Wadham prides itself on its welcoming atmosphere, making College feel like a home from home.  Find out about our thriving Students’ Union, our excellent facilities and the practicalities of living in College.



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Wadham College and the University of Oxford welcome students from all over the world. Wherever you're coming from, we are committed to ensuring that all students feel part of our academic community.  Coming to live in another country can be daunting for even the most experienced traveller. More

Mature/Visiting/2nd BA

Mature/Visiting/2nd BA

Visiting students with clearly defined research proposal which ties in to the research interests of a College tutor; students who wish to study for a second undergraduate degree, having completed a first degree; and mature students who brimg invaluable experience to the classroom are welcome to apply to Wadham. More

The unique atmosphere and community

Post-graduate and undergraduate relations at Wadham are probably the best in Oxford, as the two groups try to integrate as much as possible. Graduate and undergraduate students sit and mix freely at dinner in Hall, in the College bar, and at the fortnightly SU parties.  

Student life

Music at Wadstock

Sporting opportunities

Wadham College, uniquely in Oxford, combines its Junior Common Room (JCR) with its Middle Common Room (MCR) to form a united Students’ Union (SU). The main purpose of the Students’ Union is to represent the interests of the student body in the College and to the outside world, and to help the College meet the needs of every student, whether that is academic, social or other.

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Download a copy of the Alternative Prospectus which is written and compiled by our students with first hand experiences of student life at Wadham.

Wadham's students