We are home to the mathematical, physical, engineering and life sciences at Oxford. Our research is the best of its kind in the country according to the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, which is used to assess university research across the UK.
Wednesday, 23 June 2021, 12pm to 1.30pm
In celebration of International Women in Engineering Day 2021, themed #EngineeringHeroes, join our Flash Talks event with our engineering guest speakers to hear their stories, current focus and future goals! All welcome. Organised by Oxford Women in Engineering.
Friday, 23 July 2021, 5pm to 6.30pm
With Dr Jim Green, NASA Chief Scientist. As one of the main consultants on the film 'The Martian', Dr Green will discuss what NASA’s real plans and challenges are to sending humans to Mars in comparison with this fictional account.
COVID-19 Response: Protect our community. Protect the vulnerable. Protect yourself
All staff and students are being asked to look after themselves and others. A range of guidance has been developed, reminding us of our personal and collective responsibility for keeping the University and local community safe. In particular, in Trinity Term 2021 you are asked to:
- Continue social distancing
- Keep washing your hands
- Keep wearing a face covering (unless exempt)
- Get tested - twice a week and if you have symptoms
- Continue to follow self-isolation guidance
Up to date information about the guidance is available on the University's coronavirus health pages.
COVID-19 information, guidance and advice for staff and students at Oxford
General coronavirus advice and support for staff and students can be found on the University's 'Oxford and coronavirus' homepage.
Please contact the relevant MPLS Team if you have questions or concerns that are not answered on these pages or can't be answered by your department.
The MPLS Graduate School has also created a webpage with PDF versions of all communications sent out to PGR students and links to other useful resources.