Our eleven-month residential MSc in Social Science of the Internet offers students from a wide variety of backgrounds Internet-related courses in law, policy and other social sciences in the context of this dynamic and supportive multi-disciplinary department.
The doctoral programme (DPhil) in Information, Communication and the Social Sciences is offered to students wishing to undertake groundbreaking, detailed study of the Internet and its social impact. Students are encouraged to ask original, concrete questions and to adopt incisive methodologies for exploring them, in order to help positively shape the development of digital networked space and those whose lives are affected by it.
Our Summer Doctoral Programme provides top doctoral students from around the world with the opportunity to work for a few intensive weeks with leading figures in Internet research.
If you have any queries about our teaching programmes, please email email@example.com or telephone +44 (0)1865 87210.
9 December 2013 University of Oxford
The University will be offering 100 full and partial new Oxford Graduate Scholarships for UK and EU students who start their course at Oxford in 2014-15.
10 October 2013 Oxford Internet Institute
Masters students Jeremy Bowles and Sara M. Watson have received the 2013 OII MSc thesis prize for their work on IP address governance and the 'quantified self' community respectively.