Applying to Study for a BFA
The University of Oxford has one admissions process each year for its undergraduate degree programmes, and this has now closed for 2013.
If you are thinking about applying to study for a BFA at the Ruskin in 2014, the application deadlines have now passed and the admissions process is closed. The next date for applying to the Ruskin is mid-October 2014 when you will need to submit a completed UCAS application form online via UCAS: http://www.ucas.com and then a portfolio to the Ruskin.
For those candidates who have applied to study Fine Art during this year’s admissions process, please note that you will be updated by a college on the success of your application.
The Ruskin offers three Open Days each academic year, when you are welcome to come to Oxford and visit the Ruskin, the Fine Art Department of the University. Attending an Open Day is a good idea, as it offers you an opportunity to meet some of the tutors and students, tour the studios and generally find out more about the school, the BFA course and the admissions process. The dates are advertised on our website and there is no requirement to book to secure a place: http://www.ruskin-sch.ox.ac.uk/about/open_days
The attached documents offer guidance on all aspects of the University’s admission process, as it relates to Fine Art undergraduates.
For more detailed information about the collegiate system, visiting Oxford, academic requirements and student funding, please refer to the Undergraduate Admissions website: http://www.admissions.ox.ac.uk