The MSc in Contemporary Chinese Studies* is a three-term, nine-month course designed to provide high quality graduate research training with an emphasis on an appreciation of research methods and on deepening students understanding of modern China.
Students will develop or extend their knowledge and understanding of:
The M.Phil. in Modern Chinese Studies is a two-year master's degree programme combining intensive study of the Chinese language with a thorough training in the study of modern China. It is in offered through the Faculty of Oriental Studies in the Humanities Division.
For further information on the course visit the course website.
The Oxford 1+1 MBA programme offers high calibre applicants the opportunity to apply to both the MBA and MSc programmes at the same time, and to undertake a two-year Oxford postgraduate experience that combines the depth of study of an MSc, with the managerial and leadership breadth of an MBA.
Following the completion of the 9 month MSc programme, MBA 1+1 students must attend a bridging programme run throughout the summer by the Said Business School to prepare them for the start of the MBA in October.