Luna Wang (BA, Peking University; MSc & MA, Oxford; DPhil, Oxford)
Deputy Head of Studies
Luna Wang received her BA in Law and Economics from Peking University, and subsequently passed the Chinese National Judicial Examination and obtained the lawyer qualifications. Luna obtained her masters degree in Sociology at the University of Oxford, focusing on migration between urban and rural China. She is currently pursuing a DPhil in Sociology at Oxford, researching on changing patterns of marriage and family in China.
Luna has diverse work experience. Before coming to Oxford, she worked for three years as an Investment Advisor and Project Manager in the real estate industry in Beijing. After graduating from her masters degree at Oxford, Luna worked for the Oxford Character Project, an interdisciplinary initiative at the University of Oxford, dedicated to the cultivation of character and responsible leadership. This is a pioneering project seeking to help talented Oxford postgraduate students develop key virtues of character that will prepare them to be mature thinkers and leaders who go on to have a significant influence and impact around the world.
Luna has rich experience working with undergraduate and postgraduate students, and also worked closely with many Chinese visiting scholars from many Chinese universities. She has also facilitated and organised exchange programmes, building connections between the University of Oxford and universities in China.