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  • Little Amal in Oxford

    Highlighting the plight of young refugees, members of the Wadham community are invited to join Little Amal in Oxford on 26 October.


    Walk with Amal
  • Evensong in Chapel

    Join Chaplain Jane Baun for Evensong of term with the wonderful College Chapel Choir.


    Wadham choir


Members of Wadham’s Governing Body witnessed the formal ‘signing-in’ of new Warden Robert Hannigan and 17 new Fellows at a ceremony in Hall this week.


Signing in ceremony Wadham

Interpreting the every-day

A debut poetry collection by Wadham DPhil student Ann Ang explores how things and places can become portals to other lives and spaces.


Poetry book by Wadham student

Social running boosts performance

Social running improves performance says a new study by Wadham Fellow Dr Emma Cohen.


Parkrun by Colin Philips via Wikimedia Commons

Work experience for deferred students

In August 2020, with A-Level exams cancelled and results determined at the last minute on the strength of centre assessed grades, a small number of Wadham’s undergraduate offer-holders were asked to defer their places for a year due to capacity constraints in University laboratories.


Mauricio Tronca

Climate change prediction

Could high resolution simulators be the future of climate change prediction? 


cloud simulation

Supporting Target Oxbridge

Wadham College is continuing its commitment to Target Oxbridge, funding ten places for talented black students in the 2021/22 academic year.  


Target Oxbridge students at Wadham

Erasmus Medal for Sir Roger Penrose

Wadham Emeritus Fellow and Nobel Laureate Sir Roger Penrose has been awarded the 2020 Erasmus Medal.


Lord Martin Rees, Sir Roger Penrose and Professor Ole Petersen

Scholarship to save lives

A need for a better understanding of public policy to complement his legal training has led Malawian student Lt Col Gilbert Mittawa to Wadham as our 2021 Beit Scholar.


Gilbert Mittawa

Telephone campaign thanks

Generous Wadham alumni have donated over £242,000 during our September telephone campaign.


Wadham student callers

Graduation in pictures

It's graduation season and ceremonies have recommenced in Oxford post-pandemic.



College prize-winners

Congratulations to Wadham students who have been awarded named College prizes following outstanding performance in their studies.


Students at work


Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...

Library manuscript

Visiting Wadham

To prevent the spread of Covid-19, Wadham is closed to tourists and prospective students are asked to contact Admissions. When current restrictions are lifted, visitors are welcome during opening times and prospective students at any time (when occasional restricted events are taking place you may be asked to return).

Term time
13.00 - 16.15
Out of term
10.30 - 11.45
13.00 - 16.15