Wadham admits graduate students to the BPhil in Philosophy (a two-year Masters-level course), the MSt in Ancient Philosophy, the MSt in Philosophy of Physics, and the DPhil (doctorate) in Philosophy.
Wadham has a thriving community of graduate physicists, undertaking research in a wide range of fields.
Understanding how the brain works is one of the last great frontiers of modern science and experimental psychology and neuroscience are amongst the fastest developing areas of biomedical science.
Wadham admits students for the Master of Public Policy and DPhil in Public Policy run by the Blavatnik School of Government, and the Diplomatic Studies courses run by the Department for Continuing Education.
Wadham welcomes applications from well-qualified students for the MSc/MPhil in Russian and East European Studies.
Wadham admits students for both taught courses and research courses in Economics, Management and Politics.
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