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  • Course Name: Ecological Survey Techniques

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    Duration: 12 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Ecological Survey Techniques

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    The PGCert aims to provide the high standard of expert-led training needed to design, plan and implement effective ecological field surveys from beginning to end, including handling data and reporting results.

    Short Description

    The Postgraduate Certificate in Ecological Survey Techniques from the University of Oxford provides the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to conduct effective ecological field surveys for a range of key taxa and to analyse field survey data with confidence.
  • Course Name: Economics and Management

    Subject Name: Economics

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Economics and Management

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    Management is concerned with the effective use and coordination of materials and labour within organisations in the pursuit of the organisations defined objectives. It considers the inter-relationship and interactions between distinct parts of an organisation, and between the organisation and its environment. Management students look at theories, models and frameworks in order to understand how managers behave and consider their role in the process of decision-making. The top-ranking Economics and Management undergraduate degree programme examines issues central to the world: how the economy and organisations function, and how resources are allocated and coordinated. Economics and Management are ideal intellectual partners. Economics provides a broad understanding of economic activity within which all organisations function; Management in turn analyses the character and goals of that functioning. The lectures and seminars are provided by the Department of Economics and the Sad Business School. Graduates in Economics and Management are among the most sought-after in the University. Employers of Economics and Management graduates include leading international organisations in traditional activities, as well as new start-up companies in a variety of high-tech fields. Recent graduates have secured positions in banking and finance, consultancy, research and teaching and a wide range of other sectors. Dean, who completed his degree in 2009, is an Analyst for Greenhill & Co, a leading independent mergers and acquisitions advisory firm. He says: Oxford provided an unparalleled opportunity to enhance my self-confidence, develop thorough analytical skills, and hone my ability to communicate in a clear and articulate manner prerequisites for a career in investment banking.

    Short Description

    Economics studies how consumers, firms and governments make decisions that together determine how resources are allocated. An appreciation of economics helps to make sense of government policy-making, the conduct of businesses and the enormous changes in economic systems which are occurring throughout the world.
  • Course Name: Education (Higher Education)

    Subject Name: Education

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    Duration: 12 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Education (Higher Education)

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    The increasing significance of university rankings, the growing range of international student exchange schemes and public discussion of the vocationalisation of degree programmes, are just some of the current issues within higher education in many countries. Debates about the benefits of higher education to graduates, employers and the state underpin considerations of student fees and how they should be funded.

    Short Description

    The MSc Education (Higher Education) at the University of Oxford provides a broad introduction into the complex field of theories and practice in higher education globally.
  • Course Name: Development Studies

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Development Studies

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    The course will introduce you to development studies as an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary subject. It covers the intellectual history of development, the paradigm shifts and internal conflicts within the discipline and the contemporary relevance of research to development policy and practice.

    Short Description

    The two-year MPhil in Development Studies will provide you with a rigorous and critical introduction to development as a process of managed and unmanaged change in societies in the global South. The course is an excellent preparation for a career in development policy or practice or for further study in the field.
  • Course Name: Music

    Subject Name: Music

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Music

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    Why study Music?

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    Music can be studied from a wide variety of perspectives. We study music by reading, listening, performing and composing. We investigate, through analysis, the relationships between the various parts of the composition. We use documentary evidence to explore how reliable and authoritative a score is and how to perform it.
  • Course Name: Education (Child Development and Education)

    Subject Name: Education

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    Duration: 12 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Education (Child Development and Education)

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    The course aims to promote reflection and discussion about how theories of child development inform practice and how challenges faced in educational and care settings call for further enquiry.

    Short Description

    The MSc Education (Child Development and Education) is unique in offering a combination of a strong research basis with recognised expertise in applied research and policy. It aims to promote critical understanding of developmental theories and research and the use of this knowledge in the design and evaluation of programmes aimed at promoting childrens development and education.
  • Course Name: Egyptology

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Egyptology

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    The MPhil in Egyptology has two paths through the curriculum. The first, Syllabus A, allows those with previous training in Egyptology to pursue their study of the subject to a higher level, to gain specialised expertise, and to begin advanced research in an area of their choice. The second, Syllabus B, enables graduates in another discipline to convert to Egyptology through a graduate level course that offers a certain amount of specialisation, including a significant element of advanced research. In both cases, syllabuses are tailored to the interests of individual students.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Egyptology is a two-year taught graduate degree that offers a satisfying, advanced course of study in the languages, cultures, and history of ancient Egypt. While the MPhil functions as a course in its own right, it is also designed to take students to the stage where they can embark on doctoral research in Egyptology.
  • Course Name: Economics

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Economics

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    The MPhil provides a solid foundation for progressing to the DPhil (PhD) programme at Oxford or elsewhere. If you do not wish to progress to a doctorate, the MPhil provides the advanced knowledge and skills required for a career as a professional economist in public service or the private sector. Numerous MPhil graduates have gone on to distinguished careers in economics or related fields. This is the course recommended if you have not undertaken any previous graduate work in economics.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Economics is designed to provide rigorous training in economic theory, its techniques and applications, and in quantitative research methods. It is comparable to the first two years of a PhD programme at the best US universities.
  • Course Name: Financial Economics

    Subject Name: Accounting and Finance

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    Duration: 9 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Financial Economics

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    The MFE is delivered through the University of Oxfords Sad Business School and is run jointly by the Sad Business School's finance faculty and the University's Department of Economics. This means that, unlike more conventional graduate courses, the programme features interactive classes, use of case studies, practitioner teaching, and proactive careers support.

