Our final open day of the year will be 20th September.
If you are thinking of applying to Mansfield, our Open Day will give you the opportunity to take a tour of the college, meet our subject tutors, and to ask any questions that you may have about the college itself or the admissions process.
The Open Day will run from approximately 8.45am until 5pm, with student-led tours available all day. A timetable and booking form can be found below. Accommodation and lunch on the day will be available, and it is advisable that these be booked well in advance of the Open Days.
A list of subjects the Mansfield offers can be found here: Mansfield Subjects
The exact timetable will be confirmed closer to the time, but a provisional timetable can be found below.
08.45 onwards Registration
08.45-17.00 Tours by current students
09.00-09.45* Admissions Talk, including demonstration interview
Lucinda Rumsey, Tutor for Admissions
12.00-13.00 Lunch (booking required)
12.45-13.45 Admissions Talk and Tutors' Panel Session,
including demonstration interview
Lucinda Rumsey, Tutor for Admissions, and Mansfield subject tutors
*Repeated at 12.45
Refreshments will be available throughout the day. Lunch (if booked) and refreshments are free of charge.
Please note that most sessions on the Mansfield Open Day do not need to be booked in advance, but we recommend that you do so.
Lunch can be booked for prospective applicants and any accompanying staff members only (i.e. we are not able to offer lunch for parents). If you would like to request lunch you must book a place using the form below. All lunches must be booked by no later than one week before the Open Day you wish to attend.
For any queries about our Open Days, please contact the Academic and Admissions Manager at email@example.com or 01865 282920.
Please be aware: During your visit to Oxford you may see organisations handing out leaflets in the street, claiming to offer advice on the application process. Please be warned that these businesses are not affiliated with the University of Oxford, and they may charge for their services. We encourage you to take advantage of the many free opportunities that the University is offering to find out more.