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Oxford Fair Trade Coalition hosts Sophi Tranchell, CEO of Divine UK.
Foundation Fellow, John McCall MacBain O.C. (Law, 1980) invites Wadham alumni to join a small group in his private box for an ice hockey game between Genève-Servette HC and ZSC Lions.
Four students have been selected as winners of the Cheney and College Prizes.
A portrait of Wadham’s Warden, Ken Macdonald QC, has been unveiled at a ceremony in the College Dining Hall.
Good at maths? PROMYS Europe 2020, a challenging and stimulating six-week residential summer programme at Wadham College, is seeking mathematically ambitious school students aged 16+ from across Europe.
Half close your eyes and look closely at this ~7500 digit-long prime number and an image of Wadham College founder Dorothy Wadham is revealed.
Wadham Emeritus Fellow and poet Bernard O’Donoghue is author of one of the latest in Oxford’s ‘Very Short Introduction’ series of books.
With the help of alumni funded travel grants, Wadham students have travelled the world, researching the New York jazz scene, protest in Pakistan and the delights of Tokyo.
Making travel plans? Read how Wadham students used alumni funded travel grants to take part in the Edinburgh Fringe, play football in California and discover Langur monkeys in Penang.
Wadham Emeritus Fellow Nick Woodhouse has been appointed CBE in the 2020 New Year Honours List for services to mathematics.
Winning her fight in Oxford’s second ever Women’s Boxing Show, Bella Anderson (Oriental Studies, 2016) explains how boxing keeps her focussed.
Advancing equal access to university is not enough. Social mobility is also about what happens when you get there and when you leave said Sir Michael Barber, Chair of the Office for Students at Wadham’s third Social Mobility Summit.
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).
- Term time
- 13.00 - 16.15
- Out of term
- 10.30 - 11.45
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