    Short Description

    The MSc in Financial Economics (MFE) is a full-time, nine-month programme that provides outstanding training in the tools of financial economics sought by financial institutions, companies and public organisations.The course combines a rigorous academic core with tailored practical applications, designed in consultation with leading financial recruiters.
  • Course Name: Fine Art

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Fine Art

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    The Ruskin School of Art offers a three-year studio-based BFA course in which students work alongside each other in collaboratively organised studios. Whereas many fine art courses run in an environment devoted exclusively to art and design, Ruskin students, as members of a collegiate university, have the advantage of contact with their contemporaries on all of Oxfords other courses. The Ruskin course aims to develop strong independent points of view and a mature grasp of the range of critical debate surrounding contemporary art and its many international histories. Oxfords short terms, coupled with the ambitious atmosphere at the Ruskin, suit highly motivated and resourceful students with a good sense of how to organise their time both in and out of Oxford. The first year of the course is structured to introduce students to each other, to the resources of the school and to the staff involved in teaching and running the Ruskin. Students will familiarise themselves with their fellow students work, take part in group criticism and engage in intensive dialogue with tutors and visiting artists. The intimate working environment of the school, arranged in two buildings, allows art history, theory and criticism to be treated as integral to the development of studio work. The Ruskin also enjoys a strong and constructive relationship with Modern Art Oxford and students have full access to the many exceptional University libraries and museums, including the Ashmolean.

    Short Description

    Fine Art is the making and study of visual art. It educates and prepares students to become artists and to follow other practices that are aligned to the making of art. The curriculum is centred on the individual students potential and imagination.
  • Course Name: Financial Strategy

    Subject Name: Accounting and Finance

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    Duration: 12 months

    Language: English

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    Financial Strategy

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    Designed for experienced finance practitioners and managers it provides its graduates with highly-developed financial acumen, strategy techniques and business knowledge.

    Short Description

    The Diploma in Financial Strategy draws on Oxford University's strengths in finance and strategy and offers a distinct intellectual edge. Led by Academic Director, Dr Ken Okamura and other world-leading faculty in the areas of strategy and finance, the four programme modules combine the highest standards of academic rigour with a practical understanding of business and wealth creation:
  • Course Name: Epidemiology (distance learning)

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    Duration: 24 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Epidemiology (distance learning)

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    The course covers a range of quantitative and qualitative methods of data collection and data analysis, and introduces you to the challenges of carrying out social research in the field of education. A particular feature of the course is that all students may take part in an internship where they work with an academic on an ongoing research project. During this time they gain experience by working on the variety of activities that are an everyday part of doing educational research.

    Short Description

    The MSc Education (Research Design and Methodology) introduces you to the range of tools and concepts that are necessary in educational research and provides you with the knowledge and abilities to undertake your own research and to evaluate the research of others.
  • Course Name: European and Middle Eastern Languages

    Subject Name: Anthropology

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    Duration: 48 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    European and Middle Eastern Languages

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    Through its long-standing traditions and more recent gifts, Oxford has outstanding resources for the study of Middle Eastern and modern European languages. The Bodleian Library and Taylor Institution Library (for languages) have a magnificent collection of books and manuscripts. The Taylor Institution Library is one of the biggest research and lending libraries devoted to modern European languages in the world. Associated with the University is the Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, which houses the Leopold Muller Library with more than 35,000 volumes in Hebrew and more than 7,000 volumes in Western languages.

    Short Description

    This course in European and Middle Eastern Languages (EMEL) enables students to combine papers in one of the languages taught in the Faculty of Modern Languages with papers in Arabic, Hebrew, Persian or Turkish, thus providing opportunities to take advantage of the cultural linkages which exist between a number of European and Middle Eastern languages.
  • Course Name: Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation

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    The MPhil is designed for students with a specific interest in understanding the effectiveness of policies, such as regulations and laws, and social interventions, such as cash transfers or parenting education. It prepares students for a career in, for example, development or public policy. Applicants with a professional background, such as those in evaluation, public health or consulting, will enhance their research skills and develop a major piece of research in a world-class environment.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation emphasises research methods for evaluating interventions and policies, as well as the advanced study of evidence-based practice, with, for example, children and families, peoples with mental health problems, refugees, drug users, HIV prevention, and young offenders.
  • Course Name: Evidence-Based Health Care

    Subject Name: Health Sciences

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    Duration: 48 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Evidence-Based Health Care

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    The MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care will position you to integrate the best available research evidence with your clinical expertise and patient values to make better informed decisions in your field of health care.

    Short Description

    The MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care is designed to help health professionals base your clinical and health management decisions on valid, reliable and relevant evidence, determined by sound scientific research and evaluation. It can be taken part-time alongside work commitments, normally over two to four years.
  • Course Name: General Linguistics and Comparative Philology

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    General Linguistics and Comparative Philology

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    After the MPhil, students who are readmitted to continue as confirmed DPhil students may submit a DPhil thesis for examination after one or two further years of work, and the MPhil thesis may be revised and included as part of the DPhil thesis. In this way, a pathway to the DPhil in little more than three years can be offered.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in General Linguistics and Comparative Philology is a taught course offering a range of options for graduates seeking a higher academic qualification in language studies and wishing to specialise in general linguistics (including phonetics but not applied linguistics), in historical and comparative linguistics, or in the linguistics of a specific language.
  • Course Name: Greek And/or Roman History

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Greek And/or Roman History

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    Most MPhil graduates go on to take doctorates, either in Oxford or elsewhere. Many subsequently take up university teaching or research posts after finishing their doctorates. Those who do not take doctorates go into a variety of occupations, including teaching, publishing, administration, business and other professions.

