St Anne's is an interdisciplinary community, where graduate students meet academics and fellow students from around the world, and from a broad range of subjects – well beyond their own fields.
St Anne’s is modern, open and committed to opportunity, and keen to reach out to students from around the world, involving all students in College life. St Anne’s offers a number of generous Graduate Scholarships, including nine much-prized Graduate Development Scholarships and Graduate Teaching Bursaries.
The College has a dynamic research community supported by academics across the disciplines. Graduates are central to this lively, intellectually challenging culture. There are numerous events, academic and social arranged by the MCR which attract distinguished speakers and alumnae and bring together graduates and Fellows informally.
The graduate centre on the well-equipped College site provides study facilities, a common room space, and a number of bedrooms. This complements the graduate centre off-site in the vibrate area of Summertown.
The Tutor for Graduates
The Tutor for Graduates, is a Fellow of the College, and has overall responsibility for graduate members, covering academic problems, welfare and domestic matters. Graduates are welcome to meet with the Tutor for Graduates to discuss any issues. Graduates are also invited to meet with the Principal to discuss their 'Oxford Experience'.
Each graduate is allocated a College tutor in (or near) her or his subject field as an adviser within College. The role of the College adviser is distinct from that of the University supervisor, and is reponsible for pastoral care alongside the Tutor for Graduates. St Anne's hosts a formal dinner for postgraduate students and their College Advisers, seated according to subject families, so postgraduates are able to get to know other students as well as other fellows of the college within their chosen field of study.
Funding and Prizes
The College offers generous travel and conference grants, graduate research scholarships and graduate development scholarships, which promote teaching experience. St Anne's also committed to a number of linked awards with key departments and faculties. For more information, please see the Oxford Funding Search.