Front Quad of Lincoln College, the walls covered in bright green ivy


Oxford's Annual Admissions Statistics Report published today

10 Jun 2024

Image from a Lincoln College Open Day, featuring several Lincoln students wearing 'ambassador' t-shirts and other visitors, all under a colourful marquee in a Lincoln quad.

Oxford University's sixth Annual Admissions Statistics Report, published today, gives an annual snapshot of admissions across the collegiate university. The Report provides information on the students who have applied to undergraduate courses, received offers and been admitted, over the last five admissions years between 2019-2023. The statistics are broken down by domicile, nation and region of the UK, disadvantage, school type, gender, ethnicity and disability, and they are presented at University level and by course and college. The Report can be found HERE.

Lincoln College has a very active outreach and access programme and our community is a warm and inclusive one where students from all backgrounds are valued and welcomed. The College is committed to actively improving access both to Oxford and to opportunities in higher education.

Since reforming our Access and Outreach offering in 2021, we have seen the development of new and exciting programmes. We have been heartened to see the popularity and positive reception of our Widening Participation initiatives so far.

Lincoln College is now home to a variety of ongoing programmes and annual events aimed at prospective applicants, their parents, carers and schools, including:

Next Gen
Study days
Target Oxbridge Admissions Seminars
School visits
Teacher Conference
North East Year 12 Residential

Furthermore, we appreciate the importance of supporting students while they are on-course as well as before they join us. For this reason, we offer generous means-tested bursaries, have a laptop lending library, and run a study-skills programme to help students make the transition to university.

Through our initiatives we aim to encourage a broader range of students to apply to the College. They will take time to show their full impact; we would appreciate assistance in publicising these opportunities to young people and schools across the country.

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