You will apply to the University centrally via an online application form.
You can find some of the most asked questions about admission below.
We will consider applications for most full-time graduate degrees. To check if we offer your course, please see the relevant Course page on the University website.
If Wolfson offers you a place then you will hear directly from us by email. If your application to Wolfson is unsuccessful then it will be passed onto another college that has places available.
Full fees information can be found on the University's Fees and Funding pages.
Please see the University's Financial Declaration page.
Wolfson tries to accommodate the majority of new students, although this is not always possible, particularly in the case of applications received by the College later in the admissions cycle.
Once the Accommodation Office has received your application form, they will confirm receipt and give you a time span in which they will contact you again with a formal Offer of Accommodation.
Yes. Wolfson welcomes partners and families of students.
If you are starting your course in Michaelmas term (October) you can arrive at College anytime from 1st September - please note however that you may not have access to all facilities over the long vacation and you will not have access to University facilities until your course begins. Most students arrive about two weeks before the start of term. If you are bringing your family, it is also worth considering that local schools start in early September.
Wolfson is situated near Summertown where there are a variety of shops, restaurants, banks etc about ten minutes walk from College. Alternatively, Oxford city centre is a five minute bus or twenty minute walk away, and has all of the amenities that you would expect to find in a city. For answers to more general questions on graduate study, visit the University's page: Any Questions?