Thinking about Oxford... for Muslim applicants
Worcester College are launching a series of monthly discussions between Muslim students studying at Oxford University and Muslim students in years 11 and 12 studying at state schools in Bradford. This collaboration with Oxford University's Islamic Society aims to provide a space for young people and their families to discuss any aspect of the experiences of Muslim students at university, and to offer support in thinking through subject choice, careers, student life and all aspects of the application process.
The discussion group is open to Muslim students studying in year 11 and year 12 at state schools in Bradford, and to members of their families who wish to join in the conversations. We hope that students will be able to join us for the whole programme (rather than to attend as one off events). The programme consists of four conversations held in Bradford at Millside Community Centre and a day trip to Worcester College. All costs will be covered by Worcester, including travel.
Meetings in Bradford:
April 21st – What is university like? An introduction to student life, faith and studying at Oxford University
May 19th – What can you study at Oxford and what kinds of careers will it lead to?
June 23rd – How much does university cost, and how do students pay for it?
July 14th – How do you get in to a university like Oxford?
Trip to Worcester College, Oxford:
6th June - Day trip to Worcester College, University of Oxford
To register for a place, please fill in this form. The form will close at 5pm on the 30th March, so please make sure that you have submitted this form (and filled in all of the fields) by then. We will respond to all applications within a week from this date. If you have not heard from us by the 6th April, please feel free to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01865 278391.