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After you have been offered a place on one of our courses.

Offer Letter and student contract

If you are offered a place on your chosen course, then you will receive an Offer Letter containing links to the University Student Contract.  The offer letter may include academic conditions which you will need to meet (for example, to achieve a 2:1 or above in your undergraduate degree). We will also ask you to provide originals (not copies) of any required documents such as academic or English Language certificates.

College Acceptance

Applications will then be considered by your first choice college. If accepted, you will receive a College Offer Letter, stating any college conditions (this is usually provide proof of funding).  If your application is rejected by your first choice college then we will start the process of finding an alternative college.

Completion of conditions LETTER 

Once you have met all conditions set by the department and college, you will be sent a completion of conditions letter and the University Card Form by the department.

If you require a Visa, then the department will also start the CAS Request process at this stage. If you require a Visa you should try to meet your conditions as soon as possible so that the CAS Request can be started before the end of July.

Funding Decisions: Applicants who have been nominated for funding by the department will be notified of the outcome from April onwards.

Information for Oxford Students

The Oxford Student website provides a single point of access to information, services and resources for students. We would advise new students to visit the Arriving as a new student site.  This is aimed at students who have met the conditions of their offer and have a confirmed place at the University and provides information and advice before arrival and during the first few weeks of term. 

The Department will also send you a Welcome Email with information regarding the Department's Graduate Induction Week Events which will take place during 0th week of Michaelmas Term. Therefore, it is important that new students arrive in Oxford prior to Induction Week.