As one of the the largest graduate college in the University of Oxford, and with over 600 students and thriving research clusters, Wolfson has a diverse and engaged scholarly community.
Aims & Activities
In conjunction with the University of Oxford, the College provides academic and pastoral support for 650 graduate students, recognised internationally as being of the highest standard. Students develop academically, advance their leadership qualities and communication skills and prepare to play full and effective roles in society. Early career support for developing academics is also provided.
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Freedom of Information Act 2000
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Wolfson is working on reducing its environmental impact by promoting positive ways that student and staff can help. Learn more.