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Alongside our School Visits into Trinity College for Years 7-12 which can be found here, we also organise a number of stand alone events that students can attend. This year, all of these have been run virtually.
We always advertise these events to Oxfordshire schools via our mailing list and Trinity's main Twitter (@TrinityOxford) and Instagram (@trinitycollegeox) accounts. Please email email@example.com to be added to our mailing list and follow us on social media to be the first to hear about these!
Here are some examples of the stand alone events Trinity is involved in:
Trinity runs a ‘Women in Sciences Event’ alongside Jesus and Wadham Colleges for Year 12 female students interested in studying science at university and this year, it was virtual. The day comprises of lectures and workshops delivered by female academics to give students a flavour of what it is like to study science at university and to encourage them to aim high in their applications to university. Each year, over 80 students attend from the North East, Wales, London and Oxfordshire. The event tends to happen in March and we begin advertising it in January or February.
This year Oxford’s Open Days were held virtually on Wednesday 1st July, Thursday 2nd July and Friday 18th September 2020. All colleges and departments took part, creating both recorded and live content for the days. Open Days tend to take place in June/July and September each year.
More information about Trinity’s usual activities on Open Days can be found here.
Additionally, many departments hold subject-specific Open Days throughout the year. Here are some examples:
Classics – March
Computer Science – May
Law – March
Materials Science – March
Mathematics – April and May
Modern Languages – May
This is not an exhaustive list so if your subject does not appear here, please check the department's page to see if they are running an open day this year!
Individuals are welcome to come and visit the college free of charge for a self-guided tour. This will give you a good feel for the college and its location. Please do email us in advance on firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to visit as we may be able to arrange for an undergraduate student to show you round.
If you would like to know more about student life at Trinity College and how current students decided on their course and college you can talk to them now via our ‘Chat to our students’ pop-up. You can also read an online version of our Alternative Prospectus which includes plenty of information about student life at Trinity.
Trinity College is in the centre of Oxford on Broad Street. It is easily accessible by car using one of Oxford’s Park and Ride systems. It is also a short walk from the Coach station at Gloucester Green and from Oxford Train Station. You can find out more about visiting and getting here on our Travel Information page.
We love hosting visitors in College and cannot wait to welcome students back when we can! If you would like to enquire about visiting College, please contact the team on email@example.com and we will give you the latest update on when we will be able to welcome you. In the meantime, check out our virtual open day and tours page below to get a feel for the college and our community!
Want to learn more about life in college but can't visit in person? Take a college tour led by some of our students or explore our Virtual Open Day.
Looking to deepen your subject knowledge or find inspiring new material to support your academic passion? Browse our hub for a great range of enrichment material.
We are lucky to be part of the University of Oxford, which has a huge range of outreach programmes, from summer schools to targeted support and student conferences.