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Wadham Emeritus Fellow Ray Ockenden presents a study discussion of Eduard Mörike, a significant poet for many composers, most particularly in the songs of Hugo Wolf.
Wadham's graduate and undergraduate Freshers officially join the University of Oxford at the Matriculation ceremony, held in the Sheldonian Building.
How can someone who has lived in England since primary school be suddenly classified as an illegal immigrant, asks alumna and Honorary Fellow Amelia Gentleman in her new book, The Windrush Betrayal.
“This is the second time I've been a caller and it has reconfirmed all that I think is special about Wadham.”
Wadham’s wonderful new student accommodation building on the Iffley Road opens this week.
"Beautiful in form and graceful in function - The Dorothy Wadham Building will be a wonderful home for our second year students and a very fine addition to the Wadham estate."
Wadham golfers took to the sunny fairways of Huntercombe Golf Club in Henley to do battle for the 2019 Whitby Cup.
Teach First, a scheme which attracts the brightest graduates into teaching, is supported by Wadham in the form of bursaries to participating former students.
With the tightening of a bolt, William W H Doo marked the milestone of reaching the highest point in the construction of Wadham’s new Undergraduate and Access Centres.
The Culture of Dissent in Restoration England is the subject of a new book by Wadham’s George Southcombe.
Wadham Fellow Nathalie Seddon is launching a new science-into-policy tool to help tackle climate change through nature at the UN Climate Week in New York.
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
13.00 - 16.15