Schools and Outreach Programme at St Hilda's College, University of Oxford
Schools and Outreach Programme at St Hilda's College, University of Oxford

Schools & Outreach Programme

Due to the upcoming undergraduate admissions exercise, outreach at St Hilda's is currently paused until March 2022. If you took part in any outreach event at St Hilda's this year, we hope that you enjoyed it! We are hopeful that we'll be able to offer in-person visits to schools and colleges in Surrey and Hampshire by then. If you have any questions, please contact Emma Gregory, the Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach Officer. Please be aware, that due to undergraduate admissions, responses to emails will be significantly delayed between October and March.

Outreach at St Hilda's College

At St Hilda’s College we are committed to providing young people with the opportunity to study at a world class institution, regardless of background. To do this, St Hilda's has approached outreach with three main aims:

  • Encourage students to achieve their best
  • Inspire young people to apply to the University of Oxford
  • Increase diversity

St Hilda’s is particularly keen to work with state schools and colleges to help students make informed decisions about higher education and applying to university, including the University of Oxford.

Oxford for the South East

The way that outreach is being delivered is changing and St Hilda's is now collaborating with other colleges to cover the South East. Our link areas have changed and we now cover both Surrey and Hampshire (excluding Portsmouth, Southampton, and the Isle of Wight). If you are a state school or teacher from these two areas and would like to be added to our mailing list, please email Emma.

Mailing list

If you are a state school teacher in Surrey or Hampshire (excluding Southampton, Portsmouth, and the Isle of Wight) and would like to join the teachers' mailing list, please email Emma. Members of the teachers’ mailing list are sent details of upcoming events from around the University and from St Hilda’s College.