Current Students Staff

Outreach and Open Days

Working with pupils

We want to attract the best and brightest students – regardless of background – to apply to us. We want to make sure that when people are thinking of applying to University they have all the information they need.

Our access and outreach team work with schools, teachers and partner organisations – including The Access Project, the Brilliant Club, Oxford Pathways, Target Oxbridge and UNIQ – to widen participation to the University.

In 2018, over 3,700 people came with school trips to Keble and we interacted with 700 more in outreach activities in schools. If you want to arrange for someone from our team to visit your school or organise a school visit to Keble please contact Nicole Boothman, the Outreach Officer.

Each Oxford college is linked to a Local Authority to ensure that all schools have a first point of contact within the University. Keble is linked with Birmingham, Sandwell, Solihull, Coventry, and Warwickshire. If you are a teacher or a Careers Adviser in any of these areas, please feel free to contact us about arranging school visits or other outreach activities. We’re most suited to working with secondary school and sixth form groups.

You can find out more about our access and outreach activity in our annual report here.

Follow us on Twitter @KebleOutreach. Or get to know our students by following ‘Keble at Large’, our student-run outreach society, on Facebook and Instagram at kebleatlarge.

Open Days

There are three Open Days each year – coinciding with the whole University – when you can discover more about Keble, get tours from our current students and meet tutors at subject sessions. In 2020 the dates are:

Wednesday 1 July

Thursday 2 July

Friday 18 September

Booking for Open Day accommodation at Keble is currently closed. We’ll start taking bookings for the next Open Days in May 2020.

Would you like to attend an Open Day but are worried about the cost of getting to Oxford? Here at Keble we have some funding available to those who might otherwise be prevented from coming. Please email us to find out if we can help you.

Upcoming Access and Outreach Events

We’re currently taking bookings for visits to Keble and the wider university for the spring and summer terms 2020. To make an enquiry please contact Nicole Boothman, the Outreach Officer.

University College, Keble College and Oriel College, are hosting a teachers’ conference on Friday 31 January 2020. This is aimed at those who are in positions to inspire able students to aim high or those involved in supporting students in decisions about their futures. There is no charge for this event and we have a limited pot of funds to support schools with the cost of travel to Oxford and/or teacher cover.

To register an interest in attending this event, please fill in this online form: