Visitorships

Applications for academic visitorships are accepted throughout the year and are considered by the Faculty Board through the Planning and Resources Committee. 

How to apply

Visitors should provide a CV along with a statement indicating:

- the proposed dates of the visit;
- the proposed research;
- any ongoing collaborations or associations with existing Faculty members.

    Visitors should also seek a statement of support from a Faculty member to be emailed separately to general.administrator@theology.ox.ac.uk.

    Eligibility

    Academics from other insitutions are eligible to apply for Faculty visitorships. Graduate students wishing to visit the University should apply as Recognised Students

    Assessment 

    The Faculty Planning and Resources Committee considers applications for visitorships and makes recommendations to the Board. Assessment cirteria include:

    - the academic merit of the proposed research;
    - the strength of the statement of support provided by a Faculty member.

    Terms and conditions

    Approved visitors are provided with a letter of invitation and access to the University libraries. Visitors may offer a seminar during their visit. Unfortunately, it is not normally possible to provide visitors with desk space within the Faculty offices. Visitorships cannot normally last longer than a year. Visitors are asked to pay an administrative fee of £250 per term. 

    Further information

    Enquiries should be addressed to general.administrator@theology.ox.ac.uk in the first instance.

    Recognised Students and Visiting Students

    Those who wish to do research in Oxford for only one year or less may apply for the student status either of Recognised Student or of Visiting Student. Such students are not registered for an Oxford University qualification, but are able to attend lectures in the Faculty. Academic advisers are appointed for Recognised Students by the Faculty Board, whereas supervision is arranged for Visiting Students by their college. The number of those who can be admitted in this way is limited and the status will normally only be granted to those who are engaged in theological research for a degree of some other university and would gain special benefit from a short period of work in Oxford.

    How to Apply

    Those wishing to be considered as Recognised Students need to apply for admission on a form obtainable online here. Candidates are strongly advised to read the Notes of Guidance carefully before starting their application. For more information, contact:

    The Graduate Studies Administrator
    Theology and Religion Faculty Centre
    Gibson Building (Floor 2),
    Radcliffe Observatory Quarter,
    Woodstock Road,
    Oxford OX2 6GG

    Tel: +44 (0)1865 270714
    Email: graduate.enquiries@theology.ox.ac.uk

    Application forms for persons wishing to come as Visiting Students can be obtained here. Candidates are strongly advised to read the information on the webpage carefully before starting their application. All applications (graduate and undergraduate) are dealt with by colleges and by the Undergraduate Admissions Office. For more information, contact:

    Undergraduate Admissions Office
    University Offices
    Wellington Square
    Oxford, OX1 2JD
    Tel: +44 (0)1865 288000
    Fax: +44 (0)1865 280125
    Email: undergraduate.admissions@admin.ox.ac.uk

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