Open Days provide an excellent introduction to life and study at Lincoln College and at Oxford colleges in general, and include an overview of how an Oxford college community works, as well as opportunities to meet current undergraduates and tutors.
2016 Open Days:
29th and 30th June 2016
16th September 2016
As well as tours led by undergraduate ambassadors, Lincoln College staff and tutors will be available at various points during the day to meet prospective applicants, parents, carers and teachers.
|All day||College tours|
|All day||'Ask an Expert' desk|
|08:45 - 09:15||'Getting the most out of your Open Day' - an introductory talk||Overnight guests only|
|12:15 - 12:45||Lunch||Booked guests only|
|12:45 - 13:30||'The College Experience' discussion||Prospective applicants only.|
|12:45 - 13:30||'Oxford Admissions: your questions answered'||Teachers and parents.|
|13:30 - 14:15||Meetings with subject tutors||Prospective applicants only.|
|13:30 - 14:00||Student Finance discussion||Teachers and parents.|
Advance booking and accommodation:
Advance booking is only required for overnight accommodation, and lunch on the Open Day itself. All of our other tours, talks and tutor meetings do not require you to book - just come and say hello at our welcome desk on the day!
Free of charge overnight accommodation is available at Lincoln for prospective applicants who are travelling more than 100 miles to Oxford. All accommodation is for the night before the Open Day, and dinner can be included if desired. We regret that we're unable to offer accommodation to parents/guardians.
To book accommodation and/or lunch at Lincoln, please complete our online booking form by clicking here. If you are a teacher who would like to book on behalf of a school group, please contact the Admissions Officer.
On the day:
Lincoln College will be open from 9am until 5pm to welcome drop-in visitors. Tours of the College, led by our friendly undergraduate ambassadors, will run every few minutes throughout the day and do not require advance booking. You may also wish to visit our 'Ask an Expert' desk, where the Schools Liaison Officer, Admissions Officer or Senior Tutor will be delighted to answer your questions or offer advice on your application.
Advance booking is not required to attend our subject tutor meetings, but please be aware that some sessions have a limited capacity, so please ensure you arrive in good time.
Other opportunities to visit:
Prospective applicants are very welcome to drop in and look around the College throughout the year. Our Schools Liaison Officer is happy to meet applicants and their families at any time, or to arrange a tour of Lincoln with a current undergraduate studying your subject.
You are also welcome to look around the College yourself. Please call in advance to check that Lincoln is open.
Teachers wishing to bring a school group on a different date may wish to look at our schools liaison pages.