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 News

 
 

 Warden's welcome

 

 

Nuffield College is dedicated to the pursuit of the social sciences. We seek to provide outstanding facilities for students and academic staff to study and to conduct research, and to be a place that acts as a bridge between the academic and public worlds. We hope this website gives a flavour of our work.

Sir Andrew Dilnot

 
 
 
 

 Annual report

 
 

 Graduate Admissions

 

Graduate admissions and funding opportunities, for entry in October 2015
Information about graduate admissions and funding opportunities at Nuffield College for courses beginning in October 2015 is now available here.​

 

 Seminars

 
  • Searching for a theory that fits the data
    Nuffield Econometric/INET Seminar
    Professor Katarina Juselius, University of Copenhagen (Week 7)
  • Inference in models with latent variables
    Large Lecture Room, Nuffield College
    Professor Koen Jochmans, SciencesPo (Week 7)
  • ‘Parliament and the media’, Andrew Tyrie MP and Former Fellow
    ​We have a special guest (and former Nuffield Fellow) at this week’s Media & Politics seminar. Andrew Tyrie MP and the chair of the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee (a role that makes him one of Parliament’s most influential backbenchers) will speak on ‘Parliament and the media’. He will also be staying on for Founder’s Feast afterwards. The seminar, which will be chaired by the Warden, takes place, as usual, in the Butler Room, starting at 5pm. ​Media and Politics Seminar
    Andrew Tyrie
 

 Events

 
  • ‘Parliament and the media’, Andrew Tyrie MP and Former Fellow
    ​We have a special guest (and former Nuffield Fellow) at this week’s Media & Politics seminar. Andrew Tyrie MP and the chair of the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee (a role that makes him one of Parliament’s most influential backbenchers) will speak on ‘Parliament and the media’. He will also be staying on for Founder’s Feast afterwards. The seminar, which will be chaired by the Warden, takes place, as usual, in the Butler Room, starting at 5pm. ​
  • International Women's Day Seminar
    ‘Women and history: As subjects and as historians’
     
    Speaker: Professor Margaret MacMillan
    Warden, St Antony's College, University of Oxford
     
    Pre-registration is needed. Please RSVP by Tuesday 3rd March to: events@nuffield.ox.ac.uk
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