If you are considering applying to study an undergraduate degree in Fine Art at the Ruskin, attending an Open Day offers an opportunity to meet some tutors and talk to students who are currently on the course. While booking for Open Days isn't compulsory, we cannot guarantee you a place without a reservation.
We offer two sessions each day, at 10am in the morning and again at 2.30 in the afternoon, which both follow the same programme. A one-hour talk is given by staff and tutors in the Drawing Studio at 74 High Street, followed by a Q&A session.
The talk will cover the BFA course content, the facilities available at the Ruskin and information about the admissions process. You will also be able to tour the High Street facilities, including studios and the Library. Your visit is likely to last approximately 90 minutes, and there is an optional tour of the Bullingdon Road studios in East Oxford afterwards (details announced during the talks).
Due to space limitations, we regret that only potential candidates and their teachers can attend the talks, and request that they arrive in time to take their seats 15 minutes before the start, after which spare places will be released to anyone waiting.
Accompanying parents/carers, family and friends can wait in nearby cafes or visit the University Open Day Information Centre in the Exam Schools next door, where there will be general admissions information, and experts available to talk about fees and funding, support for disabilities, IT or careers.
More information about the Open Days, including maps and travel advice, can be found on the Ruskin's website.
Max. 8 places per booking.