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Two Trinity student ambassadors in matching blue shirts hold up undergraduate prospectuses.

Trinity College

Open Days

Open Days at Trinity College

For 2024

Trinity College is delighted to be participating in the University Open Days, taking place this year in Oxford on Wednesday 26 and Thursday 27 June. The College will be open to prospective applicants, teachers and parents from 10:00 until 16:30 on each day.

Join us for any of the following:

  • College tours led by our undergraduate students - 10:00-16:30 (all welcome, no booking required.)
  • Admissions and Life at Trinity College - 12:30-13:30 (all welcome, no booking required)
  • Subject talks with Trinity College tutors (applicants only, booking required and opens on Wednesday 12 June) - 13:00-15:30

We have a very limited amount of accommodation available for the night of Tuesday 25 (sorry the night of Wednesday 26 June is fully booked) for state-school students from schools/colleges 70 or more miles from Oxford. Students can express interest in this at Trinity College Open Day accommodation.

Subjects admitted by Trinity

Biochemistry Engineering Science Medicine
Biomedical Sciences English Modern Languages
Chemistry History Music
Classics Law Mathematics
Philosophy & Modern Languages Computer Science Materials Science
PPE Economics & Management Theology & Religion
Physics    

Subject sessions with Trinity tutors

These sessions are for prospective applicants only, and can be booked here from Wednesday 12 June.

University Events

Find out about the other events taking place by checking out the University website, and stay tuned for more information!

Visit Our

Virtual Open Day Micro-Site

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 University. 

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.

Professor Peter McCulloch (Medicine)

I don't think it would be an exaggeration to say that I'm the happiest here that I've ever been.

Laura (Maths, second year)

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.

Frankie (PPE, second year)

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!

Professor Katherine Ibbett (French)