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September 3rd 2021

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Virtual Information Afternoon for state school sixth formers with Back, Asian, or Minority Ethnic (BAME) heritage

As part of our commitment to supporting applicants from all backgrounds, and in conjunction with the Oxford University Virtual Open Day on Friday 17 September, St Hugh’s College is running an online event: Application Support & Life in Oxford. This will take place after school, on Thursday 16 September, and is for Sixth Formers from UK state schools who have Black, Asian, or Minority Ethnic (BAME) heritage.

Sessions will run between 4pm and 6pm, and include four subject group discussions with our academics, a workshop with the Outreach Officer on preparing a competitive application, and a Q&A with current St Hugh’s undergraduates. There will be many opportunities to talk to us all, have your questions answered, and generally get to know people at St Hugh’s – a friendly atmosphere is guaranteed! To view the programme for the day please click here.

If you are interested in attending, please register here.

Please do not hesitate to contact us on if you have any questions

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