    Short Description

    This two-year MPhil is the course taken by the majority of master's students in Ancient History. It is a research training degree designed to equip you with a range of both knowledge and skills in Greek and/or Roman history.
  • Course Name: Greek and-or Latin Languages and Literature

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Greek and-or Latin Languages and Literature

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    The majority of students take the shorter MSt, which the faculty recommends as the default master's choice in Greek and/or Latin languages and literature. However, the MPhil is often taken by two groups of students and designed with them in mind: those who feel that they would benefit from two more years of taught education in Classics before embarking on a doctorate; and those who have a clear idea of the topic that they hope to research eventually for their doctorate, and who wish to start extensive work on this topic already in their master's dissertation.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Greek and/or Latin Literature is a 21-month taught graduate course that can be used as a route to the DPhil, if then followed by two years of doctoral study. Applicants for the MPhil wishing to enter doctoral programmes elsewhere after their master's degree at Oxford are also welcomed.
  • Course Name: English Studies (Medieval Period)

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    English Studies (Medieval Period)

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    All course work will be completed by the end of the second term (Hilary term), leaving the summer term (Trinity term) for the writing of the dissertation, which is submitted in June.

    Short Description

    The MPhil is a two year programme designed for students wishing to attain a thorough grounding in medieval English language and literature and related subjects at an advanced level, either as a preparation for doctoral research or as an autonomous qualification.
  • Course Name: History (Ancient and Modern)

    Subject Name: History

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    History (Ancient and Modern)

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    This Oxford course offers an extraordinary range of choices (more than 90 options) reflecting the breadth of interests of those who teach here. The Oxford Classics and History Faculties are world famous for teaching and research. Most of the people who will teach you here will be leading researchers in their field, and lecturers are encouraged to put on new courses which reflect their own interests. The study of original sources forms the basis of Further and Special Subjects.

    Short Description

    This course enables students to study history from the Bronze Age Mediterranean and Near East, through the Roman Empire, middle ages, and early modern period, right up to British, European and world history in the present day. Fruitful comparisons between societies abound, and the methods by which we study them are mutually illuminating.
  • Course Name: International Relations

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    International Relations

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    The MPhil in International Relations is a two-year (21-month) course which offers intellectually rigorous training in the recent history of world politics, and in the theoretical or conceptual study of international relations, as well as the appropriate research methods.
  • Course Name: History of Art

    Subject Name: History of Art or Architecture and Design

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    History of Art

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    The University collections, including the world-famous Ashmolean Museum, provide subjects for first-hand study under the supervision of those entrusted with their care. The historic architecture of the city and its environs supplies a rich source of study in its own right. The Oxford degree is designed to provide innovative insights into a wider range of world art than is available elsewhere in Britain in a single course, drawing its expertise from various faculties and the staff of University collections, as well as from the department itself. There is a strong emphasis upon how the primary visual and written sources from various periods and places can be analysed in different ways, as well as encouraging students to enquire about the nature of reactions to what we call art.

    Short Description

    Anything designed by human beings exhibits visual qualities that are specific to the place and period in which it originates. History of Art concentrates on objects generally described as art, though in Oxford this definition is framed broadly to embrace items beyond Fine art or Western art.
  • Course Name: Environmental Change and Management

    Subject Name: Geography and Environmental Sciences

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    Duration: 24 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Environmental Change and Management

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    The MPhil is a two year course. The second year is devoted to researching and writing a thesis of up to 30,000 words (either as a single monograph or two academic papers). In the first year, you will take the coursework associated with the MSc in Environmental Change and Management. This course has three overarching aims, to:

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Environmental Change and Management aims to give you a broad appreciation of major processes of environmental change and of the people and institutions involved in environmental management.The course seeks to produce environmental leaders who are interdisciplinary and analytical in their approach to environmental issues, and competent and aware decision makers.
  • Course Name: Islamic Art and Archaeology

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Islamic Art and Archaeology

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    You will have a supervisor who will guide your progress through the course and who will agree with you a programme of work and a timetable for each term of the course, including: general skills and research specific training, formal teaching and instruction, attendance at lectures and seminars, and regular meetings (normally at least twice per term) with the supervisor for detailed discussion on your progress. You will be expected to attend tutorials, classes, lectures and seminars regularly, and your tutors and language instructors will give you regular assignments of written work. Tutors and language instructors report to your supervisor on your progress at the end of each term, and the supervisor will write a formal report upon your work and progress during the term.

    Short Description

    The MPhil is a two-year course combining comprehensive training in the history of Islamic art, architecture and archaeology, research, and language instruction. The course is designed for students with little or no background in Islamic art and archaeology who wish also to learn Arabic or Persian or Ottoman Turkish.
  • Course Name: Islamic Studies and History

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Islamic Studies and History

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    The course focuses on the political, social, and intellectual history of the central Islamic lands (Egypt, the Fertile Crescent, the Arabian Peninsula, Iran, Central Asia and Anatolia) up until c. 1500, and differs from analogous MPhil courses at other universities in the significance it places on language instruction in classical Arabic, Persian and Turkish, and the study of primary sources.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Islamic Studies and History is a two-year course intended primarily for students who desire an intensive introduction to Islamic history and thought in the pre-modern period. The course would be an excellent preparation for subsequent doctoral study.
  • Course Name: Japanese Studies

    Subject Name: Linguistics

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    Duration: 12 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Japanese Studies

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    The MSc in Japanese Studies is intended to be both a stand-alone course for those seeking to improve their language skills and an interdisciplinary introduction to the study of modern Japan. It is taught by full-time members of the Nissan and Oriental Institutes and all the courses are designed for master's-level students.

