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Oxford and Cambridge Virtual Student Conference, 14-25 March 2022 (live days 22-24 March)

About the event

The Oxford and Cambridge Student Conferences are joint, regional events for Year 12 students (or equivalent) who are studying for their A Levels/IB (or equivalent) and beginning to consider their options for study beyond sixth form.

We want students to have the opportunity to gain a deeper insight into what living and studying at Oxford and Cambridge is like, an understanding of how both universities assess applications and the opportunity to ask any questions they may have.

The conferences offer:

  • Live webinars covering a range of topics including making a competitive application
  • Live subject webinars with current students
  • New for this year – live and recorded sessions for international students
  • Videos covering a wide range of subjects, created especially for the Conference
  • Opportunity to chat with academics during live, typed Q&A sessions
  • Information for teachers and advisers

Programme

Live sessions for different subject areas will take place over three days. In addition, there will be a range of video content available to view throughout the conference.

  • 22 March – Science and Technology
  • 23 March – Arts and Humanities
  • 24 March – Social Sciences

PDF icon View the full schedule of live sessions 

Booking

It is FREE to attend the virtual conference but you still need to book in advance. Students and teachers can book themselves on to the conference.

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Any Questions?

Please see our frequently asked questions and privacy statement for further information. If you have any further questions, please get in touch.

See also the conference website: https://ocsc2022.vfairs.com

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Contact Us

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Student Conferences Team
T 01223 765514
E studentconferences@admin.cam.ac.uk

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