Open Days

Graduate Open Day – Wednesday 27th November 2019

We invite you to our Graduate Open Day. This is an opportunity to learn all about our Graduate Programmes here at the Faculty of Music, including the DPhil, MSt and MPhil. The Open Day will begin at 2pm at the Faculty of Music. Please register your interest in the event here.


Undergraduate Open Days

The open days are held in the Summer, usually in July and September.

We welcome parents, guardians and teachers. You do not need to book to attend our Undergraduate Open Days. However you will probably want to visit colleges, several of which may require you to book in advance should you wish to join their formal programmes of activity. Most colleges will be open if you simply wish to take a brief tour. Do visit individual college websites to check.



The Choral and Organ Awards Open Day  – Saturday 2nd May 2020

This day provides a great opportunity to find out about choral and organ awards and the various college choirs. You will have the opportunity to meet and work with some of the directors of music and current choral and organ scholars. There will be a programme of workshops  and a chance to sing with one of the College choirs for Choral Evensong.  You will also receive advice on how to prepare for the organ and choral auditions. This is a wonderful chance to get a taste of what it would be like to be a choral or organ scholar at Oxford.

Information on how to sign up for the next Choral and Organ Awards Open Day will be confirmed closer to the event.

We will send you further information (maps and details about your arrival) closer to the time. On arrival you will receive details of Workshop and Evensong venues. Please bring smart clothing to wear for the Evensong.

Find the programme of the 2019 day here as an example: Organ and Choral Open Day Programme 2019




Advice on travelling to Oxford for Open Days

We strongly recommended that you use public transport, if at all possible. If you do travel by car, please note that parking in the city centre is very limited. There are several Park & Ride bus services which run from car parks on the outskirts of Oxford. Drivers coming from the east, including London, the south and the west are advised to use the Redbridge Park & Ride, while drivers arriving from the north can choose between Pear Tree and Water Eaton. Please avoid both the Thornhill and Seacourt Park & Rides which are often full. For maps and further details about travel and parking, please see Maps and Directions.

Please note that if you are coming a significant distance and would like college accommodation during your visit, you need to follow the college links detailed on this webpage for further information on how to arrange this.