- Date 22 March 2021
- Location Online Event
The Study Day is open to all UK students currently studying at non-selective state schools or sixth-form colleges in Year 12 (Lower Sixth) or equivalent, studying Mathematics at A-level (or equivalent).
What does the day involve?
The virtual Study Day in Mathematics will be a whole day event, offering pupils a chance to find out about studying Maths at Oxford University. Pupils will hear from current Oxford University students and tutors, experience an academic lecture, try out some problems for themselves and find out more about the application process to study Maths at Oxford.
Highlights of the day include:
- An academic taster session led by Dr Tom Crawford.
- An introductory lecture on applying to, and studying at, Oxford University.
- An interview workshop with a practice interview demonstration.
- Workshops examining MAT-style questions with Oxford Maths tutors and students.
- A virtual tour of St John's College.
How to Apply
Applications to the virtual State School Study Day in Mathematics 2021 have now closed. For information on similar events, please see our Study Days page.
Keen to come to a virtual event at St John's but unable to attend effectively from home?
We want to make it as easy as possible for you to attend our virtual events, meet our tutors and students and have the chance to ask them your questions. If you are attending a virtual College event from your home working space we may be able to help by providing items to support effective digital working. There are a range of digital support items available, and the item(s) you receive will depend on your personal requirements to work effectively from home. Click here to find out more about our Digital Assistance Awards, including eligibility and how to apply.
Do I need to meet particular criteria to join?
The virtual State School Study Day for Year 12 is open to pupils at all non-selective state schools and sixth-form colleges in the UK, who are studying Mathematics at A-level (or equivalent).
Selection is based on academic merit, using GCSE or National 5 performance. Pupils must be predicted to achieve at least AAA at A level or AAAAB/AAAAA in Scottish Highers (or equivalent). Where pupils from the Scottish system can offer Advanced Highers we would expect AA (for two subjects) or AAB (for three subjects). Places are generally limited to two per school/college, although larger establishments may be offered more places.
Do I have to pay?
No, this event is free to qualifying pupils. This event is hosted online, so there are no associated travel costs.