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The next University of Oxford Open Days will take place virtually on Wednesday 30 June and Thursday 1 July 2021 and we recommend that you register to receive all the information you need. For more information about our Department's Open Day events, including links to take part, please visit  https://www.ox.ac.uk/virtual-open-day-2021/department-timetable-events/psychology-experimental

As a part of the University's Open Days, the Department of Experimental Psychology welcomes visitors who are thinking of studying a BA Experimental Psychology or a BA Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics degree. We will host a Q&A session via YouTube Livestream each day from 2:00pm-3:00pm. It's a great chance for you to meet some of our undergraduates and professors and ask questions about what it's like to study with us.

The timetable is as follows for both 30 June and 1 July:

9:00–10:00: Experimental Psychology: Live Q&A chat with Director of UG Admissions (Prof Nele Demeyere)

10:00–11:00: Psychology and Philosophy: Live Q&A chat with Philosophy admissions tutor (Dr Dave Leal) and Psychology tutors

12:00–14:00: Psychology and Linguistics: Live Q&A chat with Linguistics tutors (Dr Kinga Kozminska and Dr Emily Lindsay-Smith)

14:00–15:00: Livestream Q&A: with academic staff and current students. Wednesday livestream link. Thursday livestream link.

14:00–16:00: Psychology joint schools: Live Q&A chat with students studying EP / PPL

More information

Our Open Days last July were held virtually. You can access the full playlist of everything you ever wanted to know about studying Experimental Psychology or Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics (PPL) at Oxford, course overviews, admissions, student experiences and the Q&A sessions all in one place on our departmental YouTube channel.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.