*If you are a Jesuit or a member of another religious order or congregation, we advise you to consult with your provincial or the provincial delegate responsible for education and formation before applying.
STEP 1: Choose your degree course
The University of Oxford offers an enormous range of graduate courses. You can choose the course you wish to read from the full course list.
Once you have chosen a course to study, visit the course page to check that you meet the entry requirements, including the level of English language required for international students.
STEP 2: Note the course and funding deadlines
Make sure you are aware of the deadline(s) for your course. We encourage you to apply to the earliest deadline available and to submit your application well in advance (2-3 weeks earlier is recommended).
To be considered for Oxford Scholarships, you must apply by the January deadline for your course.
Find out more about deadlines.
STEP 3: Prepare your academic references
You are required to submit a transcript, which you can obtain by contacting your university.
You are also required to submit three academic references to support your application. You should contact your potential referees as soon as you have decided to apply to a course, as this can take longer than you expect.
STEP 4: Choose a college or hall
All graduate students at the University of Oxford are members of a college or hall. In your online application, you have the opportunity to indicate your college preference - if you don’t, the University will choose for you. Once your application is submitted, you will not be able to change your listed preference. Learn more about college preference.
If you are interested in choosing Campion Hall, please be sure to read our selection criteria below. You may also find it useful to refer to the "Is Campion Hall right for me?" page.