Online History Study Days
Oxford University’s History Faculty provides free online study days to encourage students in Year 12 (or studying in their first year of further education) at UK schools, sixth forms and FE colleges to develop their love for history. Study days offer the opportunity to find out about the latest exciting historical research, to learn with Oxford’s history tutors, and to develop historical skills and interests beyond schoolwork.
History study days typically last about 3.5 hours and are held online via Microsoft Teams. You will require access to a computer, tablet or smartphone with the Microsoft Teams App or a browser that is compatible with Microsoft Teams in order to attend the session.
The History Faculty’s outreach programme seeks to challenge educational inequalities across the UK. To find out more, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about other Oxford University outreach activities, including UNIQ summer schools, Oxplore digital learning resources, and teacher conferences, see: ox.ac.uk/access.
Virtual BAME Humanities Study Day
The 2021 study day is now open for applications!
Get the chance to explore what it is like to apply for and study a humanities degree at Oxford University. This virtual study day is for Year 12 students from UK State Schools who have Black, Asian, or Minority Ethnic (BAME) Heritage. The event will take place live via Microsoft Teams on the 8th April 2021 from 10:00-14:30.
You can find out more and complete the application here.
Applications close at noon on 8th March 2021.