President's Welcome

A welcome to Wolfson from College President, Dame Hermione Lee.

Graduate Scholarships

Our scholarships enable talented international graduates to access world-class education. 

Academic Wing Shortlisted

Wolfson's new Academic Wing has been shortlisted for an RICS award.

Welcome to Wolfson

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Wolfson is the largest graduate college in Oxford. Equally strong in humanities and sciences, the College is known for an interdisciplinary approach to study and the internationalism and diversity of our student body.

The College, founded by Isaac Wolfson under the presidency of Isaiah Berlin, is modern and unconventional, forward-thinking and friendly.

Finding a college which caters for your interests is important. Have a look around our website and if you need more information, please contact us.

Why choose Wolfson?


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 After four years living in Oxford and visiting other colleges, I can affirm that Wolfson is truly unique. The non-hierarchical structure and relaxed atmosphere along with its beautiful gardens, great modern facilities, and supportive members make the college a great place to grow intellectually within an international community of postgraduate students. Former student

Latest News

Thu, 13 Mar 2014

A video is now available of a thought-provoking Q & A session between Professor Steven Pinker and four Wolfson Cognitive Psychology Graduate Students. 

Wed, 12 Mar 2014

Professor Hein de Haas gave a fascinating talk at the Wolfson London Lecture on 4 March which served to counter ‘common myths about migration’. 

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