Working with Schools and Colleges
Trinity College is committed to recruiting the very best academic applicants regardless of background. We therefore run a variety of programmes for school groups. For more information about arranging a visit to or from Trinity, please contact the Admissions and Access Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Year 12 Visits
These are intended to get potential applicants thinking about the possibility of an Oxford application and what they should start doing now to support it. They usually include a talk on the admissions process, a tour of Trinity and of other colleges and an opportunity to meet current undergraduates and speak to them about their experiences.
The Admissions and Access Officer can make some visits out to schools to speak to prospective applicants in Years 12 and 13 and to staff.
Events for Teachers
Trinity recognises the value of the support that teachers give to their students during the university applications process, and is pleased to welcome enquiries from teachers of Years 12 and 13 as well as from prospective students.
Trinity’s Regional Links
The College enjoys a long-standing link with schools in County Durham. For the past decade, gifted students have had the opportunity to stay at the College through our partnership with Aimhigher County Durham.
Through the University’s Regional Outreach initiative, Trinity is the ‘link college’ for County Durham, Teesside and Oxfordshire. We are particularly pleased to develop links with these areas. Please note that this is not intended to replace any existing links that your school might have in Oxford, and has no bearing on the applications process.
For more information from the central university about Oxford's links with schools and colleges, please click here.