Open Days and Enquiries
Want to study Earth Sciences? Thinking of coming to Oxford University?
Our final 2023 Open Day will be held on Friday 15 September.
10-10.30am – An introduction to Earth Sciences – Find out more about Earth Sciences, how the course is taught at Oxford, and where a degree in Earth Sciences could take you.
10.30-11.00am – Q&A session for students in the Seminar Rooms and Parents in the Teaching rooms
11-11.30am – Journey to the Centre of the Earth with Prof. Hauke Marquardt
11.30-12am – The Science of Jurassic Park with Prof. Erin Saupe
10-12pm and 2-4pm – Displays, demonstrations and tours – Observation, analysis, measurement, deduction: just some of the aptitudes needed to make a great Earth Scientist. Visit our stands, speak with our current students and tour the department to see if you could be a future Earth Scientist!
2.30-3.30pm – An introduction to Earth Sciences – (Repeat from 10am) Find out more about Earth Sciences, how the course is taught at Oxford, and where a degree in Earth Sciences could take you. With a joint Q&A for both parents and students at the end.
If you can not attend on the day you can access information and videos here.
If you would like to find out more about the Earth Sciences undergraduate course, you can check out our Undergraduate Prospectus, or if you missed our Live Q&A, you can get in touch with us via our Academic Office:
Telephone: +44 (0)1865 272040
Mail: Department of Earth Sciences, South Parks Road, Oxford , OX1 3AN
If you are thinking of applying to Oxford this October, we recommend you sign up for the latest news on developments in undergraduate admissions and outreach on the main University of Oxford mailing list. On the main site you will also find lots of other useful information about applying to Oxford, including an admissions timeline giving you an overview of the steps involved in your application. You can also access the latest University Prospectus here.