Open Day ambassadors in front of gate 2018 by Tim Pottle

Lady Margaret Hall is super excited to open its doors to visitors as part of the University of Oxford Open Days this summer. Though we have enjoyed our online open days over the last few years, nothing beats seeing and experiencing our beautiful college yourself!

The Open Days are on the 29th June, 30th June and 16th September.

This booking page is for the 29th June.

A limited amount of accommodation is available for students (or school groups) from non-selective state schools, travelling over 60 miles. Visitors wishing to book accommodation must book onto at least one LMH session, for example the Admissions Talk. Those wishing to book should email with the subject ‘Open Day Accommodation Booking’ and confirm they meet the eligibility criteria. We also require you to inform us of the number of rooms you are requesting.


LMH Open Day Timetable:

All Day - Tours of LMH

Take a look around the college with our current students as your guides. See our range of facilities, extensive grounds and on-site accommodation!

11:00-12:00 - Admissions Talk

Join us for a talk about the admissions process at the University of Oxford. Booking is required.

12:00-12.55 - Meet the Tutors

Meet our Tutors in your subject and discuss what it is like to study here at LMH.

12:00-12:55 - Talk for Parents and Carers

We will be speaking to adults accompanying students to the Open Day about the practicalities of studying and living at LMH.

13:00-14:00 - Lunch

Enjoy a free tasty lunch in LMH's Dining Hall. It's a bit like being in Harry Potter! We cater for most dietary requirements. Booking is required.

17:00-18:00 - Ice Cream

Finish the day off with a lovely ice cream!

A view of Talbot Hall with the wildflower meadow

You can find information on where to find us here.

We also recommend you fill out the central University Open Day registration form. Registration is not compulsory, but by entering your details below you will receive lots of useful information about the event, including subject specific events.