Unobstructed oxygen supply is important for proper health and development of the growing fetus and therefore, fetal cerebral oxygenation measurement has been attempted previously using SWI. However, vessel curvature and oblique fetal orientation posed a major challenge in the oxygenation measurement, especially in younger foetuses. To overcome these problems, we present the first application of quantitative susceptibility mapping for the fetal brain oxymetry. We also studied the effect of resolution on QSM using simulations. Results showed the mean putative fetal cerebral oxygenation was 67%±7% and minimum of 5 voxels around the vessel and 5 slices gives <3% error in oxygenation.