Seminar led by a panel of heads of colleges and senior tutors to discuss Oxford's student selection process
At the University of Oxford first degree student selection is not ultimately determined by central admissions but is handled by the colleges, though the process of application is standardised across the colleges and prospective students must meet the academic requirements for their intended courses. All Oxford colleges are closely committed to student learning and development but there are various policies and procedures concerning selection, with implications for the student mix. The seminar will be led by a panel of heads of college, and senior tutors. After short presentations from each member of the panel and the respondent there will be open discussion.