Open Days 2013
Full Open Days - Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th June 2013
These are our main open days. We will offer sample lectures, admissions talks, demonstrations, tours of the department and the chance to speak to current tutors and students.
We are open from 10am - 4pm. Our base for the day will be the Martin Wood Lecture Theatre. For directions, please see the Oxford Physics Map
You do not need to book to attend.
More details will be available nearer the time of this event.
Many other Departments and Colleges will also be open on this day, some of which you do need to book to attend. For more information please see www.admissions.ox.ac.uk/opendays
Please note, departmental tours are frequently over-subscribed and we often
ask parents to give priority to interested students.
Information Day - Friday 20th September 2013
A smaller open day, with tutors available to answer course-specific questions with course literature available for collection.
There will not be any tours of the department. More details will be available nearer the time of this event.
There will be an enquiry desk in the Martin Wood Complex from 10.00am to 4.00pm. For directions, please see the Oxford Physics Map
Some other Departments and Colleges will also be open on this day, some of which you do need to book to attend. For more information please see www.admissions.ox.ac.uk/opendays
The University Admissions Information Centre has produced some audio admissions tours that are designed to provide you with a student perspective about the University of Oxford and guidance on how to apply. Interested parties download a map and MP3 files and follow their chosen route around the city, taking in colleges, departments and places of interest.
For more information please see Audio Admissions Tours.
Virtual Tour of Physics
Sample life as a Physics student without moving from your computer! Our 'Virtual Tour' uses interactive web pages which allow you to explore and manipulate 360 degree photographic panoramas of the Physics department. The tour includes panoramas of the undergraduate practical laboratories and lecture theatres.