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These virtual events will be tailored by individual subjects and so they are the perfect opportunity for you to receive tailored support directly from a relevant university tutor and the PGCE Admissions Officer.

To register your interest please email: pgce.admissions@education.ox.ac.uk

These virtual events will be tailored by individual subjects and so they are the perfect opportunity for you to receive tailored support directly from a relevant university tutor and the PGCE Admissions Officer.

To register your interest please email: pgce.admissions@education.ox.ac.uk

The Deputy PGCE Course Director, a selection of curriculum tutors, current PGCE interns and the admissions team will be available to answer any questions and offer tailored advice.

To register for the event please email: pgce.admissions@education.ox.ac.uk

This is an online event and you will be send the Teams joining link after registering.

Event schedule:

  • 17:00 – Welcome from the PGCE Admissions Officer and the Deputy PGCE Course Director
  • 17:20-17:40 – Break out rooms with current PGCE students
  • 17:40-18:00 – Break out rooms with university tutors
  • 18:00-19:00 – PGCE Admissions Officer and the Deputy Course Director will remain to answer any questions

Please note, if you are unable to attend for the whole event, you are welcome to join at any point using the Teams link.

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The PGCE Admissions Tutor, a selection of curriculum tutors, current PGCE interns, a college representative and the admissions team will be available to answer any questions and offer tailored advice. It is also your opportunity to visit the Department where the majority of PGCE teaching is held.

 

The event is free. Please drop in at any time.

To register for the event please email: pgce.admissions@education.ox.ac.uk

This is an in-person event.

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The PGCE Office will be attending the University of Oxford’s Careers Fair. This event is open to all Oxford University students, including undergraduates, postgraduates and researchers, as well as Oxford alumni.

 

To register for the event and for more information, please visit the Graduateland website.

To celebrate the start of the 2022/23 PGCE application cycle we are running a one-off virtual event, conducted via Microsoft Teams. The PGCE Admissions Officer will deliver a short overview of the Oxford programme and will then be available to answer any of your questions.

If you would like to attend then please email pgce.admissions@education.ox.ac.uk to register for this event.

 
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The department’s PGCE Open Evening is designed as an informal drop-in session for anyone interested in starting a teacher training course at the University of Oxford in September 2020.

This is a great opportunity to visit the department, where the majority of PGCE teaching is held, and provides you with a chance to meet our PGCE Admissions Tutor, curriculum tutors, current PGCE students and staff from our admissions team who will be available to answer your questions and offer tailored advice.

The event is free to attend and you are welcome to drop in at any time between 4 – 6pm. Registration is preferable but not essential.

Please email pgce.admissions@education.ox.ac.uk to register your interest.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

In 2019, the University of Oxford’s Department of Education celebrates the 100th year since the passing of a statute creating what was known in 1919 as the University Department for the Training of Teachers. To celebrate our centenary a year-long series of activities will be delivered to address some of the department’s top initiatives for 2019, answer some of the big questions facing education today and to reveal the advancements the department has made to the study of and research in the field of education. Join us as we mark our 100th year and discover more about our anniversary here.

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The PGCE Admissions Tutor, a selection of curriculum tutors, current PGCE students and the admissions team will be available to answer any questions and offer tailored advice.

It is also your opportunity to visit the department where the majority of PGCE teaching is held.

The event is free. Please drop in at any time, registration is preferable but not essential.

To register just email pgce.admissions@education.ox.ac.uk

To find out more about the PGCE at Oxford, as well as the range of subjects on offer see here.

About the Department of Education

In 2019, the University of Oxford’s Department of Education celebrates the 100th year since the passing of a statute creating what was known in 1919 as the University Department for the Training of Teachers. To celebrate our centenary a year-long series of activities will be delivered to address some of the department’s top initiatives for 2019, answer some of the big questions facing education today and to reveal the advancements the department has made to the study of and research in the field of education. Join us as we mark our 100th year and discover more about our anniversary here.

To receive more event details from the Department of Education, join our mailing list.

The free Train to Teach event will provide you with a wealth of information on how to get into teaching and how to apply for training in your region.

Drop in at any time during the event.

The admissions team for the University of Oxford’s PGCE will be present and available to answer any questions.

Organised by Get into Teaching.

 

About the Department of Education

In 2019, the University of Oxford’s Department of Education celebrates the 100th year since the passing of a statute creating what was known in 1919 as the University Department for the Training of Teachers. To celebrate our centenary a year-long series of activities will be delivered to address some of the department’s top initiatives for 2019, answer some of the big questions facing education today and to reveal the advancements the department has made to the study of and research in the field of education. Join us as we mark our 100th year and discover more about our anniversary here.

To receive more event details from the Department of Education, join our mailing list.