We all know that our individual actions can make a difference in the fight against climate change, but sometimes it’s difficult to visualise the changes we can make in our day-to-day lives.
Student Blog: Home Schooled in a Zoo to Brasenose
After moving from southern France to a Zoo in southern Devon, I hit English primary school with the complete and happy obliviousness of any 6-year-old.
Student Blog: Being in the Boat Race
When I arrived in Oxford in 2018, it was a dream of mine to race in the Boat Race.
Student Blog: Running the Ashmole Society
When I took over the role of President of the Ashmole Society in the summer of 2020...
Lady Justice Rose sworn in as a Justice of the Supreme Court
In April 2021, Brasenose Honorary Fellow and alumna Lady Justice Rose will be sworn in as a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
Student Blog: My first term - from coronavirus to colouring in
Leaving my friends and family and moving to a new city to essentially, live with strangers was always going to be difficult.
Applying to Oxford? Read about our admissions statistics
We would love you to think about applying to Brasenose for undergraduate study. Here's some thoughts and stats to help you decide.
Student Blog: a strange first term
We had a strange first term; although it seems like we missed out on a lot – it has been one of the best experiences of my life.
Brasenose Reginald Welbury Jeffrey Scholarship
Brasenose College in conjunction with the Department for Continuing Education is offering a Reginald Welbury Jeffery Scholarship.
Brasenose welcomes Dr Sergio de Ferra
Brasenose welcomes Dr Sergio de Ferra, who joins the College as an Economics tutor
Student Blog: Hit the North
Don’t get me wrong, my circumstances are far from that of the Northern proteges of my beloved kitchen-sink dramas
Student Blog: Studying medicine during a plague
2020. By the time you are reading this that fateful year will be just a memory...
Student Blog: From Humans of Oxford
Growing up I have always been ambitious, inspired by the driven work ethic of my parents.
Permission granted for development in Frewin
The College is delighted to have been granted planning permission for our new development plans for Frewin
Brasenose Royal Geographical Society Prize Winner
Brasenose College is delighted to announce that recent Geography undergraduate Eleanor Pendle has won a Royal Geographical Society Prize
Emeritus Fellow John Davies
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Emeritus Fellow in Law, John Davies. John passed away after a short illness on Wednesday 21 October 2020, aged 86.
Student Blog: Coming to Oxford has inspired me to embrace being Black British
As the granddaughter of 4 Jamaican immigrants of the Windrush era, I often faced the familiar ‘but where are you REALLY from?’.
Thinking of Applying to Brasenose?
Thinking of Applying to Brasenose? Here's some thoughts and stats to help you decide.
Welcoming our new physics tutor
Brasenose College is delighted to welcome Professor Jayne Birkby as a new Physics tutor.
Student Blog: Working on UNIQ 2020
Every summer vacation the students of Oxford clear out their rooms, dragging bags of dirty clothes, slightly crumbled notes and books that inevitably won’t be read across Radcliffe Square...