Schools & Outreach Programme
All school visits, tours, and events are currently cancelled due to developments with coronavirus (Covid-19). We look forward to welcoming schools and students to St Hilda's as soon as possible.
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.
Applying to university can be a daunting prospect and here at St Hilda's College, we want to make sure that every student has the right support and information. The colleges of Oxford each have a “link” region to make it easier for young people and schools to establish a first point of contact. St Hilda’s link region is Surrey.
We have a number of visits and events available for students to attend.
School visits to St Hilda's College
Throughout the year, we offer opportunities for schools and colleges to come and visit St Hilda’s. A typical day’s visit include:
|10:30am||Arrival & refreshments|
|10:45am||‘Oxford Explained’ (admissions presentation)|
|11:30am||Q&A with current students|
|12:15pm||Depart college – a visit to another college/museum may be available on request|
If you would like to book a visit, please email Emma Gregory, the Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach Officer.
If you are unable to visit the college during an Open Day, we do offer individual tours around the college, subject to availability. We ask for at least 48 hours’ notice if you would like a tour. Please email Emma Gregory, to book or for more details.
Upcoming outreach events
Throughout the academic year, there are different events and sessions that students can attend.
St Hilda's releases a newsletter once a term for state schools in Surrey, detailing upcoming events at the college and around the University. If you would like to receive the newsletter, please email Emma Gregory.