The School of Geography and the Environment holds an annual Department Open Day with events and information provided for prospective undergraduate students.
Booking is required to attend the Open Day. Booking will be open on the 3rd April 2018.
If you have any queries about the Department Open Day, please contact the Events Officer.
Open day programme and presentation
Previous Taster Lectures
- Listen to Professor Heather Viles' 2017 Open Day talk: Geography and Heritage: from Oxford to the Silk Road
- View the presentation of Geography and Heritage: from Oxford to the Silk Road from the 2017 Open Day
- Listen to Dr Alex Vasudevan's 2017 Open Day talk: What a city is for: Confessions of an urban geographer
- View the presentation of What a city is for: Confessions of an urban geographer from the 2017 Open Day
- View slides from Prof David Thomas's 2016 Open Day talk: Deserts, dust and climate change: Why Physical Geography matters
- Listen to Dr Marc Macias-Fauria's 2015 Open Day talk: Climate and ecological change in the Arctic: living in the fast lane
- Listen to Professor Rob Whittaker's 2014 Open Day talk: The rise and fall of co-evolved systems on remote oceanic islands: a biogeographer's perspective
- Listen to Professor Judith Pallot's 2013 Open Day talk: 'Eurasia': A newcomer to international migration
- Listen to Dr Anna Lora-Wainwright's 2012 Open Day talk: Geographies of pollution, illness and activism
- Listen to Professor Richard Washington's 2012 Open Day talk: Climate in the central Sahara
- Listen to Dr Richard Grenyer's 2011 Open Day talk: Biodiversity conservation to 2050
- Listen to Professor Linda McDowell's 2011 Open Day talk: Work matters: understanding new divisions of labour