From the website:
"Oxford is an important centre of Hebrew and Jewish Studies and has been since the sixteenth century. Students come from all over the world for both undergraduate and graduate studies, and there are unrivalled collections of Hebrew and Yiddish manuscripts and printed books in the Bodleian Library. Our courses in Jewish studies are designed to appeal to applicants from diverse backgrounds and with different interests, ranging from the Hebrew Bible to modern Israel, from developments within Judaism in the time of Jesus to the history of Jews under Islam or in modern Europe, from the Dead Sea Scrolls to modern Hebrew poetry. A degree in Jewish Studies involves a multi-disciplinary approach to the critical study of the history, languages, religion, literature and culture of the Jews from ancient to modern times. Students are encouraged to examine Jewish societies, texts, ideologies and institutions both on their own terms and in relation to surrounding societies and cultures. You can find detailed information about all our courses and degrees on this web site."
Please note that Jewish Studies in Oxford has two organisational homes: the Jewish Studies unit at the Oriental Institute of Oxford University and the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies at Yarnton Manor (also listed here).