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Graduate Scholarships

You can find out more about the graduate scholarships to be offered at Wadham in 2019/20 and in future years below. These include a range of scholarships awarded as part of the graduate admissions process. Some are limited to specific subject areas, others are potentially available to any new graduate student.

If you have a query about these scholarships, please email the Graduate Administrator (graduate.admissions@wadham.ox.ac.uk) with your specific question and naming the scholarship to which your query relates. Please do not send your CV or other materials for consideration unless explicitly directed to do so in the scholarship entries below. 

Virtual Open Day

Have a tour around Wadham College with our student guides and take a look at answers from our Access team to your questions about life and work at the University of Oxford.

Wadham women's voices

Have a tour around Wadham College with our student guides and take a look at answers from our Access team to your questions about life and work at the University of Oxford.

Welfare SOS

Wadham has a strong network of welfare advisors  - you’re welcome to talk to any of us about anything. But here’s who we think are your best starting-points for particular issues.

 

Proof of student status and transcripts

Wadham's Academic Office helps provide official letters related to your time here. Current Students requiring proof of student status should apply below for a Student Enrolment Certificate. Please follow the links below for degree verification, confirmation of student status, council tax exemption, student bank accounts, reference requests,  transcripts and visa letters (both for student travel and in support of travel by family members to graduation).

Offer Holders

Congratulations on receiving an offer; we do hope that you will choose to accept it. If you have any questions about your offer, your course or the College, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the Admissions Office on admissions@wadham.ox.ac.uk – we will be very happy to help! You can also check out our FAQ page for answers to some of the questions we are asked most frequently by offer holders.

Reading lists/details of any preparatory work will be posted on this page as they become available over the summer.

As well as our FAQ page you may also find information provided by the University for incoming students helpful to read.

Fees, charges, battels, grants and financial help

Information on fees and charges is sent separately to every first-year student and also posted at the Lodge on the Domestic Bursar’s notice board.

Summer reading

Looking for something to read over your summer holidays? Thanks to the literary skills of Wadham alumni we can help you find just what you’re looking for.