Biology run a spring and summer school every year through the University's UNIQ programme. The courses are aimed at students studying in their first year of further education at UK state schools and colleges.
You apply for a specific course that aims to give you a realistic view of Oxford student life. If successful, you are invited down to Oxford to stay in a college for the week-long course. You attend lectures and seminars in their chosen subject, and workshops about applying to Oxford. You also take part in a variety of social activities in the evenings.
The UNIQ Biology course aims to give you a broad overview of what studying Biology at Oxford can look like. Activities can include visits to Wytham Woods, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Botanic Garden with lecturers – these will help give you an idea of the subjects you could study with Biology. We also run lab practicals, admission/course workshops and mock tutorials though-out your time with us.
For more information as to the UNIQ Schools, visit here.
Check out a couple of examples of the fantastic range of activities offered through the UNIQ Biology course!