Renowned for a truly interdisciplinary approach to research, Wolfson benefits from the depth and diversity of an international academic community of students and Fellows representing the very best in their field.
Wolfson is equally strong in humanities and sciences, making it an ideal home for our interdisciplinary Research Clusters. Covering subjects from quantum foundations to the ancient world, each draws on the scholarly expertise within the College to foster innovative approaches to interdisciplinary research. Find out more
At Wolfson, academics at all stages of their careers exchange knowledge and ideas, both informally in the single Common Room shared by Fellows and students alike, and through the President’s seminars, a forum for Fellows and students to discuss their research.
Meet our Research Fellows
Wolfson Library is one of the best graduate college libraries in Oxford, offering a quiet, peaceful study environment and a wealth of resources, continually replenished with notable acquisitions from distinguished scholars.
To find out more about academic life at Wolfson, follow the links on the left.
Professor Hein de Haas gave a fascinating talk at the Wolfson London Lecture on 4 March which served to counter ‘common myths about migration’.
The Leonard Wolfson Auditorium has been shortlisted for a Design Through Innovation RICS award.