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St James' Park, Newcastle
18 March 2015

Conference programme

Registration will be from 9am onwards with the first sessions starting at 10am. There will be a rolling programme of sessions throughout the day, finishing at around 3.45pm. A provisional programme is shown below and is subject to change.

 

Bamburgh A

Bamburgh B

Club 206

Moncur Suite

Sir Bobby Robson Suite

Centenary Suite

10:00-11:00

Oxford & Cambridge Explained

followed by

Making a Competitive Application

Oxford & Cambridge Explained

followed by

Medicine
(Cambridge)

Oxford & Cambridge Explained

followed by

English

Oxford & Cambridge Explained

followed by

Chemistry
and
 Earth Sciences (Oxford)

Oxford & Cambridge Explained

followed by

Human, Social, and Political Sciences (Cambridge)

Oxford & Cambridge Explained

followed by

Teachers’ Forum (Cambridge)

11:10-11:55

12:05-12:50

Making a Competitive Application

Medicine
and
Biomedical Sciences
(Oxford)

Physics
and
Materials Science (Oxford)

Modern & Medieval Languages
and
Linguistics

Economics
and
Economics & Management

Teachers’ Forum (Oxford)

13:00-13:45

Making a Competitive Application

PPE
Philosophy, Politics & Economics
(Oxford)

Biology, Biochemistry and
Human Sciences (Oxford)

Computer Science

Classics

Music

13:55-14:40

Law

Student Finance
and
Careers

Engineering

Natural Sciences (Cambridge)

Geography

Oriental Studies
and
Asian & Middle Eastern Studies

14:50-15:35

History

Student Finance
and
Careers

Mathematics

Natural Sciences (Cambridge)

Psychology

Veterinary Medicine (Cambridge)

Notes:

  • Oxford & Cambridge Explained - information on the application process and student life at each University. Includes contributions from current undergraduates. It is important you attend this session as it sets the framework for the day.

How to book

Admission is by ticket only. To book places for your school/college at one of the forthcoming Oxford & Cambridge Student Conferences, you will need to complete our online booking form.

How to get there

For travel directions to St James' Park see the Newcastle United website. There is no car/coach parking available at the stadium. However, students can be dropped off and picked up from directly outside the venue.

Coaches can proceed to Ord Street, a public pay and display coach park. Please note we cannot guarantee availability at this coach parking area, as it is available to all coaches in the Newcastle area. Please see the Newcastle City Council website for details.

Further information

See our Frequently Asked Questions for the answers to some of your questions or contact Eva Dring (01223 768971 / conferences@cao.cam.ac.uk) for more information.