We wish all of our students, teachers and colleagues a happy and peaceful year in 2018.
We look forward with enthusiasm to a new year of Octorial education and to seeing our students achieve academic progress and professional development from our programmes.Read more
May Day has been a traditional day of festivities throughout the centuries, associated with towns and villages celebrating springtime fertility (of the soil, livestock, and people) and revelry with village fetes and community gatherings. Planting is usually finished and the labourers traditionally had a day off.Read more
Tucked away in a small galleried building at the back of the Museum of Natural History lies one of Oxford's finest secrets. The Pitt Rivers Museum contains three floors of historical and cultural treasures from all over the world.Read more
To study in Oxford is to join generations of scholarly minds who have sought academic inspiration and enlightenment in this city of 'dreaming spires'. Oxford, home to the oldest surviving university in the English speaking world, is renowned worldwide as a seat of learning excellence.Read more