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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.
Throughout the Open Days, we will be running drop-in student-led tours from 8:30 am - 5:30 pm as well as a 'Meet the Tutors' session, running from 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm. There's no need to book in advance, so please do drop in!
Registration is required for the following talks below. Please register your place for these free seminars via Eventbrite, here
Friday 20th September
Law Subject Session | Speaker: TBC | 1pm - 2pm | Allen and Overy Room | BOOK NOW
Learn more about studying Law at Pembroke College. Our tutors will discuss their research specialisms, followed by time to ask your questions about the course and college.
Maths Subject Session | Dr Andrei Constantin | 2pm - 2:45pm | Allen and Overy Room | BOOK NOW
Dr Andrei Constantin will deliver an interactive talk on mathematics, followed by a Q&A on studying maths.
Why Pembroke, Why Languages? | Panels of Tutors and Students | 2pm - 3pm | Littlegate Room | BOOK NOW
A panel discussion with our tutors and students about the study of Modern Languages, and what Pembroke College has to offer to students.
Professor Tim Woollings will discuss the application of physics to climate science, followed by a Q&A session on studying physics at Pembroke.
In this session, Professor Kruger will explore the links between climate change and ageing.
Dr James Read (Fellow of Physics and Philosophy) will discuss the philosophy of spacetime theories.
Focussing on Victorian Literature, Dr Ushashi Dasgupta will discuss what the study of English can tell us about the meaning of home. This interactive session will be followed by a Q&A on studying English at Pembroke.