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Posted by: on October 7, 2016

Being a Rep: up, close and personal with the Business School

As DPhil students, we are in a position that is somewhat in between everyone at the Saïd Business School. We are not just students, not yet faculty. We work next to the MBA or executive students in the library or sit with them in the cafeteria on a daily basis. At the same time, several […]

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Posted by: on December 17, 2014

The social life of a DPhil student

Being an academic community is an important part of the philosophy of our Business School. While you hear of PhD students spending most of their time by themselves working from home or in a library, at Saïd Business School there are two offices where doctoral students can work on their research and still speak with […]

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Posted by: on November 10, 2014

Navigating your first day in Oxford

Oxford is a lively city with a lot of exciting, hidden places to discover. Arriving here is easy; you can arrive by train, or bus, at the bus station in Gloucester Green. The centre of Oxford is at the intersection between Cornmarket and Broad Street. From here, walk toward the Sheldonian theatre where all Oxford […]

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Posted by: on June 13, 2014


Summertime (if you want to hear Norah Jones’ version of Summertime while reading this, please click here) We can now find tasty and cheap strawberries in the supermarket, which is the best sign summer has arrived in Oxford. The long days – we have daylight until 10pm – and good weather – averaging 21 C […]

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