Oxford University Visit
Copenhagen International School, The Hall, City Campus: (Stockholmsgade 59, 2100 København Ø). Nearest S-Tog station: Østerport
Date/Time: Thursday 23 May, at 6pm
The presentation is designed to provide detailed and accurate information regarding all of the aspects that one might consider when applying to Oxford. This will include; the choice of course, the collegiate structure of the University, social life, the financial costs and benefits, and the application process itself, including admissions tests and interviews.
The sessions are primarily aimed at students considering starting university in October 2014, and therefore would normally be in their penultimate year at school. Competition for places at Oxford is strong, and tutors would normally consider students achieving the following grades; between A*A*A and AAA at A-Level, or the International Baccalaureate with around 38-40, including core points, with 6s and 7s at Higher Level.
The Danish Studentereksamen (STX, HHX or HTX) or HF is readily considered with competitive candidates are likely to achieve an overall score of at least 11 (using the new 7 step grade scale). Specific marks may also be required in Level A subjects.
This presentation is open to all.