    Short Description

    This is a twelve-month programme offered jointly by the Faculty of Oriental Studies and the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies that combines courses about Japan, an intensive language programme, a research methods course and a 12,000-word dissertation. Native speakers of Japanese or those with native speaker competence are also encouraged to apply.
  • Course Name: Jewish Studies in the Graeco-Roman Period

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Jewish Studies in the Graeco-Roman Period

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    The course consists of instruction in the history and institutions of the Jews and in three specialised areas of Jewish studies which involve close study of particular types of primary texts. The course is examined at the end of the sixth term by four three-hour papers and by a thesis of not more than 30,000 words.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Jewish Studies in the Graeco-Roman Period aims to provide you with a good general knowledge of Jewish history, religion and culture in the period from 200 BCE to 425 CE, the period of the Second Temple and the Talmud.
  • Course Name: Human Sciences

    Subject Name: Biological Sciences

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Human Sciences

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    The course draws on specialists from a number of different faculties in the University. Lectures introduce most of the material you will need and provide the core concepts and theories for each paper. Tutorials, given by specialists in different fields, allow you to consider particular topics in greater depth. They also allow students from different academic backgrounds to gain the necessary grounding across a range of subjects.

    Short Description

    Human Sciences studies the biological, social and cultural aspects of human life, and provides a challenging alternative to some of the more traditional courses offered at Oxford. The school was founded in 1969 in recognition of the need for interdisciplinary understanding of fundamental issues and problems confronting contemporary societies.
  • Course Name: Judaism and Christianity in the Graeco-Roman World

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    Duration: 12 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Judaism and Christianity in the Graeco-Roman World

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    An emphasis is placed on the detailed study of primary evidence for both Judaism and Christianity in the first and early second centuries CE. You will therefore require a good existing knowledge of both Hebrew and Greek.

    Short Description

    This degree is offered jointly by the Faculty of Theology and Religion and the Faculty of Oriental Studies. The course is ideal for students wishing to learn more about the origins of Christianity by coming to grips with the complex evidence for the state of Judaism in the Graeco-Roman World in the first century.
  • Course Name: Late Antique and Byzantine Studies

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Late Antique and Byzantine Studies

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    This is a two-year taught course that can be taken as a free-standing degree, or as the first step towards doctoral research.The course includes the completion of a 30,000-word dissertation.

    Short Description

    This two-year course has been devised as a multi-purpose introduction to the Roman world in Late Antiquity, to Byzantium, the medieval successor of the East Roman Empire, and to neighbouring peoples and their cultures.
  • Course Name: Law - Jurisprudence

    Subject Name: Law

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Law - Jurisprudence

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    The Oxford Law degrees aim to develop in their students a high level of skill in comprehension, analysis and presentation. Students are expected to read a good deal, mostly from primary sources (such as cases and statutes), rather than to take other peoples word for things. They are expected to think hard about what they have read, so as to develop views not simply about what the law is, but also about why it is so, whether it should be so, and how it might be different. Students are asked to process what they read, together with their own thoughts, and to prepare essays and presentations for discussion in tutorials. The Oxford syllabus comprises topics chosen primarily for their intellectual interest, rather than for the frequency with which they arise in practice. Nevertheless, the skills of researching, thinking and presentation developed by the Oxford Law courses are eminently suited to practical application, and employers recognise this. Oxford is probably the only leading law school in the world where the main means by which teaching is done consists of group discussion (tutorials) in groups as small as one, two or three students and a tutor. The modern, purpose-built Bodleian Law Library holds more books than almost any other comparable library in the UK. Colleges also have collections of law books for student use.

    Short Description

    There are two Law courses at Oxford: Course I is a three-year course and Course II is a four-year course which follows the same syllabus, with the extra year being spent abroad following a prescribed course at a university within the European Union.
  • Course Name: Modern Chinese Studies

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Modern Chinese Studies

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    The course is suitable for graduates who have developed an interest in China and now want to take that to a level where it could be useful for their future careers. It can be taken either as a terminal degree in preparation for professional work in which knowledge of China and Chinese is an advantage, or in preparation for further research as part of a doctoral degree in either the humanities or social sciences.

    Short Description

    The MPhil Modern Chinese Studies is a two-year master's degree programme offered jointly by the Faculty of Oriental Studies and the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies which combines intensive study of the Chinese language with thorough training in the study of modern China.
  • Course Name: Modern Languages

    Subject Name: Linguistics

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    Duration: 48 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Modern Languages

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    Modern Languages have been taught in Oxford since 1724. The faculty is one of the largest in the country, with a total intake of more than 250 students a year (including joint courses). Undergraduate students can use the Taylor Institution Library, the biggest research library in Britain devoted to modern languages.

    Short Description

    Studying Modern Languages provides both practical training in written and spoken language and also an extensive introduction to European literature and thought. You will learn to write and speak the language(s) fluently, and will be able to choose from a broad range of options including linguistics, film studies and advanced translation.
  • Course Name: Medical Anthropology

    Subject Name: Anthropology

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Medical Anthropology

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    The MPhil is similar in topical scope and breadth to the MSc, but it allows for a deeper engagement with the theory and practice of anthropological research.

