OCHS Student portal

The OCHS student portal is a place where we have collected all information for students in one place. You can find information about lectures and teaching, bursaries and scholarships, Wednesday Lunches, and much more. 

 

Tilak

Thank you for all the opportunities to increase my exposure and broaden my horizons. Thank you for the bursaries and scholarships. The centre provided me access to so many wonderful books and smiling, intelligent, and helpful people. It can be overlooked in comparison to the other aspects, but the centre simply also serves as nice space to study and even warm my food in the microwave.

Tilak Parekh
Oxford University Alumnus
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Working with Gavin Flood gave me a stupendously large perspective on Indian traditions and world philosophy, for he relentlessly allowed me - as his doctorate student - to bloom my full creativity and research the very themes I was interested in.

Dr Ionut Moise
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Exeter
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As a visiting student, my time at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies has been unique. The OCHS not only guided and supported me in my studies, it helped me find my place in academia.
In Denmark we have a word, ‘dannelse’, similar to the German word ‘bildung’: a personal education where you learn character and personality as much as you learn your subject. This is exactly what I find so special about the OCHS – that they focus on the individual dannelse of the person and that they are able to secure that through a highly professional and competent centre.

Jesper Moeslund
MA student in Religious Studies, Aarhus University
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Each term we have a number of University students from Oxford and visiting students from abroad who take credited courses such as Sanskrit, Hinduism I & II, Religion & Religions and Theory and Method amongst other things, with us. We facilitates a number of DPhil students who receive supervision and support from our scholars. 

Thanks to our generous donors we have 17 bursaries and scholarships and last year £15.350 was given. The bursaries and scholarships can be applied for once a year.

We have lectures each term presented by our academic staff, our research-, senior-, and visiting fellows as well as other invited speakers from within the fields of Hindu Studies. We have hosted almost 2000 lectures, many of which are recorded and can be downloaded here.

At the OCHS you will also find a well-regarded library of more than 20,000 titles, which is available for use upon registration.

Our popular Continuing Education programme has a vide range of online courses with students from all over the world. The Continuing Education department also hosts day schools and weekend seminars on a vide variety of topics. 

If you are interested in further exploring the possibilities for studying at the OCHS you can view the categories below. 

Student portal links