History of Art Open Day, 29 June 2022
Please book your place for this year's Open Day which will be held in-person at the Examinations Schools, 75-81 High Street, Oxford. Please view the link here for how to find the venue. The Open Day is an opportunity to find out more about our undergraduate BA History of Art course, as well as an opportunity to attend a teaching session.
Our Open Day takes place the morning of Wednesday 29 June 2022. Booking in advance is required - last day to book is Friday 24 June. To book a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your following details:
- Full name
- Contact details (email and telephone)
- Name and address of your school
- Any access/other needs we should be aware of
Important: there will now be just the one session which takes place at 9.30am and finishes 10.55am. Due to number restrictions, we are unable to offer places for parents, guardians, family/friends, or teachers. Please note that the Department of History of Art itself will be closed to the public, so you won't be able to physically view or tour the department.
Open Day Session for Wednesday 29 June
9.30-10.15: Welcome and introduction to the BA History of Art course, including admissions and careers information. There is also an opportunity for Q&A.
10.15-10.55: A talk/teaching session in two halves.
The Department of History of Art offers a programme of events as part of UNIQ, which is a programme of free summer schools at Oxford University for students studying in their first year of further education in UK state schools/colleges. Students who apply for the History of Art UNIQ course will live in an Oxford college/annexe, and attend a week-long programme consisting of lectures and classes taught by tutors and museum staff. These lectures and classes will often take place in front of the objects being discussed within Oxford museums and galleries. Students will also have the opportunity to use Oxford’s libraries for project work, meet with current History of Art undergraduates, explore colleges offering the BA History of Art degree, and attend sessions offering advice on applying to Oxford. Further information, including how to apply, can be found here: http://www.uniq.ox.ac.uk/