Zoology and Plant Sciences
A number of colleges will also be open on the same dates, and you will need to book to attend most organised events in colleges. Further information can be found on the University's open days website.
Open day location
Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, Sherrington Building, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PT