Postgraduate Courses

We accept students for all courses where we have existing, or cognate, activity or expertise. As you might expect, the list of possible courses for graduate study is extensive, and you can use the College Search Tool on the University’s graduate admissions website to see whether Univ accepts students in the course for which you are considering an application.

Univ has tutorial and professorial Fellows in most subjects, as well as six statutory chairs (in Jurisprudence, Chinese, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Bioinformatics, and Neuroimaging) and some ten Junior Research Fellows. Most Fellows act as supervisors to their own graduate students, and several have large departmentally-based research groups.

In addition, the College hosts various multi-disciplinary research programmes in which many graduates participate. The Global Economic Governance Programme is based in the College, drawing senior academics, politicians, economists, lawyers and philosophers to the College.

The Blavatnik School of Government has had a long association with Univ, and the school's Dean, Professor Ngaire Woods, is a Senior Research Fellow of the College.