Chat with students
You can chat to some of our lovely students to find out more about what it’s like to live and study at Magdalen.
At Magdalen we nurture a welcoming and supportive community where creativity and scholarship can thrive. Come and join us at our beautiful College.Dinah rose, President of Magdalen College
Virtual tour of The Oxford Science Park
We continue our series of virtual tours with a tour of The Oxford Science Park.
Discovering the brightest talent
We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to reach their full potential and that a diverse community is a strong community.
The linguistic life of an Oxford student
Magdalen Fellow in English Professor Simon Horobin sheds light on the often confusing world of Oxford lingo.
A race against extinction: the world’s most trafficked wild species, the rosewood tree.
Illegal wildlife trafficking often brings to mind images of orangutans, elephants, turtles, or pangolins. However, the rosewood tree (Dalbergia) holds the unfortunate title of being the most trafficked wild species on the planet. Magdalen Biology Lecturer and Postdoctoral Researcher in Forest Science at the Department of Biology, Dr. Tin Hang (Henry) Hung, is the Project […]