More Ways to Learn about St Hilda’s College and the University of Oxford

The Admissions Information Centre (admissions i) is available to help you with any queries you may have about the University, the colleges and the application process. The Centre is usually open 9am-5pm Monday to Friday and can provide you with a range of literature, including copies of the University prospectus and course brochures, as well as financial information. Teachers, applicants and parents are welcome to browse their web pages and drop by, or call, the Centre for information and guidance.

Guided Tours

If you are unable to attend one of our College open days, you could book a place on one of the admissions talks and taster tours, which are run by The Admissions Information Centre during the UK school and college holidays and on other dates throughout the year. These tours provide an opportunity to visit different departments and colleges, including St Hilda’s.

Audio Tours

The University has produced audio admissions tours which you can download to your mp3 player. You can choose from amongst several routes, most of which cover a different subject area, and directs you to a selection of undergraduate colleges and University locations. St Hilda’s is featured on the Red Route (Student Life).You can download these audio tours whenever you like, including when you’re in Oxford to help you find your way around the city and locate colleges, departments and other places of interest. You might be particularly interested in the following tracks on the Red Route:

Track 9: Katharine Terrell, Medieval and Modern Languages, talks about her life at St Hilda’s

Track 11: St Hilda’s College

Track 12: Sports at Oxford, featuring the University Sports Centre near St Hilda’s

Tracks 3, 4: College life at Oxford

Track 16: Applications

Track 19: Interviews

Online Resources

Go to iTunesU to access all the University’s admissions podcasts, along with public lectures, teaching material and interviews with leading academics.

Other online resources include Oxford's YouTube channel, Facebook page and Twitter feed, as well as a selection of video interviews of students called the Wall of 100 Faces.