Studying with us

Flexible, part-time adult learning

More than 15,000 adult learners annually are enrolled on flexible, part-time courses at the University of Oxford, on more than 1000 courses and programmes offered through this Department. 

Support for students

This video gives a brief overview of the ways in which we can support our students during their studies, including both financial assistance and support for students with disabilities.

Student support and resources:

Study skills for students

If you are new to higher education or have not studied for some time, you may benefit from our study skills programme.

Online facilities

Using Moodle, Canvas, Weblearn, eduroam (wifi), Nexus email and other IT facilities

Library facilities

The Library is one of the Bodleian Libraries and is located within the Department for Continuing Education at Rewley House


Scholarships, bursaries, concessionary fees, hardship assistance, and financial support for students with disabilities

Support for students with disabilities

Support for students with disabilities and specific learning difficulties

Student health, welfare and wellbeing

Arrangements for health, emergencies and supporting students with disabilities or impairments

Coursework and examinations

Submitting assessed work and sitting examinations (undergraduate and postgraduate courses)

Certificates, transcripts and CATS points records

How to obtain your academic records (certificates, transcripts and CATS points)

Award-Bearing Handbook

For students registered on courses leading to an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification

Award ceremony

The crowning achievement: students receive their awards at Oxford's iconic Sheldonian Theatre


Central accommodation for visitors and students at the Department for Continuing Education

Student and applicant FAQs

Frequently asked questions about studying at the department