An archive of the interactive webinars that have been delivered by the Oxford and Cambridge Collaborative Outreach Network.
Advancing Access provides a variety of CPD resources and online events for teachers and advisers to help them support students’ progression to leading universities.
Sign up to the Oxford Teachers' E-Newsletter for regular updates on the Oxford admissions process and outreach activities available to you and your students.
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Read the University of Cambridge Undergraduate Prospectus, download the PDF or order a paper copy.
Read the University of Oxford Undergraduate Prospectus, download the PDF or order a paper copy.
The Cambridge University Alternative Prospectus is written by current students at the University, and is designed to provide information about what it's like to be a student at Cambridge. From the social life to student welfare, the subjects to the Colleges, the alternative prospectus aims to give you honest information from a student perspective.
Written by students and for students, Oxford's Alternative Prospectus provides information about being a student at Oxford and advice on choosing a course and college, finances and student activities and campaigns.
The Disability Advisory Service provides information and advice on disability issues and facilitates support for those with, for example, sensory or mobility impairments, long-term health conditions, specific learning difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions or mental health difficulties.
The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) provides a confidential and accessible service for disabled students and those staff supporting them.
The Careers Service is provided for all Oxford students. Visit the Careers Service website to see the information and resources on offer to students once they are at Oxford, as well as general advice on career options and occupations, and job searching strategies.
The Careers Service is provided for all University of Cambridge students. Visit the Careers Service website to see the information and resources on offer to students once they are at Cambridge.
Central organisation through which applications are processed for entry to higher education.
The National Careers Service website provides careers advice and information on a wide range of jobs, training course resources and funding.
The Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey asks leavers from higher education what they are doing six months after graduation. About three quarters of leavers complete the survey. Some published statistics are restricted to certain types of leaver such as first degree (bachelors level) graduates or leavers who studied full-time.
Information for students about UK student finance.
The Russell Group’s guide Informed Choices provides students with information, advice and guidance about their post-16 subject choices.
Subject resources to help students discover new interests and develop their subject knowledge and understanding.
University College Oxford's online hub of resources for students aiming high at school and thinking about applying to top universities.
If you're not sure how to pay for uni, or how you'll cope during your studies, don't worry – there's a wide range of finance and support available to help you.
Get the essential facts about student finance: how much money you could get, what you have to do to get it, and if and when you’ll have to pay it back.
Need inspiration for your career? iCould includes 1000 films of personal career stories, across all occupations.
A website with free resources aimed at raising aspirations and attainment in young carers.
The free and independent way to search and compare UK degree courses and universities from Which?
For graduate jobs, postgraduate study, advice about work experience, internship opportunities and graduate careers.
Advice centre for students who have no contact with their family. Find information about support, financing your studies and accommodation options as an estranged student.
Members of the Oxford Mathematical Institute writing about engaging mathematical ideas and the latest research.
The IntoBiology website aims to inform and inspire the next generation of biologists
A website with clear information, advice and support to guide learners through a range of educational opportunities from short, free, online courses through to higher level learning.
'Academics in the Classroom' is a British Academy-funded English outreach project. We seek to bring teachers of Key Stage 4 and 5 English language and literature together with academics from across the UK who are able to deliver curriculum enrichment sessions for school students.
Think Cambridge Law is a blog for prospective Law students. Weekly articles explore topics ranging from admissions and events to career pathways and student experiences.
The resources finder collates supercurricular subject exploration in one place, searchable by subject. The site is maintained and updated annually by Downing College - perfect for exploring subjects outside the curriculum, or finding personal statement inspiration.