The Oxford University Islamic Society is excited to announce its largest access event of the year, the Oxford Muslim Access Conference (OMAC). OMAC will be taking place on Saturday 22nd September 2018 between 10am and 5.30pm at Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre, East London. Please note that assistance with travel costs is available and a free lunch will be provided.
The day will feature a range of talks, workshops and panel discussions designed to help students overcome the religious, cultural, familial barriers they may face when applying to university, and empower them to make competitive applications to the top institutions. Attendees will engage in sessions delivered by:
- - Dr Samina Khan, Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach at Oxford University.
- - Sheikh Ibrahim Amin, Imam at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies.
- - Marrium Khan, Oxford alumna and current Outreach Officer at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University.
- - Current Oxford University undergraduates from a range of subjects across the humanities, social sciences and STEM.
This is an invaluable event which will help attendees develop the knowledge, network and skills to navigate the university application process successfully and give them a clearer picture of life at Oxford as a Muslim.
Eligibility: OMAC is open to all students currently in years 11, 12 or 13.
Date and time: Saturday 22nd September 2018, 10am to 5.30pm.
Location: Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre, 326 Barking Rd, London, E6 2BB.
Provisions for attendees: Support with travel costs is available upon request and lunch will be provided at no cost.
Application deadline: Tuesday 11th September 11.59pm.
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