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At Wadham we celebrate academic excellence, diversity and independence within a progressive and liberal community.
Wadham Honorary Fellow Sir Frank Berman QC has been awarded the Grand Croix de l’Ordre Royal du Cambodge for his work as lead counsel for Cambodia in a case against Thailand at the International Court of Justice.
Wadham College library’s online exhibition opens a new floor to showcase 15 of its magnificent medieval and Renaissance manuscripts.
Research by Wadham DPhil student, Shona Minson (2012, Criminology) exploring the impact of motherhood as a mitigating influence on sentencing decisions in England and Wales, has been published in a new report from The Howard League for Penal Reform.
The Oxford Coffee Concerts began in 1986 and have since established themselves as one of the most successful chamber music series in the country. The concerts are held nearly every Sunday morning throughout the year in the stunning setting of Wadham's Holywell Music Room, with performances by the best musicians and ensembles from this country and abroad.
Wadham students' annual music festival will take place in the College gardens.
More than 70 Wadham alumni gathered in New York for a reception generously hosted by Blake (1995, DPhil Educational Studies) and Stephen (1963, Modern History) Spahn.
Former Wadham History Fellow, Jörn Leonhard, has published a comprehensive history of the First World War.
A passion for astronomy led to Karen Masters (1997, Physics) becoming the Project Scientist for Galaxy Zoo, a citizen science project which is creating a clearer picture of galaxy evolution.
A thesis by Wadham doctoral student Boon Kok Tan has won the prestigious MERAC prize for Best Doctoral Thesis in New Technology, 2014.
Wadham’s women rowers celebrated victory against Trinity College Cambridge, winning the women’s intercollegiate race at Henley.
Research by Wadham’s Andrew Farmery on using intravenous infusions of ketamine to help combat treatment-resistant depression has attracted national attention.
Twelve Wadham undergraduates, two fellows and one alumnus spent a memorable week on the south Cornish coast for the annual College reading party.
Wadham's Duncan Enright (1982, Physics) is Labour Parliamentary candidate for Witney and will be fighting David Cameron's seat at the next election.
Our 11 Wadham cyclists pedalled over 150 miles from Merifield Oxford to Merifield in Somerset, raising £2000 for charity.
Sign up for our Open Days on July 2 and 3 and September 19 and let Wadham students show you round and answer your questions.
Wadham’s academics donned gowns and mortar boards for a Sheldonian Theatre ceremony to mark the admission of Dr Paul Martin as University of Oxford Assessor in the Proctor’s Office.
Wadham College’s state of the art graduate centre has been shortlisted for an award by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Read accounts from wartime editions of the Wadham Gazette, along with extracts from the hundreds of letters sent by serving Wadham men to the Warden, in our fascinating Wartime Wadham Centenary feature.
Ever wondered what your tutors get up to on an average day? Follow a day in the life of Wadham tutor Dr Emma Cohen.
Visitors are welcome to Wadham College during opening times. Prospective students are welcome at any time. (You may be asked to return if an occasional restricted event is taking place).
- Term time
- 13.00 - 16.15
- Out of term
- 10.30 - 11.45
13.00 - 16.15
Wadham College's historic buildings, magnificent gardens and comfortable accommodation combined with its central location, up to the minute facilities and excellent catering, provide the perfect location for your conference, summer school, reception, dinner or meeting. Watch a video showing Wadham's conference facilities.
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...