The Student Panel is now accepting applications!
"I chose the review books and the reward books to relate to my degree which has been useful for the extra incentive to do further reading out of university hours."
Bioscience Student Panel Member
What is the OUP bioscience student panel?
Our bioscience student panel is made up of students from the UK and Europe currently studying for bioscience-related degrees. We're currently looking for new applicants. Students from any year of any bioscience-related degree are eligible.
Why does OUP have a bioscience student panel?
OUP publishes a wide range of student-focused biosciences textbooks. The student panel allows us to gather feedback and opinions on our products from real biosciences students, ensuring our new titles and new editions really meet your needs.
What will being on a student panel involve?
You will be contacted two to three times a year, mainly via email, and expected to:
* complete online surveys
* review and offer opinions on new publishing ideas
Students should be prepared to sign up as a representative for the remainder of their degree course.
How will I be rewarded?
As a participating student you will be given £150 worth of OUP books of your choice, paid in two £75 instalments across the year. This book allowance will be added to your student panel account, to claim as and when you need it.
From time to time you may be invited to take part in research projects that will take up more of your time, for which additional reward MAY be offered.
How do I sign up?
To apply, please complete our online form. We will aim to let you know our decision within 10 working days of receiving your application.
Alternatively, you can download the application form in Word or pdf format below. Simply complete the form and post to Biosciences Student Panel, Higher Education Department, Oxford University Press, Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, OX2 6DP, oremail the form to us.
Word Application Form
PDF Application Form
OUP Biosciences Student Panel poster
Lecturers can download the OUP Biosciences Student Panel Poster here.