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Alumni who studied Law, or who have worked or currently work in the field of Law, are warmly invited to join current students for the annual Wadham College Law Society Dinner.
The Warden, Lord Macdonald of River Glaven Kt QC, warmly invites you to join him for our Hong Kong alumni events in February.
Oxford students have won the inaugural Oxford v Cambridge mooting competition highlighting disability issues.
We’re proud and excited to announce that a Wadham alumni team is competing in this year’s Christmas University Challenge.
An illustrated card featuring Wadham’s welfare dog Maggie Mae is on sale to raise money for the charity Mermaids UK.
Applications are open for the Wadham College – Sarah Lawrence College New York Exchange Programme.
Students, friends and families queued round front quad for places at the ever-popular College Carol Service.
Could you create an eye catching Wadham-themed image for publication on a postcard to help raise money for charity?
A lively evening chat with author, speechwriter, and journalist Lissa Muscatine underscored the uncertainty currently characterising both the American and British political landscape.
Wadham’s Marco Zhang is captaining the Oxford University chess team at the world-championship chess tournament at Nankai University, China this week.
At a time when the legalisation of cannabis for medical reasons is top of our health agenda, is it right that the criteria for winning the ‘war on drugs’ should be a drug free world?
Wadham Honorary Fellow Sir Frank Berman QC has been appointed a Judge ad hoc on the International Court of Justice.
Wadham lecturer Rachel Tanner has won the 2019 Women of the Future Science Award.
Wadham alumnus Anthony Metzer QC, has been named as Pro Bono QC of the Year by the Bar’s national charity Advocate.
Target Oxbridge inspired two Wadham freshers to apply to Oxford. Naomi Richter (French and Arabic) and Rosa Arthur (Engineering) share their insights into this ground-breaking programme.
Wadham College's commitment to its access and outreach work is demonstrated in the construction of Oxford's first dedicated Access Centre and a new Undergraduate Centre for future generations of students. Find out more in this short film.
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...
Building an inclusive community for the future - Wadham's Back Quad Development comprises Oxford's first-ever purpose-built Access Centre and a fully accessible Undergraduate Centre.
Wadham welcomes visitors during opening times and prospective students at any time (when occasional restricted events are taking place you may be asked to return).
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- Out of term
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