We are delighted to announce that the Faculty will be participating in the Virtual Open Days on Wednesday 30th June, Thursday 1st July and Friday 17th September.
Although it is not possible to open the doors of our buildings to visitors, you will have the opportunity to browse the Faculty's dedicated Virtual Open Days webpages and view specially created content.
It is free and booking is not required. For more information on University Open Days click here.
On Virtual Open Days visitors will have the opportunity to browse the Faculty's dedicated Virtual Open Days webpages and view specially created video content including:
||An introduction to undergraduate study at Oxford's Faculty of Theology and Religion
|HOW TO APPLY
||Presentations featuring specific advice on the application and admissions process for the BA Theology and Religion; BA Philosophy and Theology and BA Religion and Oriental Studies. Features Dr Mary Marshall and a special presentation from Dr Dave Leal on the Philosophy Test.
Professor Sarah Foot lectures on Religion and the origins of the Holy Roman Empire
Dr Dafydd Daniel lectures on Should faith be optimistic or pessimistic?
|MEET OUR STUDENTS
||Some of our current students greet you remotely and share their experiences of studying at the Faculty.
Video content will be available all day on Virtual Open Days and for some time afterwards.
In addition, we look forward to welcoming you to Q&A sessions scheduled throughout the day on 30th June and 1st July:
||Who will be answering questions?
Online (typed) chat Q&A: Type your questions for some immediate typed answers
or submit questions for the Livestreamed Q&A at noon.
You can 'upvote' ('like') existing typed questions.
Livestreamed video Q&A: Panelists answer popular questions submitted that morning (before 11:45).
Dr Mary Marshall
Dr Dave Leal
We look forward to welcoming you!
In the meantime, there are plenty of alternative online opportunities to discover Oxford and all that it has to offer. Visit our Online Resources page for useful links.
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