Open Day Programme

Our Open Days provide an opportunity for students seriously considering an Oxford application to experience college life and to talk to staff, tutors and students in more depth about the courses they are considering applying for.

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Wednesday 27 & Thursday 28 June

College Tours, drop in, 8.30am - 6pm (last tour 5.45pm)

Take a look around Pembroke on a tour led by a current undergraduate.

Subject Q&A, drop in, 12.15pm - 6pm

An opportunity to speak to Tutors about the courses you are interested in. Drop in any time.

Physics Subject Taster: Physics and Climate, 2.30pm-3.30pm (27 June only)

This event will include a short talk on an application of physics applied in the area of climate science, specifically how the jet stream and associated weather patterns may respond to climate change. Following this there will be a Q&A session on studying physics at Pembroke. 

Chinese Subject Taster and Q&A, 3pm-3.30pm (27 & 28 June)

Dr Christopher Foster will discuss his research on early China, followed by a Q&A on studying Chinese at Pembroke.

Engineering Subject Taster: Artificial Intelligence,1.30pm-2.30pm (27 & 28 June)

Dr Nick Hawes will discuss the Oxford Robotics Institute's research on autonomous robot behaviour, including his own research into the use of autonomous robots in offices and care homes. 

Mathematics Q&A, 1.30pm-2.30pm (27 & 28 June)

Professor Raphael Hauser will be on hand to answer all of your questions about studying Mathematics at Pembroke College. Drop in any time.

JCR Art Gallery Tours, 11am & 2pm (27 & 28 June)

Pembroke's Curator will provide an introduction to the history of the JCR Art Fund Collection, which contains works by major modern and contemporary artists. There will be an opportunity to view the current exhibition which unites the seemingly opposite worlds of medieval science and contemporary art.


Friday 14 September  

College Tours, drop in, 8.30am - 4.30pm (last tour 4.15pm)

Take a look around Pembroke on a tour led by a current undergraduate.

Physics Subject Taster: Physics and Climate, 2.30pm-3.30pm 

This event will include a short talk on an application of physics applied in the area of climate science, specifically how the jet stream and associated weather patterns may respond to climate change. Following this there will be a Q&A session on studying physics at Pembroke. 

Engineering Subject Taster: Artificial Intelligence,1.30pm-2.30pm 

Dr Nick Hawes will discuss the Oxford Robotics Institute's research on autonomous robot behaviour, including his own research into the use of autonomous robots in offices and care homes. 

Mathematics Q&A, 1.30pm-2.30pm 

Professor Raphael Hauser will be on hand to answer all of your questions about studying Mathematics at Pembroke College. Drop in any time.