    Short Description

    The two-year MPhil course offers coordinated training in both social and biological anthropological approaches to health and illness, with special emphasis on methods. It provides the necessary basis for future anthropological research and an excellent cross-cultural grounding for those aiming to pursue a career in anthropology, global health or other health-related fields.
  • Course Name: Modern Languages

    Subject Name: Linguistics

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Modern Languages

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    Many MPhil students proceed to doctoral degrees at Oxford or at other universities. Other graduate destinations include teaching, journalism, law, publishing and the civil service.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Modern Languages is designed to allow those who have a high level of attainment in a foreign language, and have studied literature to a degree level, to undertake more advanced work. The course is suitable both if you wish to proceed to a research degree or if you wish to spend only two years at Oxford.
  • Course Name: Materials Science

    Subject Name: Materials Technology

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    Duration: 48 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Materials Science

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    Modern society is heavily dependent on advanced materials: lightweight composites for faster vehicles, optical fibres for telecommunications and silicon microchips for the information revolution. Materials scientists study the relationships between the structure and properties of a material and how it is made. They also develop new materials and devise processes for manufacturing them. Materials Science is vital for developments in nanotechnology, quantum computing and nuclear fusion, as well as medical technologies such as bone replacement materials. This diverse programme spans the subject from its foundations in physics and chemistry to the mechanical, electrical, magnetic and optical properties of materials, and the design, manufacture and applications of metals, alloys, ceramics, polymers, composites and biomaterials. This work is supported by excellent laboratory and teaching facilities. In a course taught partly by the Sad Business School, the programme also offers an opportunity to develop an understanding of entrepreneurship (learning how to write a business plan, raise capital and start a company). There are also voluntary options to learn a language . The Oxford Materials degree includes the special feature in its fourth year of an eight-month full-time research project, when you join a research team here at Oxford in one of the strongest Departments of Materials in the UK or, occasionally, at an overseas university or in an industrial laboratory (additional costs may be associated with a project outside Oxford). Significant scientific publications sometimes result from these projects. You will learn how to break down a complex problem, design an experiment or model, manage a project and communicate your results. These research skills are transferable to many career paths and are valued highly by employers. The current MEng degree is accredited by the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) on behalf of the UK Engineering Council, towards the achievement of Chartered Engineer status. Reassessment of the programme by the IOM3 is expected to take place in 2015; the outcome will determine the accreditation status of the programme for those cohorts of students commencing their studies in the studies in the period October 2015 to October 2019.

    Short Description

    Materials science is an interdisciplinary subject, spanning the physics and chemistry of matter, engineering applications and industrial manufacturing processes.
  • Course Name: Archaeology and Anthropology

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Archaeology and Anthropology

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    By choosing to study here you will be able to:

    Short Description

    Archaeology and anthropology together encompass the study of humankind from the origins of the human species to the present day. Both disciplines have a long history: archaeology grew from 18th-century antiquarianism, while anthropology began even earlier in the first days of colonial encounter.
  • Course Name: Mathematical and Computational Finance

    Subject Name: Mathematics

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    Duration: 10 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Mathematical and Computational Finance

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    The course lays the foundation for further research in academia or for a career as a quantitative analyst in a financial or other institution.

    Short Description

    The course provides you with a strong mathematical background with the skills necessary to apply your expertise to the solution of real finance problems. You will develop skills so that you are able to formulate a well posed problem from a description in financial language, carry out relevant mathematical analysis, develop and implement an appropriate numerical scheme and present and interpret the
  • Course Name: Mathematical Finance

    Subject Name: Accounting and Finance

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    Duration: 28 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Mathematical Finance

    About

    Incorporating concepts from applied and pure mathematics, statistics, computing and corporate finance, the course gives you a broad intellectual perspective and covers, from fundamentals to the latest research, the most important aspects of quantitative finance currently in use in the finance industry.

    Short Description

    The part-time MSc in Mathematical Finance aims to develop your mathematical modelling, data analysis and computational skills as applied to finance, without the need to take time out of your career to study.
  • Course Name: Music (Composition)

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Music (Composition)

    About

    The Master of Philosophy in Music (Composition) introduces a broad range of current methodologies and approaches in music scholarship.

    Short Description

    The MPhil is designed for students wishing to attain a thorough grounding in composition at an advanced level, either as a preparation for doctoral research or an autonomous qualification. In the first year you will follow the MSt in Music (Composition), proceeding in the second year to individual supervision leading to the completion of a portfolio of compositions and written work.
  • Course Name: Nature, Society and Environmental Governance

    Subject Name: Anthropology

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    Duration: 24 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Nature, Society and Environmental Governance

    About

    The MPhil in Nature, Society and Environmental Governance is grounded in the conviction that responses to political and environmental challenges requires researchers and practitioners trained in the social sciences, with the ability to think flexibly across disciplinary and sectorial boundaries. It will enable you to develop a theoretically sophisticated and empirically grounded understanding of the dynamic relations between environment, society and policy.

    Short Description

    The rate and complexity of environmental change poses profound economic, social and political challenges for contemporary society. Developing ways to address these challenges demands intellectual rigour, innovation and flexibility, as well as the capacity to think across existing disciplinary boundaries.
  • Course Name: Physics

    Subject Name: Physics and Astronomy

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    Duration: 48 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Physics

    About

    Oxford has one of the largest university physics departments in the UK, with an outstanding and very diverse research programme in six sub-departments:

    Short Description

    Physics is concerned with the study of the universe from the smallest to the largest scale, why it is the way it is and how it works. Such knowledge is basic to scientific progress. The language of physics is mathematics: formulating physical theories sometimes requires new mathematical structures. Physics is a fundamental science and a practical subject.
  • Course Name: Organisational Leadership

    Subject Name: Business and Management Studies

    Course Degree Name:

    Duration: 12 months

    Language: English

    Course Level:

    Organisational Leadership

    About

    The Diploma in Organisational Leadership offers:

    Short Description

    This masters-level postgraduate diploma develops you as a leader who can navigate the complexities of 21st century business. The Diploma in Organisational Leadership is designed for high achievers in significant management roles to question assumptions about management practice and build a deeper understanding of how to manage people and organisations for competitive advantage.
  • Course Name: Politics (Comparative Government)

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Politics (Comparative Government)

    About

    The MPhil in Politics (Comparative Government) emphasises the research-led study of government and political institutions from area-specific and comparative perspectives, and provides a range of educational experiences in a variety of learning environments to develop your written and oral communication skills as well as other technical skills.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Politics (Comparative Government) is an advanced two-year graduate degree which provides training in research techniques and methodology and enables you to acquire substantive knowledge in this sub-area of the discipline. It is also suitable if you wish to later embark upon doctoral research.
  • Course Name: Oxford 1+1 MBA

    Subject Name: Business and Management Studies

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    Duration: 24 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Oxford 1+1 MBA

    About

    As the global business environment becomes increasingly complex and interconnected, this powerful combination allows you to gain deep knowledge and expertise in your specialist fields, as well as developing a comprehensive understanding of business, exceptional leadership skills and practical experience.

