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July Open Days - CANCELLED

The University of Oxford has announced that the July Open Days should not go ahead as planned, and so the Ruskin regrets that it is also cancelling its Open Day events in July. 

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Student Installation / Anna Leader

The University of Oxford is effectively physically shut, with everybody working, teaching and studying from home, except at key science/medical research labs, and for a small number of people who provide essential services required for the integrity of the University.  We do not expect to be able to return to our buildings until mid-summer at the earliest, and likely later.  

At the moment we are hoping that the 18 September Open Day will run but realise this may not be possible due to ongoing social distancing rules.  In the meantime, the University is strongly committed to making sure prospective applicants have plenty of alternative online opportunities to discover Oxford and all that it has to offer. You can visit the main University Admissions page and we also encourage you to sign up for the latest news from undergraduate admissions and outreach. These regular newsletters for prospective applicants will not just offer important updates, but insights into student life, as well as detailed advice and guidance on the steps to making a strong application.  

We hope very much to welcome you to the Ruskin in due course, and for the time being hope you and your loved ones stay safe and well.