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2021 Applicant FAQs

If you have submitted an application to begin an Undergraduate degree in 2021, this page should answer many of your questions about the rest of the application process.

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Do I have to submit written work? How and when do I do this?

If your subject requires the submission of written work, we will be in touch soon to request it and provide the link to upload your submission. Wolfson has a later deadline for submission, so please do not be concerned about submitting it in time for the published University written work deadline.

Information on which subjects require you to submit written work can be found here.

Have you received my application form and references for Graduate medicine?

If you received our auto reply after you submitted these, please take this as confirmation of receipt.

I need to submit details about how the COVID-19 pandemic affected my studies.

To give details on how the COVID-19 pandemic caused disruption to your studies please fill in this form

I need to submit details about Extenuating Circumstances

You can now tell us about any extenuating circumstances that have affected your previous academic performance online using this form. If you have already submitted a form you do not need to re-submit it.

Can I speak to someone on the phone?

At this time, the Tutorial Office staff are mainly working remotely. Unfortunately we cannot answer phone calls right now and ask that you email us instead.

Undergraduate Administrator: Debbie Miles

When will I hear whether I have an interview, and how are they being held?

We are working hard to process your application and will be in touch shortly. Interviews this year are being held virtually; we will release further details about alternative arrangements as soon as we can.

What happens next?

The University website has a useful timetable showing what happens over the next couple of months.

What's on

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Humanities Society - "Objects, Bodies, and Emotions: How the Gas Mask Can Help Us Tell the History of Total War"

11/05/2021 at 18.00

The Humanities Society organises regular talks during term time. During Easter term 2021, all talks take place as zoom webinars, make sure to register.

Adeel Khan

Green Society - How to use the power of social media for good?

13/05/2021 at 18.00

The Green Society organises regular talks during term time. During Easter term 2021, all talks take place as zoom webinars, make sure to register.

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Peer Review Workshop

13/05/2021 at 19.00

Do you have an idea that you would like feedback on? Perhaps you would like to see if an argument you are writing is clear or makes sense? Maybe you would like to see if the data you are presenting in your paper flows well with your surrounding text?

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Beyond Borders: Women's Movements Around the World

14/05/2021 at 16.00

The Interdisciplinary Research Hub on Gender is hosting a collaborative event featuring academics and activists to give voice to feminist movements outside the Euro-American world.

Jazmin Scarlett

Science Society - The keys to the past: a mixed-methods approach to reconstructing the 1812 eruption of La Soufrière St. Vincent

14/05/2021 at 18.00

The Science Society organises regular talks during term time. Throughout this term, all talks take place as zoom meetings, make sure to register.

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