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University of Oxford and St Anne’s outreach initiatives


St Anne’s College has always been committed to ensuring the brightest and most ambitious students from all backgrounds can access an Oxford education. We believe that difference should be respected, promoted and celebrated; as diversity of people, their ideas and accomplishments are a rich source of learning for all. The Governing Body of the College

Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize Shortlist Announced


This year’s Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize shortlist includes eight books from an outstanding entry of over a hundred titles in translations from 22 different languages. Once again we had impressive submissions from both larger and smaller publishing houses. The shortlist contains translations from eight languages. The winner will be announced at the prizegiving and dinner at St

Ed Tarleton wins Rising Stars in Computational Materials Science Prize


St Anne’s congratulates our Lecturer in Maths for Materials, Ed Tarleton, who has won the Rising Stars in Computational Materials Science Prize. The aim of this initiative is to recognize the accomplishments and promise of researchers in the early stages of their independent careers and draw international attention to the work they are doing. The

Launch of Aim for Oxford Programme


On Friday 3 May St Anne’s College Principal, Helen King, and Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach, Samina Khan, will host a discussion on widening participation at the University of Oxford and launch the Aim for Oxford programme for state-educated sixth form students from the North East. Taking place at St James’ Park, the event

COSARAF Charitable Foundation announces education support package


The  Sheikh Family Scholarship is set to support 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 eligible students enrolled

Rabii Malik and Gagan Khurana win Hult Prize regional final


St Anne’s students Rabii Malik (PPE, 2017) and Gagan Khurana (Physics 2017) have been taking part in the Hult Prize competition. The team has been working on a new technology project, called AttAIn, to help provide job opportunities for 50,000 young people in the coming decade; this has been selected as one of the top 40

Boat Race 2019


St Anne’s College congratulates Amelia Standing (Engineering Science, 2018) on being selected as stroke for the Boat Race 2019 and Tilly Edwards (Biological Sciences, 2016) who will be captaining the 2nd boat (Osiris). Amelia started rowing in 2013 after being inspired by the women’s pair’s performance at the London Olympics, and previously rowed for GB,

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 College between 2013 and 2017. A talented and enthusiastic student, she was accepted by the University of Oxford for an

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 advance diversity and equality. More than 100 women will receive the Freedom of the City of London to commemorate the