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Updated start of term message to students from the Principal


Dear St Anne’s Student,   This is a message primarily for students who are not already in Oxford and who would like to apply to return to their college-provided accommodation for Trinity Term. If you are already in Oxford or are unable or do not wish to return to Oxford for Trinity Term then thank

St Anne’s Super-Curricular Club

Would you like to explore your subject in more detail? Or learn about a new subject? Currently just open to state school students in our link regions of Hillingdon, Southwark and the North East of England, the St Anne’s Super-Curricular Club offers weekly topics, short videos, quizzes and discussions on a wide range of subjects.

Symptom-free testing throughout Trinity Term

From 12 April the University will provide free testing via the new symptom-free (LFD) testing centres located in easy-to-access sites around Oxford.  Who should participate?   Testing is voluntary but we strongly encourage everyone who is working or studying on site to get tested twice a week, every week throughout Trinity term, including those staff and students who have been vaccinated

Professor Saiful Islam to join St Anne’s as Fellow in Materials Science


We are delighted to announce that Professor Saiful Islam is to join St Anne’s College in January 2022 as a Fellow in Materials Science. He will at the same time take up a Professorship in the Department of Materials as the next Statutory Chair in Materials Modelling. Professor Islam’s research interests are in modelling of

Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize Shortlist Released Today


We are pleased to announce the shortlist for the Oxford-Weidenfeld translation prize, curated by Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation, based at St Anne’s. This year’s judges are Patrick McGuinness, Laura Seymour, Holly Langstaff, and Karolina Watroba (Chair). We will announce the winner of the Prize on Oxford Translation Day (12 June 2021) in an online

The Huxter Fund

Dr and Mr Huxter have created the Huxter Fund to support St Anne’s students (JCR and MCR) who do not have the support or approval of their families or other networks in their lives that others are fortunate to have. This fund is aimed at supporting those students who are care-leavers, students who are estranged

Principal’s Message to Students following the recent Government announcement


Dear St Anne’s Student, I hope you have been able to enjoy the spring vacation, and that you are well and looking forward to the term ahead. This message is intended specifically for all of you who do not have a confirmed date to be back in Oxford but are waiting to hear if you

St Anne’s Virtual America Reunion

NHS to trial personalised medicine test developed by Honorary Fellow, Prof. Sir Peter Donnelly, and Genomics


We are proud to announce that the NHS is set to trial a “personalised medicine” DNA test developed by Genomics, a biotech company founded and run by St Anne’s Honorary Fellow, Professor Sir Peter Donnelly. The goal is to use the test to identify those whose genes make them more vulnerable to strokes and heart