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When is my reunion?

Reunions are held to mark the 10th anniversary of your qualification as a doctor at: 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 years out. 

Unlike your college gaudy - OMA uses the year of your qualification as a doctor when inviting you to a reunion. This ensures that everyone qualifying in the same year receives an invitation irrespective of whether they studied the pre-clinical course, the clinical course, the graduate entry course or the full six year course.

Reunions are also open to all those who studied in the Oxford Clinical Medical School, whether or not they qualified through the Oxford School.  

OMA reunions include your former tutors - and partners are usually most welcome too.

How can I get a copy of my degree certificate or an academic transcript?


Once your degree has been conferred at a degree ceremony either in person or in absentia, you will automatically receive a degree certificate. This will be either presented to you by your college on the day of the graduation ceremony, or posted to you after the event. 

Replacement and additional Degree certificates

If your degree certificate is lost, stolen or damaged, you can order a replacement certificate at a cost of £30. Please note that students are only permitted to have one copy of their certificate in their possession at any one time, so multiple copies cannot be requested.

If you graduated prior to October 2010 and did not receive your degree certificate following the ceremony, you are entitled to request a free copy. Certificates can be ordered through the University online shop. If you have any difiiculties please contact 

The Degree Conferrals Office
Examination Schools, 75-81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG

Email or call +44 (0)1865 286212

 Academic transcripts

Your academic transcript is an official summary of your academic performance and progress to date. It will only include final marks confirmed by the appropriate Examination Board. A transcript may be required by prospective employers or educational institutions to which you are applying.

To obtain a copy of your academic transcript medical alumni should contact the Medical School office

I want to get in touch with a colleague from medical school. How do I do this?

If you are an Oxford alumnus you can search by accessing the secure online page. You must have registered first - you can register HERE

If you are not an alumnus of the University of Oxford then please contact OMA, we may be able to help you.

I would like to contribute an article to Oxford Medicine - the OMA magazine. How do I do this?

Oxford Medicine is published in two forms: hard copy which is published twice each year, and an electronic version which is published three times each year.

  • Articles for the print version of Oxford Medicine should be between 500 and 1,000 words in length. Any accompanying images must have copyright clearance. Copy dates for submissions for the printed copy: First week of March and First week of September each year. 
  • Articles for the electronic version of Oxford Medicine should be between 500 and 1,000 words in length. Copy dates for submissions for the electronic version: First week of January, First week of June, First week of December

The editors decision in all matters is final. Please send all submissions by email

If there are difficulties in providing an electronic version please contact the Editor

What is Oxford Alumni Online? How do I register?

Oxford Alumni Online, is the community of websites for alumni and friends of the University of Oxford, its Colleges and Departments.

You can register for a free Oxford Alumni Online account by filling in this REGISTRATION FORM.

Help! I can't log in

Have you registered for the site? For your security we do not automatically register medical alumni for this website, so even if you have previously used the Alumni Network and regularly receive communications, you'll need to register again.

If you are unsure about whether you have registered for the site, or have registered but are unable to log in, please email OMA with your name, matriculation year, alumni number and details of any error message you are receiving.

I've registered but my account hasn't been verified

We aim to process all registrations as quickly as possible, but sometimes we may need a bit of extra time to verify the details provided against our database. Because of this, please allow up to three days for registrations to be processed. Once your registration has been verified you'll receive a 'Welcome' email - you might want to check the junk folder of your email if it isn't in your inbox.

If we are unable to process a registration we will contact you, but if you have been waiting for more than five days please email OMA including your name, matriculation, alumni number and the user name you entered at the point of registration.

I requested a password reminder but my email address is not recognised

Check which email address you are using. You may have provided a different address when you registered for an account. Password reminders can only be sent to the address connected to the account. 

Can you help me trace an ancestor who studied medicine at Oxford?

Contact OMA - we hold some information on alumni who studied at the Oxford Medical School from about 1940 onwards. 

For enquiries about older, deceased alumni you may find that the best port of call is their college, a full list of colleges can be found on the University of Oxford web page.

I want to study medicine at Oxford. Can you help me?

Clinical Medicine Electives - Medicine Graduate Entry Medicine Pre-clinical Medicine - General queries

Studying medicine at Oxford

OMA cannot assist you with your application.

For entry to the 6 year course, the 4 year graduate entry course or to the clinical course please go to the Study at Oxford pages on the University website.

The Oxford Elective Programme

This programme is organised by Oxford University Medical School and placements are available in the Oxford Hospitals. Applications are made through the Oxford Elective Programme

I am a patient and want to contact an Oxford trained physician. Can you help me?

OMA can only deal with enquiries relating to its programme of events, reunions and other matters relating to the work of this team.