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BFA Applications 2022 for 2023 entry: portfolio submission
Thank you to all those candidates who have successfully submitted their application through UCAS to study Fine Art at the University of Oxford's Ruskin School of Art. The UCAS deadline has now passed and the University cannot accept late applications. The deadline for the second part of the application - portfolio submission - is 11:59pm / 23:59 GMT on Wednesday 2 November.
You must submit your portfolio on the digital platform SlideRoom. We regret we cannot accept physical portfolios.
If you have successfully submitted your UCAS application, you should have received an email from the Ruskin with the link to SlideRoom (please check your 'junk' mailbox). If your UCAS application has been sent, but you have not received an email from the Ruskin, or if you have any problems with, or queries about, using SlideRoom, please email us at email@example.com.
The deadline for portfolio submission is 11:59pm / 23:59 GMT on Wednesday 2 November.
An application is made void if a portfolio is not submitted.
The instructions and guidelines for uploading work are on the SlideRoom site, including information about types of files that can be uploaded (jpegs, pdfs, mp4, etc). Candidates can begin, return to and edit their portfolio repeatedly before finally submitting it, but once submitted, they cannot re-submit - the Ruskin can only consider the initial submission (and not any subsequent, additional submissions).
Please be sure to use the same name and email address as in your UCAS application, and also include your UCAS number when requested.
Following the deadline for portfolio submission, shortlisting decisions will be communicated to candidates in due course by their college of application (or, if they made an open application, the college to which their application is assigned).