Event: Talks with Tutors: Taster Subject Lectures


Magdalen College is proud to be running a series of virtual lectures delivered by their academic tutors for state school students in our 7 link areas (Barnsley, Brent, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Rotherham, Sheffield, Westminster) and in the East Midlands. These aim to give school students a taster of what studying a particular subject may be like at university level. Each talk will be delivered using Microsoft Teams and include a Q&A where you can ask your own questions.

Talks are dependent on the availability of tutors and they will be adding more events as the term goes on so please check back. Currently available for sign ups are the following talks:

  • 4th May – 15:30-16:30Law Professor Katharine Grevling with a talk on Criminal Damage for A level Students
  • 20th May – 16:00-17:00 – Prof in English, Simon Horobin delivering a talk on C.S Lewis titled “The Lion, The Witch and The Bookcase”, for Years 7 to 9*
  • 26th May – 15:30-16:30 – Lecturer in Modern Languages , Dr Alex Lloyd – delivering a talk related to German and History, exploring the White Rose Resistance Group – For Year 10 -13
  • 1st June – 15:30-16:30– Magdalen’s Dr Signe Larsen delivers a Law talk for Year 12-13

*Ideally participants will have already read or watched The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe 

Sign ups will close a few days before the talk takes place. Please find in the sign up form here: https://oxford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/talks-with-tutors-sign-up

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