    Short Description

    The Oxford 1+1 MBA is a unique opportunity for talented individuals to combine a Master's degree from one of several Oxford University departments with our one-year MBA
  • Course Name: Politics (European Politics and Society)

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Politics (European Politics and Society)

    About

    The MPhil in Politics (European Politics and Society) is taught by a group of scholars who specialise in all aspects of European politics, including European integration, comparative European government, Europes external relations and the political systems of individual European countries.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Politics (European Politics and Society) is an advanced two-year graduate degree which provides training in research techniques and methodology and enables you to acquire substantive knowledge in this sub-area of the discipline. It is also suitable if you later wish to embark upon doctoral research.
  • Course Name: Radiation Biology

    Subject Name: Biological Sciences

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    Duration: 12 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Radiation Biology

    About

    Applicants are strongly advised to visit the Medical Sciences Graduate School website to help them identify the most suitable course and supervisors.

    Short Description

    The one-year, full-time, taught course in radiation biology leading to an MSc awarded by the University of Oxford. The MSc in Radiation Biology comprises a five-month core theoretical course covering the emerging areas of fundamental biology for oncology and its treatment by radiotherapy and a six-month high-quality basic and clinically-applied research project.
  • Course Name: Slavonic Studies

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    Duration: 24 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Slavonic Studies

    About

    Generally student numbers in the MPhil are relatively small and this allows the teaching to be tailored to the particular choices students make. Teaching is provided through a mixture of classes and tutorials. The course offers you, in addition to the second language, training in various philological, literary and historical fields and in associated methodologies (comparative philological method, palaeography, textology, literary theory).

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Slavonic Studies is designed to help those who already possess a good knowledge of Russian or another Slavonic language to acquire grounding in areas of Slavonic studies which were not part of their first degree course. Students are able to select from a wide range of philological, literary and historical subjects as a preparation for advanced research in this field.
  • Course Name: Russian and East European Studies

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Russian and East European Studies

    About

    Courses are taught through a combination of lectures and classes. You will be required to submit essays and make class presentations.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Russian and East European Studies is a two-year programme for graduates who are interested in gaining a deeper knowledge and understanding of Russia and Eastern Europe through the study of the region across a range of disciplines including history, economics, politics, international relations, society and culture.
  • Course Name: Socio-Legal Research

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    Duration: 12 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Socio-Legal Research

    About

    The degree can either serve as a qualification in its own right or as a route into the Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) degree, including the DPhil in Socio-Legal Studies.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Socio-Legal Research is a one-year research masters degree in the course of which you will write a 25,000- to 30,000-word dissertation. Students are encouraged to develop a topic that contributes to an understanding of law in society, drawing on empirical and theoretical perspectives.
  • Course Name: Theology and Religion

    Subject Name: Theology and Religious Studies

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Theology and Religion

    About

    Oxford has been at the very heart of religious debate, reform and turmoil in the British Isles for eight centuries so that the faculty here wears a mantle of history not available in most other universities. At the same time Theology and Religion at Oxford is embracing wholeheartedly the challenges of the 21st century with the opportunity to study all the major world religions and their primary languages. Students can also explore the relationship between religion and science, and the place of religious ethics in public life.

    Short Description

    While Theology is an ancient intellectual discipline, no-one can doubt the momentous social significance of religion around the world today. Study of the subject provides an understanding of the intellectual underpinning of religious traditions, and of the social and cultural contexts for religious belief and practice.
  • Course Name: Theology

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Theology

    About

    This 21-month course offers extensive postgraduate education in a specialist field of theology for very able students. It includes a short thesis of up to 30,000 words based on independent scholarly research, which may contribute to a future research degree, and at least three formal examination papers or groups of assessed essays.

    Short Description

    The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Theology degree offers more extensive study of a particular field of theology at an advanced level, with rigorous training in relevant research methods and a period of scholarly research and writing.
  • Course Name: Tibetan and Himalayan Studies

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Tibetan and Himalayan Studies

    About

    You will read academic articles and books by way of general background to the region, and will attend weekly lectures on various aspects of Tibetan history and civilisation in the Michaelmas and Hilary terms. Selected topics will be treated in more detail in a set of eight essays/tutorials. You will also be encouraged to attend a series of introductory lectures on Buddhism. Throughout the whole course, attendance at lectures by visiting scholars as well as the weekly student presentations in Tibetan studies will be strongly recommended.

    Short Description

    This programme aims to introduce Tibetan and Himalayan studies to students who do not have a background in the subject. Emphasis is on teaching the Tibetan language (both spoken and literary). Students are also introduced to the history and civilisation of the area, including Tibetan history, society, literature and religions.
  • Course Name: Traditional East Asia

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Traditional East Asia

    About

    Oriental studies graduates have found employment in many and diverse fields including museology, libraries, journalism, diplomacy, but also international banking, business, law, government service, secondary education and non-governmental organisations.

