Often the envy of non-Wadham graduates, our MCR is a thriving community. This isn't necessarily because of our regular parties, cultural events, guest dinners, cheap bar or new £4.6m graduate centre, but instead is down to the welcoming atmosphere of everyone at Wadham, making college feel like a home from home.
Here you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in college life. Whether you want to organise trips, or just go along for the ride, the MCR committee will support you in all of your endeavours.
And the past year has been really exciting... not only did we get our hands on the shiny new graduate centre, but we also welcomed a new Warden, and in Trinity term 2013, Wadham will be having it's very own ball, where black tie and champagne will take over the quads and gardens.
But glitzy events aside, other things are important too. Like where to live, and how much does it cost? Well, one of the major advantages of being a Wadhamite includes the chance to live at our Merifield site, where many new students stay in shared flats. Graduates benefit from some of the lowest rent in Oxford which means you can use all of your hard-earned cash on things that are important to you, rather than just keeping a roof over your head. And if you decide to live out of college accommodation? Well, Wadham has that covered to, with grants to cover some of the extra costs you might incur.
If you have any questions then please feel free to get in touch.