Schools

Wadham’s access and outreach team provides a responsive and inclusive programme to help young people make informed choices about their futures.

Wadham believes that it is important for all young people to have the opportunity to reach their full potential, regardless of background. Our widening participation work, supported by our Access to Excellence programme, helps students, from primary through to sixth form, to find the right course and university for them.

Find out about our aspiration days, school visits, summer schools, regional projects, roadshow, teacher information sessions and Oxford programmes. More

 

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Regionalisation

Under the University’s Regionalisation Scheme, each Oxford College focuses their outreach work on particular local authorities across the UK.

Oxford college regions

This measure has been undertaken to improve the way in which we communicate information, advice and guidance to teachers. The scheme will not have any bearing on the Oxford admissions process and will not influence whether a college offers a candidate a place. It is also not intended to replace any existing contact a school may have with a particular college or department.
Wadham college has been allocated the regions of:

Barking and Dagenham, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hackney, Havering, Islington, Luton, Milton Keynes, Newham, Redbridge and Tower Hamlets

Contact Wadham Access

Dr Hugh Munro
Access and Outreach Officer
access@wadham.ox.ac.uk
+44(0)1865 287311

Kate Brazier Tope
Access Assistant
access.assistant@wadham.ox.ac.uk


Demonstrating impact

Minister of State for Universities, Jo Johnson, welcomed Wadham's Impact Report demonstrating the success of its latest widening access initiative in January 2017.

In August 2017, the Office for Fair Access cites a case study of Wadham's Luton project in its report 'Access agreements for 2018-19: key statistics and analysis'.

Support Wadham Access

Wadham is also partnering with social mobility think tank, The Bridge Group, to measure the impact of our expanded Access to Excellence activities and to pass on what works to other institutions.

Our programmes include:

The Luton Project - a sustained scheme for pre 16 (Years 10 and 11) Luton school students.

The WadHam programme- working with school students aged 16-18 (Year 12)from Newham

Access Roadshow - visiting schools and colleges in Wadham's link regions

Summer Schools: Classics, Politics and Engineering (in collaboration with UNIQ)

Herbert Smith Freehills Oxford Disability Mooting Championship for students from Wadham link regions interested in studying Law

Collaborative programmes include working with: The Brilliant Club, Into University and Study Higher

 

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