The University of Oxford

The Social Sciences Division represents one of the largest groupings of social scientists in the world. We bring together outstanding departments, faculties and schools committed to tackling some of the major challenges facing humanity, such as sustainable resource management, migration, global governance, justice, poverty and development. Our research combines rigorous and innovative quantitative methodologies and theoretical approaches using individual and collective experiences and actions. The Times Higher Education (THE) University Rankings placed the University of Oxford as number one in the world for Social Sciences in 2018 and 2019.

Member Resources

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1 May 2020

SUCCESS project profile: go_girl code+create

We caught up with Ashmita Randhawa to find out more about her and her project and what she hopes to get out of the programme.

29 April 2020

How to get noticed – Day 3 of the SUCCESS Bootcamp

Dr Morven Fraser-Walther, Aspect Programme Coordinator at the University of Glasgow, reflects on Day 3 of the SUCCESS Bootcamp.

28 April 2020

Social science is critical to unlocking the potential of digitalisation

The social sciences have a crucial role to play in enabling us to adapt and thrive the era of digitalisation.

6 April 2020

The Grand Depart – Day 1 of the SUCCESS Bootcamp

Chris Fellingham, SUCCESS Programme Lead, reflects on day 1 of the SUCCESS bootcamp

20 November 2019

sOPHIa: Helping businesses end poverty

Providing businesses with tools to measure and respond to poverty

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