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studying in the Masters Garden. Photo:Ralph WilliamsonThe most important choice you will have to make is that of the degree course you wish to study for the next three or four years. Choosing the course which best suits your academic strengths, interests, and learning style is key to ensuring your time spent at university is a successful and fulfilling experience.

A wide range of courses is available at Oxford, the vast majority of which are offered at Christ Church. All our courses are theoretical and challenging, initially providing a broad foundation in the subject area before allowing scope for specialization in the later years of study. The course content and structure do not vary from college to college, nor do the exams.

You can read more about each of the subjects on offer by downloading the Christ Church Undergraduate Degree Courses Guide as a pdf file by clicking on the link below, or here.

Our tutors provide you with an insight into their subjects, together with a guide to the number of places available each year. The standard offer for all subjects is the same across all colleges: between AAA and A*A*A at A-level (depending on the subject applied for), 38-40 in the International Baccalaureate, or the equivalent high level of achievement in other suitable
qualifications.You may be expected to have studied particular subjects at school or college to be eligible to apply for certain subjects, or may be required to submit written work or sit a written test as part of the process. Details of all such requirements are available on the University’s admissions pages: www.admissions.ox.ac.uk.
 
In addition to the subjects detailed in the guide, Christ Church encourages applications for, and regularly takes students in, a considerable number of ‘Joint School’ courses, the teaching of which is coordinated by the tutors and lecturers in the appropriate subjects:
 

  • Ancient and Modern History
  • Classics and Oriental Studies
  • Engineering, Economics and Management
  • European and Middle Eastern Languages
  • History and Politics
  • Joint Schools with Modern Languages
  • Mathematics and Philosophy
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • Philosophy and Theology
  • Physics and Philosophy
  • Psychology and Philosophy
  • Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics
  • Theology and Oriental Studies
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