Wadham College is one of the largest colleges of the University of Oxford, situated close to the heart of the city, with approximately 450 undergraduates, 150 graduates, and 60 Fellows. Founded in 1610 by Nicholas and Dorothy Wadham, it has a rich and energetic past and looks confidently to a similarly vibrant future, as it embarks on its next century.

The College is academically strong, with representation amongst most of the subjects taught at undergraduate level at the University. Wadham is known within the University for its informal, friendly and progressive community, which draws its students from diverse educational, social and ethnic backgrounds.