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Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics tutors reviews, interviews and selects the most competitive applicants each year to study Experimental Psychology or Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics at Oxford. Our academic entry requirements are A*AA across 3 A-Levels or equivalent qualifications.  

Last year we had over 450 applications, of which 223 were shortlisted and interviewed resulting in over 100 offers to potential applicants. (2014 Admissions Cycle)

All applications must be received through UCAS. Your UCAS application will allow you to submit all your relevant academic information, as well as your personal statement and school information. See more information on how to apply.

As part of the admissions process applicants will be required to sit Admissions Tests. All applicants will be required to sit the TSA (Thinking Skills Assessment) test, whilst those who have applied to study Linguistics as part of their degree will also be required to take the Linguistics test as part of the MLAT (Modern Language Assessment Test) in addition to the TSA. More information can be found on the Pre-Interview Admission Test page.

Open days     

 

For further information on our admissions process, come and visit us on our Open Days! Our next open days will be held on the 29th and 30th June 2016, and also Friday 16th September 2016

For further information on the admissions process or open days please contact: admissions@psy.ox.ac.uk 

Apply by

For entry in October 2017:

UCAS Application Deadline: 15th October 2016

Registration for the Pre-Interview Admission Tests: 15th October 2016

Course code

C830 (Experimental Psychology) CV85 (Psychology & Philosophy) CQ81 (Psychology & Linguistics) VQ51 (Philosophy & Linguistics)