Graduating StudentsEarlier this month, Brasenose College held graduation events, where the majority of our recently-finished undergraduates, and a number of post-graduates, returned to college to celebrate the end of their studies.

BookCoverMinitJessie Burton, a former Brasenose undergraduate student who studied English and Spanish, has written a debut novel that is receiving rave reviews and climbing up best seller lists.

Beth RoddenMid-summer represents a nail-biting time for our undergraduate final year students who, following the spring and early summer exam season, learn of their exam results and their final degree classifications.

JoBakerinZurichAfter spending an amazing night at Trinity College Commemoration Ball, I woke up at 7am, not feeling my best, to get three trains to Heathrow airport to start my airport week internship at ETH Zurich’s Sustainability Department.

Arts Week poster2014A Reflection on last term's Brasenose Summer Arts Week - by Ollie Freeman (Second Year English student)

Last year, for Brasenose Arts Week 2013, I produced and co-directed a production of Noël Coward’s Hay Fever.

JBBrasenose College is delighted to announce the election of Mr John Bowers QC as the next Principal.

Mr Bowers will take up his new post on 1st October 2015, when Professor Alan Bowman retires at the end of the next academic year. 


rowing3By Molly Ludlam-Steinke – Women’s Captain-elect (and First Year Historian)

'Rowing is perhaps the most popular sport at Oxford, with around ten thousand spectators lining the banks of the Isis a couple of weeks ago to cheer frantically at the odd tradition which is Summer Eights.

Sword fighting 1Last month the Ashmole Society, Brasenose's history society, was treated to a fantastic demonstration of 18th and 19th century sword-fighting and pugilism (boxing and wrestling) from Milo Thurston and Simon Scott,

Amy and LouisThe next Open Days at Brasenose College will be 2nd and 3rd July, and 19th September 2014. The college will be open from 9am to 5pm, and there’s no need to book, just turn up if you are interested in applying to Oxford for undergraduate study.

Ale Verses 2014 - BeckyBy Henry Zeffman - JCR President and Second Year PPE student

On the evening of Tuesday 29th April, Brasenose came together to perform Ale Verses, one of College’s most peculiar traditions

WP 003256By Dr Joe Organ, Schools and Publications Officer

In March 2013 I, along with my Cambridge equivalent and some Oxbridge students visited schools in North Yorkshire during a week-long "Road Show"

translation workshopThis year we embarked upon a new teaching project, which was co-developed by Liv Robinson in collaboration with her colleague Dr Helen Brookman of UCL.

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