- Undergraduate Study+
- Postgraduate Study+
- Visiting Students+
- Information for New Students+
- Archaeology and Anthropology
- Biological Sciences
- Earth Sciences (Geology)
- Engineering Science
- English and Modern Languages
- History and Economics
- History and Modern Languages
- History of Art
- Mathematics and Philosophy
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Modern Languages
- Philosophy Politics & Economics (PPE)
- Philosophy and Modern Languages
- Philosophy and Theology
- Physics and Philosophy
- Theology and Oriental Studies
- Course List
- Open and Study Days
- Financial Support
- Term Dates
- Schools Liaison
Media and Journalism
Media and Journalism
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani (2004)
Journalist and presenter, Huffington Post Live, New York.
Afua Hirsch (2002)
Social Affairs and Education Editor at Sky News, former Africa Correspondent for The Guardian.
Helen Lewis (2001)
Deputy Editor of The New Statesman since May 2012.
Devika Bhat (2000)
Washington Correspondent and Washington Online News Editor at The Times.
Duncan Hooper (1997)
Editor in Chief of Digital Platforms for Euronews.
James Chapman (1996)
Politics Editor at The Daily Mail since 2009.
Ben Wright (1995)
Washington Correspondent for BBC News since 2012.
Rhys Blakely (1995)
LA Correspondent at The Times since 2011. Formerly Mumbai correspondent (2007-2011)
Annabel Rivkin (1992)
Executive Editor, Tatler
Gordon Corera (1992)
BBC Security Correspondent since 2004.
Richard Lloyd Parry (1987)
Asia Editor of The Times and author of In the Time of Madness, about Indonesia and East Timor.
Helen Wallace (1986)
Music journalist and former Editor of BBC Music Magazine.
Martin Webber (1984)
Business News Editor, BBC World Service.
Matt Frei (1982)
Channel 4 News presenter and formerly the BBC's Washington correspondent.
Richard Galpin (1982)
BBC World Affairs Correspondent.
Geordie Greig (1979)
Editor of The Mail on Sunday, formerly editor of The Evening Standard and literary editor of The Sunday Times.
Norman Smith (1978)
Chief Political Correspondent for the BBC News.
Martin Ivens (1977)
Editor of The Sunday Times.