1. Key information for new graduates
New graduates are required to complete the Graduate Information Form (currently closed, but will be reactivated in September 2020), giving their personal and emergency contact details, a recent picture, and confirming that they have read and understood the Student Handbook (on the left of this page). New students should also ensure they complete their medical registration with Summertown Health Centre.
The University’s Examination Regulations are published and kept up to date online. In addition to information about the general conduct of exams at Oxford, the website lists the regulations covering each of the University’s degrees; it is important for students to be familiar with the rules covering their course, and students should consult the Regulations at least once a year to ensure that changes do not go unnoticed. As the website provides an archive, it is imperative that students take care to find the appropriate year’s regulations.
Please refer to the St Hugh’s Student Handbook, Medical Information sheet and FAQ section at the bottom of this page, and direct any other queries to the College Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01865 274929.
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When should I arrive in Oxford?
Your arrival date will depend on the start of your course, which will vary between courses. Most induction events will take place in 0th Week (Freshers’ Week, beginning Monday 5th October 2020).
When will I get my university/student card?
Arrival packs can be collected from the College Office in Main Building from mid-September; these will contain a number of important documents, along with your university card.
How do I complete medical registration?
New graduates should complete the online form with Summertown Group Practice.
- Who should I speak to if I encounter difficulties while I am new to Oxford?
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