German at Oxford
Oxford has one of the oldest, largest and most active departments of German in the country, with an excellent record in teaching and research, and a strong and flourishing graduate presence.
With 34 members of staff and a wide range of expertise between them, the department is able to offer an unusually challenging and diverse course at graduate level.
Oxford has the largest body of graduate students in German in the country. It is one of the leading centres for research in German in the country and indeed the world. The Taylor Institution Library is the largest Modern Languages library in the country and the Bodleian Library's holdings in all fields of intellectual, cultural and literary history make it one of the world's top research libraries.
The University and the Colleges provide excellent IT support. In addition, the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages has a computing room for the use of graduate students.
The department offers one- and two-year taught courses, as well as research degrees. A number of studentships and scholarships are available.