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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


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 Graduate admissions and funding

Graduate admissions and funding
opportunities for entry in October 2017
We invite applications for graduate study in Economics, Politics and International Relations, Sociology, and Social Policy. The College aims to attract applicants of the highest academic merit, irrespective of background and personal circumstances, and to provide an exceptional working environment for them. In line with this commitment, the College has further enhanced the financial support it offers to new students.
The following funding package applies for 2017 entry:
If you are admitted to Nuffield to undertake one of the courses we offer in Sociology or Social Policy (preferably DPhil or a masters course leading to a doctorate); Economics (MPhil or DPhil); or Politics or International Relations (MSc, MPhil, or DPhil), we will underwrite full funding for the duration of the fee liability of your course.
Nuffield also admits a small number of students in relevant interdisciplinary subjects, for example, Economic and Social History. Funding is available for those courses also, but may be less than full underwriting of fees.
To be eligible for funding you must apply for your course by the relevant January deadline, in accordance with the University’s graduate admissions process.
For further information about graduate admissions and funding opportunities at Nuffield College for courses beginning in October 2017 see here:
Alternatively please contact:


  • The Last Yugoslavs: Ethnic Diversity, National Identity, and Civil War
    Graduate Seminar in Economic and Social History
    Leonard Kukic (LSE
  • Obstructing Opportunity? Corruption and Intergenerational Mobility
    Sociology Seminar
    Bo Rothstein, Nuffield College and Nicholas Charron, University of Gothenburg
  • Estimating the Effect of a Mis-measured, Binary, Endogenous Treatment
    Nuffield Econometric/INET Seminar
    Professor Francis J. DiTraglia (Univ. of Pennsylvania)


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