News

  1. Becca Henderson

    St Anne’s College is deeply saddened to share the devastating news that Masters student, Rebecca Henderson, has passed away following heart transplant surgery. Becca completed a BA in English and Modern Languages at St Anne’s...

  2. Daisy Street shortlisted for Catering Apprentice of the Year

    Daisy started at St Anne’s College in August 2017 as an apprentice chef.  For anyone making the transition from school or college direct to a working environment, the step-up can be daunting and demanding.  Indeed,...

  3. Jo Delahunty QC to receive Freedom of the City of London

    St Anne’s College congratulates alumna Jo Delahunty (Jurisprudence, 1982), a Family Law QC, who will receive a Freedom of the City of London. Professor Delahunty was nominated for her contribution to the Law and efforts to...

  4. Community Week and Giving Day 2019

    St Anne's first Community Week is due to take place from 25 February culminating in a Giving Day on 1/2 March. We hope to bring as many people from the St Anne’s community together in this week, including students, Fellows,...

  5. Professor Victoria Murphy appointed chair of the National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum

    Professor Victoria Murphy, Professor of Applied Linguistics and Governing Body Fellow, has been appointed chair of the National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (NALDIC) with effect from November 2018. She...

  6. Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize 2019

    Translation is not a matter of words only: it is a matter of making intelligible a whole culture. Anthony Burgess  The Oxford–Weidenfeld Prize is for book-length literary translations into English from any living...

  7. In memoriam Joyce Flint (Parker, 1942)

    Born in 1923, Joyce (known as Joy) came up to St Anne’s in October 1942 to read for a BA in English Language and Literature. However, she was only initially able to come for one year due to the regulations of the Registration for...

  8. Antonios Tzanakopoulos acts for the Republic of Cyprus in the International Court of Justice

    Antonios Tzanakopoulos, Law Fellow of St Anne's College and Associate Professor of Public International Law in the Law Faculty, acted for the Republic of Cyprus in the International Court of Justice. Cyprus submitted both written...

  9. Masters Degree attached to OCCT launched

    The University of Oxford has launched a new Masters degree attached to the Comparative Criticism and Translation research centre (OCCT) which is based in St Anne's.  The MSt in Comparative Literature and Critical...

  10. St Anne's Careers Network

    At St Anne's we inspire and challenge our students to fulfil their academic potential and prepare for future careers. In order to help build up their readiness for the future, we're asking our alumnae to get involved with...