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Magdalen College, Oxford

Magdalen College has many beautiful buildings and it is set in 100 acres of grounds which include the Addison's riverside walk and Deer Park. The college atmosphere is devoid of social pressures and relaxed.

Magdalen College has one of the larger graduate intakes among Oxford's non-graduate colleges. The college lays emphasis upon students' all round development. For more information, students are advised to visit the college website.

Library Resources

  • Law library
  • New library
  • Daubeny library
  • Old library (rare manuscripts and books)
  • McFarlane library (specialist History texts)

Computing Resources

  • Wired network connections in each student room
  • Wireless networking available in some open areas
  • Computer rooms with web, printing, scanning, Microsoft Office, CD writing and other facilities

Art, Music, Drama and Sport

  • Boat club
  • Music practice rooms
  • Orchestras and choirs
  • Auditorium
  • Drama groups
  • Access to free swimming and gym facilities
  • On-site facilities for cricket, rugby, football, tennis and squash

Other Facilities

  • Punting
  • Extensive grounds with water meadow, Deer Park and Addison's Walk Punting

Accommodation Meals

  • Graduate rooms are located in the Daubeny Building, Holywell Ford and other properties on the Longwall Street, High Street and Cowley Place
  • Letting period: Standard terms and vacations as needed
  • Some partnered flats are available; however, the college has no accommodation for families
  • Meals may be taken in College almost all year round and all accommodation areas have separate cooking facilities

MCR

Graduate social life flourish at the cosmopolitan Middle Common Room. This provides various facilities and organizes outings, sporting activities and social events. Magdalen College offers following courses.

Subjects

  • Ancient and Modern History
  • Archaeology and Anthropology
  • Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular
  • Biological Sciences
  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Classical Archaeology and Ancient History
  • Classics
  • Computer Science, Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Engineering
  • English
  • European and Middle Eastern Languages
  • Fine Art
  • History
  • Human Sciences
  • Law
  • Mathematics
  • Medicine
  • Modern Languages
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Philosophy, Politics and Economics
  • Physics
  • Psychology

Academic Staff

  • Archaeology and Anthropology: Dr Clare Harris, Dr Zena Kamash
  • Biological Sciences: Professor Andrew Smith, Dr Andreas Russ, Dr Angus Buckling
  • Chemistry: Professor Timothy Donohoe, Professor Andrew Weller, Dr Stuart Mackenzie, Dr Robert Jacobs
  • Classics: Dr Felix Budelmann, Dr Alfonso Moreno, Mr Andrew Hobson
  • Computer Science: Professor Oege de Moor
  • Economics: Dr Jennifer Castle, Dr Thomas Norman
  • Engineering: Dr Zhong You, Dr Constantin Coussios
  • English: Professor Laurie Maguire, Dr Robert Douglas-Fairhurst
  • Medieval English: Dr Simon Horobin
  • French: Dr Toby Garfitt, Dr Reidar Due, Dr Rosalind Temple, Mlle Marine Bellégo
  • History, Ancient: Dr Alfonso Moreno
  • History, Modern: Professor Laurence Brockliss, Dr John Nightingale, Dr Nick Stargardt, Dr Matt Houlbrook
  • Human Sciences: Dr Andreas Russ, Dr Clare Harris
  • Italian: Professor Nicola Gardini
  • Law: Mr Roger Smith, Dr Katharine Grevling, Mr Roderick Bagshaw, Prof Colin Tapper
  • Mathematics: Professor Alison Etheridge, Dr Jan Kristensen
  • Medicine and Physiological Sciences: Professor Quentin Sattentau, Professor Christopher Garland, Dr Stephen Goodwin, Mr Simon Kreckler
  • Music: Professor Laurence Dreyfus, Mr Daniel Hyde
  • Philosophy: Dr Ralph Walker, Dr Lizzie Fricker
  • Physics: Professor John Gregg, Dr Giles Barr, Dr Arzhang Ardavan, Dr Geoffrey Smith
  • Politics: Dr Stewart Wood, Professor Simon Caney
  • Portuguese: Dr Claudia Pazos Alonso
  • Spanish: Dr Juan-Carlos Conde, Student welfare
  • Dean of Divinity (Chaplain): The Revd Dr Michael Piret
  • Deans: Dr Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, Dr Alfonso Moreno
  • Women's Advisor: Dr Christine Ferdinand


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