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Teaching goes with research; the College goes with the University. The history tutors at St Anne’s are committed to the classical model of the Oxford tutor: someone who both teaches and researches. They believe that the sense of forward movement and openness in research fertilizes teaching, just as the need for clarity and transparency in

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Why English at St Anne’s? St Anne’s College, Oxford is one of the best places to study English anywhere in the world. Like other Oxford colleges, we give you the opportunity to read a challenging and wide range of literature with the individual attention of expert tutors (more information about the Oxford English course is


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Natalia Ares awarded Royal Society University Research Fellowship


St Anne’s congratulates our Postdoctoral Research Fellow Natalia Ares, who has been awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship. This fellowship supports University Research Fellows as they develop new projects and research teams in their work in the natural sciences, providing an opportunity to build an independent research career. Natalia’s project, ‘Quantum thermodynamics at the

St Anne’s Fellow, Professor Peter Donnelly, awarded a Knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours


We are proud to share the news that St Anne’s College Fellow, Professor Peter Donnelly, has been awarded a Knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for pioneering research into human genetics. Peter has been Professor of Statistical Science at the University of Oxford and a Professorial Fellow of St Anne’s College since 1996. He is