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OPEN DAYS

OXBRIDGE CLASSICS OPEN DAY 2017

The day is organised between Oxford and Cambridge universities and aimed at all students (UK and abroad) interested in pursuing a Classics degree at either university.

DATE: Friday 17th of March 2017

TIME: 09:00 - 16:30

LOCATION: University of Oxford: Sheldonian Theatre (morning session) & Andrew Wiles Building, Mathematics Institute (afternoon session). Please click on the links for details of both venues.

BOOKING: Admittance is strictly by advance booking only. Please ensure that all attendees (both students and parents/guardians/carers and teachers) have individually registered via the online booking system: see below for further details.

Due to limited space and capacity we will not be able to admit anyone who has not booked in advance. Please do not arrive at the venue without having made a booking as you will be turned away.



BOOKING FOR STUDENTS/PROSPECTIVE APPLICANTS

Students wishing to attend should book using our Outreach Event Registration sub-site:

https://event-reg.classics.ox.ac.uk


*Teachers: if you are bringing a group of students please ensure that they have all signed-up individually using the Registration link above.*



BOOKING FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS/CARERS & TEACHERS

Instructions:

This form is for parents/guardians/carers and teachers to book a place at this year's Oxbridge Classics open day. If more than one parent/guardian/carer will be accompanying a student please sign-up individually, i.e. by each completing and submitting a separate form rather than submitting one joint form. Likewise if more than one teacher will be accompanying a group of students, all will need to register individually.

If you have any enquiries contact: outreach@classics.ox.ac.uk

Note: You are not able to modify your choices once submitted.











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WHILE IN OXFORD ...

Oxford is a beautiful city of stunning architecture, history, and culture. You'll find ancient and modern colleges, fascinating museums and galleries, and plenty of parks, gardens, and green spaces in which to relax. Plus, the city centre is small enough to cover on foot, and only a few minutes walk from the main rail and coach stations.

While you are in Oxford please do explore the brilliant variety of Classics-related things the city has to offer.

Your guide to Oxford

Interactive Map of Oxford

BOOKSHOPS:

Blackwell's Bookshop on Broad Street is an academic book retailer founded in 1879 by Benjamin Henry Blackwell, after whom the chain is named, and has one of the best and most extensive Classics sections anywhere in the world.


MUSEUMS:

Ashmolean Museum

Pitt Rivers Museum


PHOTO-EXHIBITION: 'The Hidden Gospels of Abba Garima: Treasures from the Ethiopian Highlands'. African gospel books translated from Greek, with decoration derived from classical architecture.) See for details http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/event-reader/events/hidden-gospels.html

(Faculty of Classics, 66 St Giles' OX1 3LU)