The University of Oxford offers a unique experience to graduates, including the opportunity to work with leading academics and with some of the very best libraries, laboratories, museums and collections worldwide.
The University has a world-class international reputation for teaching and research
Book now for the 2014 Humanities Graduate Open Day on Wednesday 12 November
Explore graduate courses for 2015-16 entry, from African studies to zoology
15th to 19th November in New Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata
24th to 27th November in Munich, Frankfurt, Cologne and Berlin
Read our comprehensive guide to graduate courses open to admission for 2015-16 entry, including an A-Z listing of courses.
Graduate students are members of both a department or faculty and a college or hall. Read our guide to the University's colleges and halls.
Full details of fees and living costs for graduate students, information on scholarships and advice on how to find funding opportunities.
Oxford’s approach to graduate study reflects an emphasis on the individual student’s ability to work independently and take the initiative.
Our detailed information will guide you through the graduate admissions process.
Some initial technical issues with access from parts of China to the new graduate application form have now been resolved. Please contact Graduate Admissions if any further issues persist.