Access Week 2021

UPCOMING EVENT | 02-06 August 2021 09:00-18:00

More than 170 sixth form pupils are expected to take part in the 2021 virtual Access Week at Pembroke, beginning on Monday 2nd of August and lasting until Friday 6th. The schedule for the week is as follows:

Monday, August 2nd - Welcome to Virtual Access Week, tutorials and setting of tutorial project

Tuesday, August 3rd - Options Day Lectures

Wednesday, August 4th - Options Day Lectures

Thursday, August 5th - Admissions Day

Friday, August 6th - Final tutorial and prize giving for Scholars and Exhibitioners

Those taking part will be given the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of university-level tutorials given by Oxford academics, with topics including:

  • Artificial Intelligence: What are the Differences (if any) between your Brain and a Computer?
  • Autoimmunity – What happens when the immune system goes wrong?
  • Religion and Tolerance in the French Enlightenment
  • The Anatomy of Fascism
  • Understanding Human Memory: Its Accuracy, Limits, and Failures

More information and discussion groups for participants can be found on the OxNet website.

Access Week 2021

UPCOMING EVENT | 02-06 August 2021 09:00-18:00

More than 170 sixth form pupils are expected to take part in the 2021 virtual Access Week at Pembroke, beginning on Monday 2nd of August and lasting until Friday 6th. The schedule for the week is as follows:

Monday, August 2nd - Welcome to Virtual Access Week, tutorials and setting of tutorial project

Tuesday, August 3rd - Options Day Lectures

Wednesday, August 4th - Options Day Lectures

Thursday, August 5th - Admissions Day

Friday, August 6th - Final tutorial and prize giving for Scholars and Exhibitioners

Those taking part will be given the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of university-level tutorials given by Oxford academics, with topics including:

  • Artificial Intelligence: What are the Differences (if any) between your Brain and a Computer?
  • Autoimmunity – What happens when the immune system goes wrong?
  • Religion and Tolerance in the French Enlightenment
  • The Anatomy of Fascism
  • Understanding Human Memory: Its Accuracy, Limits, and Failures

More information and discussion groups for participants can be found on the OxNet website.