We welcome and support our vibrant, diverse, international community of undergraduate and graduate students.
Prospective UndergraduatesHead to the hub-page for prospective undergraduates.
Prospective Graduates (Masters, DPhil)Head to the hub-page for prospective post-graduate students.
We take the welfare of our community seriously and have a welfare team made up of professionals and peer supporters. SU Welfare Officers also run a number of activities (such as yoga classes) to help students unwind after a hard day studying.
We are committed to supporting students and staff with disabilities. We work closely with the University’s Disability Advisory Service, and with Occupational Health, to ensure we offer appropriate support to staff and students, and to shape the broader culture, physical and academic.
Accessibility is fundamental to our core values and we endeavour to create an environment that is open to all.
Representing Wadham in schools, at Open Days, leading tours of visiting school students and supporting Wadham's outreach work, we have an engaged team of student ambassadors.
Sarah Lawrence/Wadham New York Exchange
Each year, a small number of Wadham students are selected to go on exchange to the United States, spending nearly three weeks during the spring vacation at Sarah Lawrence College in New York. Wadham students take classes at Sarah Lawrence, while working on a specific project of their choice.
Students can relax in Wadham's extensive gardens, an oasis in the city centre.