Admissions

Please note that admissions are now closed for the course starting September 2016 except for those who are eligible to apply via the Africa and South Asia Commonwealth Scholarship Scheme which remains open until 15 April 2016. Admissions will re-open on 1 September 2016 for the course starting September 2017. Summer course options may be different for the programme starting in 2017 and fees will be higher due to annual fee increases but the general structure and content of the course will remain very similar. If you would like to be informed when information and application materials are available for the next admissions round, please email iphumrts@conted.ox.ac.uk inserting ‘IHRL MST mailing list’ in the subject line.

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Applications should be made via the Graduate Admissions Office of the University and must be accompanied by supporting materials including references, transcripts and a CV. In addition, non-native English speakers will need to submit proof that they meet the minimum English proficiency requirements for the course.  Potential applicants should read both the course-specific admissions information on these pages as well as the University’s Application Guide before submitting any application. Applications must be submitted via the University’s online application system at www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/applyonline.

Please note that there is a £60.00 fee to make an application.This is payable by credit card on submission of your online application.

Admissions questions

If you have an admissions-related question that is not answered on our website or in the University’s Application Guide, please contact iphumrts@conted.ox.ac.uk.

If, however, your question is already answered here, you are asking for an assessment of your chances of admission based on an email summary of your record, or you wish to know why your application was unsuccessful, we shall be unable to reply due to the volume of such requests.  The reasons for rejection usually relate to grades, insufficient experience in human rights, or, occasionally, weak references.