Open Days 2024

The 2024 undergraduate Open Days will be held on:

  • Wednesday 26th June
  • Thursday 27th June
  • Friday 20th September 

Most undergraduate colleges and departments will be open to visit these days too, so you can pop in and see lots of different places. We recommend that you plan your visit before your arrive, so you can make the best out of your day(s) as there's lots to see and do. We also recommend that your organise your day to visit departments first and then colleges second. Departments are not normally open to visitors, so we recommend focusing on this first.

Timetable at Corpus 2024

Corpus will be open from 9:30am to 5pm, and we are offering tours across the day with our current undergraduate students. We also have the following events taking place on all three days (please note, you do not have to book for these sessions):

  • 12:30pm - (free) sandwich buffet lunch (first come, first served!)
  • 1:10pm - demonstration admissions interviews, one in the humanities, one in science
  • 2:25pm - life at Corpus Christi panels, one in the humanities, one in science

The demonstration admissions interviews gives prospective students an insight into what you could expect at interview. We will offer two interviews; one in a science subject (such as Materials Science, Biochemistry, or Psychology), and one in a humanities subject (such as History, English, or Classics). 

We are introducing a new session this year; life at Corpus. We will have two panels available; one in the sciences, one in humanities. On the panel, there will be two or three students and a tutor available to discuss what to expect whilst studying a degree at Corpus Christi and the University of Oxford. This session will be open to questions from prospective students. 

We look forward to welcoming you to Corpus Christi! 

Open Days 2023

We were so happy to welcome prospective students back to the College in June and September. In total, we had over 2,000 visitors see us on our three Open Days. Tours were available all day with our subject ambassadors taking visitors to view the library, the chapel, the Dining Hall, and student accommodation. We had demonstration interviews for prospective students to watch (one in the humanities and one in a science subject), followed by the opportunity to meet some of our tutors. 

Any questions?

If you’d like more details or want to discuss access or mobility needs for your visit, please contact our Outreach and Admissions Office in advance if possible. We will be glad to help.