Applicants for 2021 Entry
Thank you for your interest in The Queen's College, University of Oxford. This page is updated regularly as it relates to undergraduate applications for entry 2021.
If you are a prospective applicant, you will find many of the answers to your admissions enquiries on the Applying to Oxford page of the University website. In particular, please consult the 2021 Entry Admissions Timeline.
Reports about the 2020 admissions round (for 2021 entry) will be posted below from 12 January 2021:
- Biomedical Sciences
- Fine Art
- Materials Science
- Modern Languages (departmental report)
- Modern Languages (college report)
- Oriental Studies
- Psychology (Experimental) and PPL
Candidate Email Notifications
Please contact the Admissions and Graduate Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you believe you have not received the relevant communications
Week Beginning 26 October 2020 - Acknowledgement of application sent to all candidates
Mid-November to early December 2020 - Notifications sent to candidates about decisions to/not to invite to interview
12 January 2021 - Decisions sent to all candidates who were invited to interview
Impact of COVID-19
We are committed to supporting all our candidates as best we can during these uncertain times. For the latest updates and answers to some of your queries, please consult the Covid-19 Response pages on the University website.
Feedback on Decisions
The deadline to request feedback on admissions decisions will be 15 February 2021.
The UCAS helpline for candidates is 0371 468 0468. Please ensure to update your application through the UCAS platform with any updates in contact information and exam results. It is best if candidates request the relevant testing board to send results directly to the university.
Jardine Foundation Scholarship
The Jardine Foundation offers a generous scholarship with the goal to develop future leaders who will give back to the communities where the Jardine Matheson Group operates. The Queen's College is one of four partner colleges at the University of Oxford that host Jardine scholars. In order to be eligible for the scholarship, candidates must be resident in any of the countries or territories in which Jardine Matheson Group has significant business interests, which include Cambodia, mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Further information about eligibility and making an application can be found on The Jardine Foundation website. The Jardine Scholarship application deadline for 2021 entry is 21 October 2020.