Graduate students at St Stephens House Oxford

Graduate Students

The ethos and profile of St Stephen’s House make it an ideal place for the pursuit of graduate studies. Students read for a range of degrees, in Theology, Education, Oriental Studies, and Late Antique and Byzantine Studies, from one-year taught Master’s to research degrees which can take 3-6 years. In addition to its full-time students, the college also has a number of part-time students.

The college, as a community of mature students, is a natural and conducive place for graduate study. We aim to provide a context which is happy and civilised, with a balance between a quiet work environment and a friendly, sociable, supportive community; a place where study and our life together are taken seriously. Students of all faiths and none are equally welcomed into this community, and for those who wish it, access to a rich diet of liturgy and worship is available, and a seat in chapel will be reserved for you on request.

All PGCE students have a College Advisor to serve as a focal point for their relationship with the college, and who is available for regular consultation with them on academic or other matters.

The University itself has a strong reputation for research and teaching, with outstanding faculties representing a broad range of specific interests. Students have access to library facilities as good as any in the world, with comprehensive collections for every aspect of study.

Further details

University Application Form and Guide
St Stephen’s House Graduate Admissions Selection Criteria
English Language Proficiency