Every year on Shrove Tuesday Brasenose staff and students partake in a very peculiar tradition known as ‘Ale Verses’.
Brasenose Blog: Maria on her 4th Year of Chemistry
I am currently in my fourth year studying Chemistry at Brasenose College, Oxford, the part of the Chemistry degree known as ‘Part II’. Unlike the first three years of my degree, this year has no exams, tutorials or coursework.
John Ackrill Memorial Lecture 2019
Professor Katja Maria Vogt will give the 11th John Ackrill Memorial Lecture at 4.00 pm on Thursday, 6 June, in the Lecture Room of the Radcliffe Humanities Building.
3rd Biennial Brasenose Undergraduate Access Symposium
Access to Higher Education at Oxford and Other Places
Student Blog: The Brasenose Musical
At the end of the spring term each year, a group of students from Brasenose put on the annual Musical.
Three BNC students compete in the 2019 Boat Race
This year’s Boat Race saw three Brasenose students compete.
Two of the students, Katie Anderson (Economics & Management, 2018) and Juliette Allen (Geography, 2016), were in Osiris, the Women’s Reserve Boat: Katie as stroke, and Juliette in the two seat, and Toby de Mendonca (Chemistry, 2016), coxed the Men’s Blue Boat.
Dr Harry Judge: An Appreciation
It is with sadness that I record the death of Dr Harry Judge, aged 90, on 2 April. He had a very long connection with Brasenose as a student, a Professorial Fellow and latterly from 1988 as Emeritus Fellow.
Student Blog: My Journey to Brasenose
My Brasenose journey started in a rather unexpected way. I went on the UNIQ Summer School in the summer of my first year of 6th Form.
Student Blog: Brasenose Burns Supper 2019
On the 26th of January, the college had its annual Burns Supper, a wonderful evening of Scottish food, drink and dancing in honour of poet Robert Burns.
Student Blog: Chinese New Year 2019
At Brasenose we have a number of themed dinners throughout the year, including St David’s Day, Burns Night, and Diwali.
Thinking of Applying to Brasenose in 2019? See some stats
Thinking of Applying to Brasenose? Here's some thoughts and stats to help you decide.
Brasenose supports trans students
February 2019 is the 10th anniversary of LGBT History Month and in Brasenose we are proudly flying the rainbow flag throughout February.
Student Blog: Essex to Brasenose to BBC
I was utterly terrified the day I arrived at Brasenose. It was a pleasant, sunny Monday morning in October 2015.
Student Blog: Diwali at Brasenose
Nothing quite lights up the November gloom like Diwali.
Student Blog: Experience East Ham
Before term started, I took part in a program called Experience East Ham..
Student Blog: from North Yorkshire to a first term at Brasenose
As clichéd as it might sound, my first term at Brasenose has flown by, and I can’t believe I’m already one third of the way through my first year.
Student Blog: Oxmas at Brasenose 2018
Starting to celebrate Christmas in November may seem too early to most...
Student Blog: Lebanese food at Brasenose
Earlier in the term, Brasenose held its annual Diversities Week which centred around celebrating our differences as a community...
Student Blog: Josh on his first term
Where to begin! Terms at Oxford are only 8 weeks long, so whilst time flies by and I can still remember Freshers’ week like it was yesterday...
Student Blog: Brasenose wins Veggie-Pledge
Hi, I’m Mattie and I’m the Brasenose JCR Environment Rep. My role is to get students interested in environmental issues and try to make the college more sustainable in general.