There is a strong commitment to outreach at all levels of our Department. All members of staff are encouraged to actively disseminate their research to the public. This is most commonly done via press releases for important papers, in collaboration with the school press office. We run specific training courses and seminars on dissemination.
In the light of continued developments with coronavirus (Covid-19) our 2020 July Open Days will be going ahead as Virtual Open Days.
As such we’d like to invite you to join us - from the comfort of your living room! - to learn more about our Biology undergraduate course.
All Biology Open Day will be hosted centrally on the main university website here. Please do fill in this form to register your interest, although this is not compulsory to be able to attend.
The timetable and contents will be the same on both days:
10:00 – 11:00 – Admissions talk (followed by live Q&A chat with tutors and current students)
11:00 – 12:00 – Mock interview (followed by live Q&A chat with tutors and current students)
13:00 – 14:00 – Live Q&A chat with tutors and current students
16:00 – 17:00 – Live Q&A chat with tutors and current students
Make sure to keep up with us on Twitter and Instagram, where our Student Ambassadors will be sharing what they’ve loved about studying Biology at Oxford.
At the moment we are hoping that the 18 September Open Day will run but realise this may not be possible if social distancing is still in place. In the meantime, we are strongly committed to making sure you will have plenty of alternative online opportunities to discover Oxford and all that it has to offer you.
Biology run a spring and summer school every year through the University's UNIQ programme. The courses are aimed at students studying in their first year of further education at UK state schools and colleges.
Students apply for a specific course that aims to give them a realistic view of Oxford student life, and they are invited down to Oxford to stay in a college for the week-long course. They attend lectures and seminars in their chosen subject, and workshops about applying to Oxford. Participants also take part in a variety of social activities in the evenings.
The UNIQ Biology course will include visits to Wytham Woods, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Botanic Garden.
For more information as to the UNIQ Schools, visit here.