University of Oxford
Big Questions Little Questions is developed and delivered for Study Higher by Oxford University
Activity Type: In-school workshops and at-University student conference / online resource
Aim: To increase students’ confidence in their capacity to progress to Higher Education by developing and enhancing academic skills in critical thinking
Year Group: Year 12
Gatsby Benchmarks: 7
Description: BQLQ is a programme of activities to develop academic capacity in sixth form students, improving their confidence and resilience to transition to university. It covers developing an independent research question, developing critical skills, and demonstrating critical thinking in assessment.
Our Big Questions Little Questions in-school workshops are delivered by research students at the University of Oxford. These in-school workshops either support the development of students’ critical thinking skills and/or students starting the Extended Project Qualification.
Our conference at the University is supported by undergraduate and research students, academic staff, and other professionals. It helps students develop a systematic and critical approach to research and their study skills, including:
Our supporting online resources (coming soon) feature undergraduate and postgraduates. While in-person visits are currently under review due to COVID-19, we encourage you to use this alternative provision.
This free programme is developed and delivered by the University of Oxford for Study Higher. Provision for 2020-21 is currently under review.
If you are a member of school staff who would like to find out more about Study Higher opportunities from the University of Oxford, please pop us an email.
Eligibility criteria may apply to access our programmes.