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7 March 2024

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St Hugh’s College to host all expenses paid Admissions Workshop

In an aim to demystify Oxford and the admissions process, St Hugh’s College is hosting a two-day admissions workshop on 25 and 26 March on behalf of the Doctoral Training Partnership in Environmental Research at Oxford.

Following the success of last year’s pilot workshop, the all-expenses paid programme will provide invaluable advice on the Oxford application process including how to write a good CV and key interview techniques. Attendees will get to meet current academics and students so that they can ask all the questions they perhaps never felt confident in asking before. It is hoped that demystifying Oxford will broaden the diversity of people that apply to the University.

Talking about his experience at last year’s workshop, attendee, Adam Butlin said, ‘It’s been really open, inclusive and welcoming’.

The closing date for applications 9.00am on Thursday 14 March.

For information on the criteria and how to apply please click here. Below is video taken at last year’s Application Workshop.


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