Graduate Freshers' Form

Please complete and submit this form by 1 September.

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Your name(Required)
Please provide your arrival date below. (If you are a remote learning student, please enter 1 October 2024 as your arrival date.)
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Personal Data(Required)

The ways in which St Hilda's processes your personal data while you are a student, including our lawful basis for processing, are explained in the St Hilda's Student Privacy Notice. This document explains that as a student some of your data may be processed for the purposes of legitimate interests, including the publication of the St Hilda's Chronicle.

As a student your name may be included in the Chronicle when you receive a College or University prize or if you achieve a First Class result in your degree. If you would prefer this information not to be published, please advise the Development Office.

Photography for St Hilda's publicity materials(Required)

From time to time St Hilda's commissions still or film photography to be taken, or receives submissions of photographs or film from College Members, for use in the College's publicity materials, including the College's printed publications (which may also be published online), its website and its social media accounts.

Please indicate whether or not you consent to any such images in which you appear being used for College publicity materials. If you give consent, you have the option to withdraw it at any time by contacting the Head of Communications.

Do you have any disability or long-term health condition that may affect your work or life at St Hilda's, and which you have not already disclosed at application stage?(Required)

Please tell us whether or not you have any disability or long-term health condition that may affect your work or life at St Hilda's, and which you have not disclosed at application stage. The University of Oxford is committed to making reasonable adjustments to enable disabled students or students with long-term health conditions to participate fully in student life.

In order to provide study support, relevant departments and colleges or the University may share information about your needs. Information will be shared on a need-to-know basis with people in relevant departments and college, such as departmental and academic administrators, lecturers and tutors who will teach you, and relevant library and support staff.

Do you have any dietary requirements?

Meals are available in the Dining Hall on both a self-service and formal served basis. Please tell us about any dietary requirements you have.