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“Oxford for North East” consortium launched, a collaboration between St Anne’s, Christ Church, Lincoln and Trinity Colleges

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The University of Oxford intends to strengthen its support for pupils, teachers and parents in the North East of England. The North East contains 4.1% of the UK population, however, the total number of undergraduates admitted to the University from the North East is only 2.3%. Whilst we have made progress in recent years, we


Whizz Education Internship

Whizz Education enables communities around the world to reach their full potential through individualised learning. It is an education partner accountable for learning outcomes. Since 2004, they have partnered with schools, ministries of education and development agencies to bring the power of individualised learning to over a million students worldwide. Whizz Education currently manage implementations


Her Booke (1613 Arcadia)

The Library was recently given a 1613 copy of The Countess of Pembroke’s Arcadia.  Commonly referred to as simply Arcadia, the text was first composed by Philip Sidney as early as the 1570s.  Initially intended as an amusement for his sister Mary Herbert (Countess of Pembroke), Sidney reworked the draft into a longer piece in


Bomb damaged books

We have recently been cataloguing a set of books that belonged to the late Phyllis Margaret Handover (1923-1974) who was a St Anne’s alumna. Handover published on printing and typography and worked as assistant to Stanley Morison (1889-1967), developer of the Times New Roman type and himself an extensive writer on printing and typography. Among


COSARAF Scholarship

COSARAF Charitable Foundation’s education support package The Sheikh Family Scholarship supports underprivileged Muslim students through top universities.The COSARAF Charitable Foundation has launched a major higher education support programme to provide up to 24 graduate and undergraduate scholarships at four major UK universities. One award will be made each year over the next three years for


St Anne’s Fellow Bent Flyvbjerg receives the 2019 PMI Research Achievement Award

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St Anne’s College is proud to announce that on Thursday, 7 November 2019, the Project Management Institute (PMI) will recognise the important work and contribution to the project management profession of Professor Bent Flyvbjerg by presenting him with the 2019 PMI Research Achievement Award. The PMI Research Achievement Award recognises and honours an individual whose


Ancient and Modern History

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St Anne’s is well-equipped (and correspondingly eager) to teach Ancient and Modern History, since we have in-house tutors in both Ancient History (Dr Ed Bispham) and Modern History. Amongst the modernists Peter Ghosh has a research interest in Gibbon and classical tradition and we much enjoying the Historiography course that runs ‘From Tacitus to Weber’.  But


Stepping Up And Speaking Out: Why you could and should step forward for leadership roles at Oxford


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