    Short Description

    The MPhil examines the Sinitic tradition and its adaptations in Korea and Japan. It will appeal to students wishing to develop an intimate knowledge of the region for academic purposes or as preparation for careers in museology, libraries, journalism, diplomacy, international banking, business, law, government service, secondary education or non-governmental organisations.
  • Course Name: Undergraduate Certificate of Higher Education

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    Duration: 24 months

    Language: English

    Course Level:

    Undergraduate Certificate of Higher Education

    About

    Modules in your main subject area

    Short Description

    The Department for Continuing Education is delighted to offer the Certificate of Higher Education. This is a part-time course, lasting between two and four years depending on how intensively you wish to study. Students choose a main subject discipline in which they do most of their classes, but they combine this with study in other academic subjects.
  • Course Name: Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology

    Subject Name: Anthropology

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology

    About

    Many graduates enter teaching and research, though this often requires a doctorate. There is some recruitment to public bodies, the larger private companies, museums and galleries, development agencies, NGOs etc.

    Short Description

    The MPhil acts as a terminal degree but will also prepare you for doctoral research by introducing a wide range of theories and perspectives on museum anthropology, visual anthropology, and material culture theory, as well as practical field- and museum-based research methodologies.
  • Course Name: Water Science, Policy and Management

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    Duration: 24 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Water Science, Policy and Management

    About

    The MPhil is a two year course. In the first year you will take the coursework associated with the MSc in Water Science, Policy and Management. The course comprises eight core modules within three thematic areas water science, water and society, and water management.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Water Science, Policy and Management aims to equip the next generation of water professionals with the blend of skills necessary to make a significant contribution to sustainable water management pathways across competing priorities of water for ecosystems, food, energy, economic growth and human consumption.
  • Course Name: Biodiversity, Conservation and Management

    Subject Name: Business and Management Studies

    Course Degree Name:

    Duration: 24 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Biodiversity, Conservation and Management

    About

    The MPhil is a two year course. In the first year, you will take the coursework associated with the MSc in Biodiversity Conservation and Management. The course design is informed by the recognition that biodiversity conservation, as a domain of science and policy, needs to become more contextual and multi-level in its conception. The course content is rooted in our established strengths in conservation biogeography, governance and planning, in global change and in research design. The course design also responds to the rise of market-based conservation including engagements with enterprise and the transformative potential of new technologies.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management aims to provide a critical and conceptually sophisticated understanding of biodiversity science and the socio-economic, political, cultural and institutional environments within which management and policy decisions are made. The second year is devoted to researching and writing a thesis of 30,000 words.
  • Course Name: Comparative Social Policy

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    Duration: 12 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Comparative Social Policy

    About

    You will study a core paper in comparative social policy and social policy analysis. This paper covers the theories, principles, history and institutions of social policy, and is taught via a closely-linked package of lectures, seminars, small working seminars and individual tutorials. You will also engage in detailed work on social policy analysis through lectures, seminars and presentations.

    Short Description

    The MSc in Comparative Social Policy explores welfare systems and policy developments across a range of countries with an OECD focus.The comparative element is a key part of the course, and is one feature that makes the course at Oxford unique.
  • Course Name: Classical Archaeology

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Classical Archaeology

    About

    The MPhil combines the flexibility of the MSt in Classical Archaeology, which allows you to choose from a wide range of broad periods - from Prehistoric Aegean through Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic and various Roman periods to Later Antiquity - and detailed options, with the opportunity to research a topic of your choice in the form of a 25,000-word thesis.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Classical Archaeology is designed for those interested in continuing to a doctorate in Classical archaeology, and for those with experience in other areas of classical studies wishing to develop an understanding of the material culture.
  • Course Name: Classical Indian Religion

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Classical Indian Religion

    About

    The first part of the course, lasting five months, is an intensive study of the rudiments of Sanskrit. It leads to a written examination at the end of March of your ability to translate prepared texts and of your knowledge of grammar. You are not allowed to proceed to the second part of the course unless you pass this examination. In the second part of the course you will have regular classes in reading Sanskrit religious texts. There are four short lists of prescribed texts - Shaiva, Vaishnava, Buddhist, and also what might be termed mainstream - and you will read the texts from two of these lists. In the final examination there is one three-hour written paper in the linguistically-based parts of the course. The paper is divided into two parts, which carry equal weight, a part on translation from the prepared set texts and a part on unprepared translation from Sanskrit, the latter usually consisting of one passage in epic Sanskrit and one from a typical commentary on a religious text. In the final examination there are also two three-hour written papers on the history of classical Indian religion, with the subject matter divided more or less chronologically. To prepare for this, there are normally lectures in the first term of the course introducing the religions indigenous to India. In subsequent terms you will be given regular tutorials, for which you will often prepare essays to discuss with your tutors. From time to time there are also other relevant lectures and seminars. The earliest Buddhist texts are in Pali, but Pali is not examined and is not a compulsory part of the course. However, teaching in Pali is always available, and students who have this particular interest sometimes study the language and participate in Pali reading classes. Besides the three written examinations already mentioned, you either have to offer a fourth written three-hour paper, on approaches to the study of Indian religion, or to write a thesis of up to 20,000 words. In practice most students choose the latter option. It is usual to write the thesis mostly during the vacations, and it has to be handed in at the beginning of the final term. Tutors will discuss the choice of topic with you and supply a bibliography, and may criticise a first draft, but the final version of the thesis is entirely your own work. If you are subsequently admitted for a research degree, a successful MPhil thesis may form the basis of your doctoral dissertation.

