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University of Oxford Undergraduate Prospectus 2019

Courses

Oxford is… what you make it

This version was produced by the Oxford University Accessible Resources Acquisition and Creation Unit in 2018.


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To ease navigation, heading levels 1, 2, 3, and 4 are used throughout the document.

Print page numbers are recorded at the point where they occur and are given on a separate line enclosed in square brackets. This document covers pages 36 to 141 of the printed version.


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Choosing what to study 3

Admission requirements 5

Archaeology and Anthropology BA 3 Years 12

Biochemistry (Molecular and Cellular] MBIOCHEM 4 Years 14

Biological Sciences BA 3 Years 18

Biomedical Sciences BA 3 Years 20

Chemistry MCHEM 4 Years 24

Classical Archaeology and Ancient History BA 3 Years 27

Classics (Literae Humaniores] BA 4 Years Classical Languages and Literature, Ancient History, Classical Archaeology, Philology, Ancient and Modern Philosophy 30

Classics and English BA 3 Years (Course I) Or 4 Years (Course II) 35

Classics and Modern Languages BA 4 or 5 Years including a year abroad 38

Classics and Oriental Studies BA 4 years (3 years if Oriental Studies is the main subject and no year abroad is taken) 41

Computer Science BA 3 Years or MCOMPSCI 4 Years 44

Computer Science and Philosophy BA 3 Years or MCOMPPHIL 4 Years 47

Earth Sciences (Geology] BA (Geology] 3 Years or MEARTHSCI 4 Years 51

Economics and Management BA 3 Years 54

Engineering Science MENG 4 Years 57

English Language and Literature BA 3 Years 60

English and Modern Languages BA 4 years with a year abroad English and either Czech (with Slovak), French, German, Modern Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish 63

European and Middle Eastern Languages BA 4 years with a year abroad Czech (with Slovak), French, German, Modern Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish, with either Arabic, Hebrew, Persian or Turkish 66

Fine Art BFA 3 Years 70

Geography BA 3 years 72

History BA 3 Years 75

History (Ancient and Modern] BA 3 Years 78

History and Economics BA 3 years 81

History and English BA 3 years 83

History and Modern Languages BA 4 years with a year abroad History and either Czech (with Slovak), French, German, Modern Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish 86

History and Politics BA 3 years 89

History of Art BA 3 years 92

Human Sciences BA 3 years 94

Law (Jurisprudence] Ba 3 years (Equivalent to LLB); 4-year course option includes a year studying abroad 97

Materials Science MENG 4 years 100

Mathematics BA 3 years or MMATH 4 years 104

Mathematics and Computer Science BA 3 years or MMATHCOMPSCI 4 Years 107

Mathematics and Philosophy BA 3 Years or MMATHPHIL 4 years 110

Mathematics and Statistics BA 3 tears or MMATH 4 years 114

Medicine BA 3 years or BM BCH 6 years 117

Modern Languages BA 4 Years with a year abroad Czech (with Slovak), French, German, Modern Greek, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish 123

Modern Languages and Linguistics BA 4 years with a year abroad 129

Music BA 3 years 131

Oriental Studies BA 3 or 4 years (see individual subjects) Arabic, Chinese, Egyptology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Hebrew Studies, Japanese, Jewish Studies, Persian, Sanskrit, Turkish 135

Philosophy and Modern Languages BA 4 Years Philosophy and either Czech (with Slovak), French, German, Modern Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish 140

Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) BA 3 Years 143

Philosophy and Theology BA 3 years 147

Physics MPHYS 4 years 150

Physics and Philosophy MPHYSPHIL 4 Years 153

Psychology (Experimental] BA 3 years 156

Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics (PPL) BA 3 years 159

Religion and Oriental Studies BA 3 years 162

Theology and Religion BA 3 years 165

Oxford is... What You Make It 167


Choosing what to study


Getting this decision right is crucial to enjoying your time at university so do really explore your options, even if you think you know what you want to study. Your degree course will run for three or more years and your workload will feel much lighter if you genuinely love your course. In our view, the right subject is like a good book – it should be hard to put down.

A favourite subject


Having a clear favourite might make this decision easy but do still check out the structure and content of the course and consider how these might differ from other universities you are applying to. Subjects at degree level can be quite different from studying them at school.

Two or even three combined


Oxford offers a wide range of joint courses which give students the chance to explore different subjects and examine the connections between them. This will often reveal insights not necessarily found by studying them individually. There tend to be fewer places on our joint courses but this is not always the case. A few subjects are only available at undergraduate level as part of a joint course, for example Philosophy or Economics.

Something new


Don't forget to check out our courses not normally available at school, for example Archaeology and Anthropology, Biochemistry, Human Sciences, and Materials Science. For some they are the perfect opportunity to explore aspects of favourite subjects in an exciting new way, for others they are the chance to study something else.

“The vast majority of jobs do not specify the subject studied at university; all degree courses equip you with a wide range of valuable employability skills”. Jonathan Black, Careers Service




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