At Wadham we celebrate academic excellence, diversity and independence within a progressive and liberal community.
Outstanding results put Wadham in the top five in University of Oxford Norrington table rankings
A presentation by Wadham Emeritus Fellow Sir Roger Penrose was a highlight of a Maths Masterclass for talented European school students at Wadham.
Broadcaster and sportsman Chris Hollins spent his holiday of a lifetime at Wadham College when he came here for a summer cricket camp in 1988. His Strictly Come Dancing colleague, Len Goodman brought him back to Wadham filming a new TV series for the BBC.
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.
The Wadham Society invites you to a social evening open to all Wadhamites past and present with no dress code or formalities. It will be held at the Cittie of Yorke pub, 22 High Holborn, London WC1V 6BN.
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.
How old is the moon and where did it come from? These questions and more are addressed by Wadham Fellow, Alex Halliday, in a new Royal Society video.
Wadham’s breakfasts have been voted some of the best in Oxford by B & B guests staying in College.
Collaboration with London based charity, The Brilliant Club, has allowed some 540 students from 29 schools in Haringey, Hounslow, Barnet, Ealing, Newham, Brent, Barking and Hackney to visit Wadham over the past year.
On stage at the Albert Hall - the Pet Shop Boys and Wadham Fellow Andrew Hodges at the world premiere of A Man from the Future at the BBC Proms.
Wadham Fellow Alex Halliday is elected Royal Society Vice President (Physical Secretary).
In a joint statement, students and College authorities say no to vegan meals five nights a week at Wadham.
Inspiring teachers to help school students to get excited about Classics was the focus of a teacher training day at Wadham.
The sky cleared and the showers abated for the 2014 benefactors garden party, where guests enjoyed Pimm's and strawberries in the Fellows' Private Garden.
Student guides greet visitors to Wadham at the July open days, showing them round College and answering questions.
It's 400 years since the birth of John Wilkins, Wadham College’s sixth Warden who advocated the new ‘experimental’ approach to science and whose Philosophical Club became the Royal Society. Marking this anniversary and celebrating science at Wadham today, read about Wadham's scientific past and present and sign up to our exciting events.
Applications are open for eleven graduate scholarships available to new and existing post-graduate students at Wadham.
A publication by final year Biochemistry undergraduate Alison Inglis (2010) has been published by the leading academic journal, Science.
Wadham's women crew rowed their way to success in the Summer Eights, becoming Head of the River 2014
Celebrate 40 years of women at Wadham. Read comments from Wadham's women across the years, look back at the decision making process that led to the admission of women and find out about upcoming events to mark this anniversary.
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.
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's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...