    Short Description

    This course introduces you to classical Indian religion in a way that bases understanding on original sources and that equips you to continue in the same vein.
  • Course Name: Classical Archaeology and Ancient History

    Subject Name: Classics and Ancient History

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Classical Archaeology and Ancient History

    About

    The degree is taught through a mixture of tutorials, lectures and classes. Some cover specifically archaeological or historical approaches to ancient Mediterranean cultures, but the degree is unique in also offering courses that combine both approaches. In every year of the course there are classes led by both an archaeologist and a historian, which are designed to give an integrated, interdisciplinary approach to the topics studied. The Universitys resources for this combined subject are excellent, in terms of both library facilities, especially the Sackler Library, and the range and number of postholders in the two fields. The Ashmolean Museum also contains wide-ranging collections of art and artefacts from classical cultures.

    Short Description

    The course combines study of the history, archaeology and art of the classical world. It looks at the societies and cultures of the ancient Mediterranean world through their written texts, visual art and material remains, and has at its centre the two classical cultures of Greece and Rome.
  • Course Name: Economic and Social History

    Subject Name: History

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Economic and Social History

    About

    Short Description

    This two-year specialist programme offers a unique framework for research training in economic and social history. It offers a wide range of options and allows you to specialise in economic and/or social history, or historical demography, although the boundaries between these areas are deliberately permeable.
  • Course Name: Biomedical Sciences

    Subject Name: Medical Technology

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    Duration: 36 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Biomedical Sciences

    About

    Oxford is a highly respected and internationally recognised centre for biomedical research and, on this interdisciplinary course, students will receive the benefit of tuition from leading experts working within a variety of non-clinical and clinical departments. This course provides students with an intellectually stimulating education in modern molecular, cellular and systems biology and neuroscience. The course has been designed so that students first acquire an integrated understanding of biomedical science that allows them to shape their subsequent studies towards the topics that interest them the most. As the course progresses, increasing emphasis is placed on relating knowledge to scientific research. That emphasis is demonstrated by the opportunity for all students to obtain first-hand experience of laboratory research in the later stages of the course. Students choose their own project and the possible areas for research within the University are wide ranging. On the basis of the specialisation initiated by the selection of second-year modules and confirmed by the choice of third-year options, students will be awarded a degree in Neuroscience or Cell and Systems Biology.

    Short Description

    Biomedical scientists focus on how cells, organs and systems function in the human body, an exciting and dynamic area that is highly relevant to the understanding and treatment of human diseases. This course does not provide a medical training.
  • Course Name: Buddhist Studies

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Buddhist Studies

    About

    You will be requested to select a primary Buddhist canonical language. The options currently available are Sanskrit, Classical Tibetan and Classical Chinese. The first year focuses on intensive training in all aspects of your chosen language, without presuming previous knowledge of it, and takes advantage of the world class linguistic expertise available at Oxford. This is assessed by a qualifying written examination at the end of the first year in Trinity term. Study of the chosen language is complemented by training in various aspects relevant to the study of Buddhism, including historical, literary, and philosophical. Teaching happens through lectures and tutorials, utilising the small group practice characteristic of Oxford, and is assessed by a qualifying exam at the end of the first year, ensuring that you have fully comprehended the first years teaching activities. This solid base of training is built on in the second year with the in-depth study of important Buddhist texts in the original language in which you are specialising. You are also required to choose one optional paper. Possible options are a second primary Buddhist language (Sanskrit, Tibetan or Chinese) or a paper chosen from a list published annually. These optional courses are subject to availability of teaching each year. Your assessment at the end of the second year is specified by the given course instructor.

    Short Description

    This two-year degree aims to give you a comprehensive training in one of the main Buddhist canonical languages, along with in-depth explorations of Buddhist history, philosophy, and literature. You will choose to specialise in Sanskrit, Classical Tibetan, or Classical Chinese, and may select another of these languages as an optional subject.
  • Course Name: Chemistry

    Subject Name: Chemistry

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    Duration: 48 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Under Graduate

    Chemistry

    About

    Chemists are a constant source of innovation: it is hard to imagine any product introduced in recent times that did not require the creative efforts of a chemist. Chemistry underpins the conceptual framework and methodology of biochemistry and molecular medicine, and is at the heart of many major industries.

    Short Description

    Chemistry is a wide-ranging science concerned with matter at the atomic and molecular scale. Important facets are synthesis, structure, microscopic mechanisms, properties, analysis and transformations of all types of materials.
  • Course Name: Business Administration

    Subject Name: Business and Management Studies

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Business Administration

    About

    The programme is delivered in 16 one-week modules over a total study period of 20-21 months starting in either January or September of each year. Core modules start on a Monday morning and end on a Friday evening. Elective modules and overseas modules will include weekends.

    Short Description

    The Oxford Executive MBA is a part-time modular programme designed to help senior professionals realise their potential whilst delivering international general management competence to their organisations.
  • Course Name: Archaeology (MPhil)

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Archaeology (MPhil)

    About

    The MPhil in Archaeology adds a student-led research project onto the MSt year. It is ideal if you are thinking of carrying on to doctoral research and wish to acquire higher levels of research skills and/or complete a medium-sized individual research project before embarking on doctoral study. Flexibility is built into the degree to allow you to create your own unique courses that reflect your chosen area of study.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Archaeology provides an opportunity for students to build on their knowledge from undergraduate studies, while also offering an excellent foundation for those wishing to continue towards research at doctoral level.
  • Course Name: Archaeology

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    Duration: 21 months

    Language: English

    Course Level: Post Graduate

    Archaeology

    About

    The MPhil in Archaeology adds a student-led research project onto the MSt year. It is ideal if you are thinking of carrying on to doctoral research and wish to acquire higher levels of research skills and/or complete a medium-sized individual research project before embarking on doctoral study. Flexibility is built into the degree to allow you to create your own unique courses that reflect your chosen area of study.

    Short Description

    The MPhil in Archaeology provides an opportunity for students to build on their knowledge from undergraduate studies, while also offering an excellent foundation for those wishing to continue towards research at doctoral level.