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This year’s Open Days are online, taking place on the 30th June and 1st July 2021.
Our students, staff, and academics will all be on hand to answer any questions you have about our courses, as well as about life at Trinity, financial support, and what it’s like to study here. There are also plenty of videos to watch, including a tour of college, a look round an undergraduate room, and a Q&A where students address some common FAQs.
The website will only be live on the day, so click through here and say hi!
Find out about the other events taking place by checking out the University website, and register for email updates about the Virtual Open Days.
10:30 English Language & Literature
12:30 Modern Languages
13:30 History & Politics
14:00 Economics & Management
14:30 Philosophy, Politics & Economics
15:00 Philosophy & Modern Languages / Theology
13:30 Biomedical Sciences
15:00 Engineering Science
15:30 Material Science
Chat to our students all day between 9:00 and 16:00
Meet the Undergraduate Access and Admissions team all day also between 9:00 and 16:00
I don't think it would be an exaggeration to say that I'm the happiest here that I've ever been.
Not everyone will be able to make it to Oxford for a visit, so we've put together a virtual experience to give you an idea of what life, study and facilities are like here. Have a look at any time, from wherever you are - before or after the online Open Days run by the Unviersity.
This is the only time in my life where I won the lottery without buying a ticket as this is a great community where I can just be myself. So, if learning and discovery and developing new knowledge fascinate you, then there’s nowhere better for you than Oxford. The opportunities are boundless.
About me: I come from a background of disadvantage: being a first generation, Free School Meals young carer, lacking that traditional ‘role model’ for help when it came to the university admission process. I spend most my spare time as a journalist, writing for TLDR News.
Favourite thing about my subject: It sounds cliche, but it’s happening before our very own eyes – it’s a subject that you can live and breathe, from struggles and ethical questions surrounding migration on Mexican border to the political powerplay in Russia.
Best thing about college life: The community. Hands down. Very, very quickly, you’ll come to know everyone – from the students to the porters – and be able to strike up conversations on any matter under the sun.
About me: As a biochemist, I have an interest in all things natural science- zoology, virology, genetics, but no surprises there! I also enjoy painting, cooking, and researching the chemicals inside skin care products. '
Favourite thing about my subject: My favourite thing about biochemistry is my organic mechanism tutorials as I already enjoyed the topic at A-Level and the content is satisfyingly challenging.
Best thing about college life: Dinners in hall with my staircase friends are the definite highlight of life at Trinity. Very wholesome vibes!
About me: I’m a first year doing English Lang + lit, and I’m an EU citizen living in north-east England. I’m deaf, love playing the piano, reading and currently learning how to embroider!
Favourite thing about my subject: My favourite thing about my subject is how broad it is: the course is super flexible so I’m able to follow my own interests in depth (as long as I can write about them well!). It means I can tailor the course to fit my own interests, which makes it a lot more fun!
Best thing about college life: The people! Everyone is so lovely, there’s always something going on and there’s always people who’s up for a laugh, a nice dinner or just chilling on the lawns! It’s a wonderful community.
About me: I'm a second-year student from Cheshire and serve as JCR Academic Affairs Rep, Treasurer of the Oxford Doctor Who Society, and organiser of Pokemon tournaments. I occasionally play the trumpet as well.
Favourite thing about my subject: My favourite thing about studying Maths is that there are those wonderful moments when a proof or a problem you are solving comes together, and you get a rush of excitement at the elegance and beauty of it all.
Best thing about college life: The wonderful people. I've made some amazing friends in my time here. The food's pretty legendary as well.
About me: I’m a second year medical student at Trinity! I’m from Maidenhead and went to a state school. I’ve loved being at Trinity so far and have enjoyed being involved in Oxford Marrow, the JCR committee and the Christian Union.
Favourite thing about my subject: I’ve loved doing the patient and doctor course which is where we have sessions with a GP and get to speak to patients ourselves. It’s great fun and makes me excited for hospital placements.
Best thing about college life: The best thing about college life for me is the community! It’s been lovely to have picnics on the Trinity lawns with friends. I also love the college family system- you’ve always got someone to go to for advice!
About me: I'm a third year biochemist at Trinity. I play football and piano and I was the previous BAME rep in the JCR last year.
Favourite thing about my subject: The dinners and social events where you can hang out with loads of current students, former students and tutors so its really interesting seeing where you can go and what you can do with the degree.
Best thing about college life: The food at Trinity is insane, it's top top tier.
About me: I am a 2nd year Biomedic. I came from a state school in London and I am the first generation in my family to go to University. I love learning languages, I have over 70 plants in my room and my favourite place is the Natural History Museum.
Favourite thing about my subject: Although it seems really specific, the degree is so broad. We study modules in genetics, physiology, psychology, cell biology, neuroscience and so much more. There is a also a focus on the experiments behind the discovery of ideas and some of them are so beautifully designed they bring me joy.
Best thing about college life: It is such a friendly environment, and you can just bump into anyone and start a conversation.
About me: I have just finished my first year of studying Biochemistry. Out of term time, I live in Sheffield, where the city is huge and tourism is non-existent which can make living in Oxford a bit weird.
Favourite thing about my subject: The variety of tutorial courses and your ability to arrange tutorials based around your strengths and weaknesses.
Best thing about college life: College life is amazing: combining the best of a city and campus university makes it feel like you know where you belong, as well as all the people around you. Being a relatively small college, everyone knows everyone else. Also, because of the college's location, it's easy to plan days out as everything is close by.
About me: My name is Ippy and I’m a second year Medical student at Trinity! I come from Reading and in my spare time I’m Managing Director of a student newspaper and I enjoy drawing and painting.
Favourite thing about my subject: The breadth of material covered in the first two years, and then the ability to choose what we study in third year after we’ve had exposure to so much and decided what our interests are.
Best thing about college life: College is relatively small so it’s lovely to just get to know everyone so well and have a real community here!
It's small but not suffocating; it's large but not dwarfing. I love the size, I love the open fields, I love the community feel of the whole college grounds.
Trinity College is a very warm and welcoming place. It is full of people who are really interested in what they do and those people come from a great variety of backgrounds!