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?’.
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...
Student Blog: A Taste of Freedom?
In summer 2020 Brasenose College History student Sophie Gunning won the inaugeral Barbara Savage Prize for the best undergraduate thesis in Black History. Sophie writes about her experience writing her thesis, entitled, "A Taste of Freedom?", below.
Student Blog: My first year at Brasenose
My first encounter with Brasenose began with a Year 9 school trip.
Professor Peter Sinclair
It is with immense sadness that we report that Professor Peter Sinclair has passed away on Tuesday 31st March 2020, having contracted coronavirus several weeks ago.
Student Blog: remembering why I love Maths
My first year at Oxford has gone by far too quickly. There has been a lot of work but even more fun and I’ve made many unforgettable memories.
A-Level Admissions: Brasenose College admits 9% more undergraduates than normal, 79% from state schools
The response to the pandemic has forced examination boards to put in place alternative assessments for A-level and other qualifications in the UK and overseas.
Brasenose tutor wins Suffrage Science award for women in STEM
Elspeth Garman, Brasenose College tutor and Professor of Molecular Biophysics, has been chosen to receive a prestigious award celebrating the achievements of women in STEM.
Congratulations Brasenose Finalists
Congratulations Brasenose finalists, from the entire College community
Record breaking degree results announced
Brasenose College is delighted to announce record breaking undergraduate final degree results.
Student Blog: I’m an English student. I kinda have to like drama
If you happened to find my laptop abandoned in the Brasenose library at three in the morning on a Tuesday...
Student Blog: I’ll miss you Brasenose
Over two years ago, I wrote a piece for this blog describing my first term in Oxford.
Brasenose Virtual Open Days - Come click!
The next undergraduate Open Days at Brasenose College will be Wednesday and Thursday 1st and 2nd July and will be Virtual.
Brasenose College Statement on Racism
We urge our whole Brasenose College community to join together to stamp out racism.
Professor Andrew Burrows sworn in as a Justice of the Supreme Court
On Tuesday 2 June 2020, Brasenose Honorary Fellow and alumnus, Professor Andrew Burrows QC was sworn in as a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
Student Blog: A year at Oxford as a working-class Weegie
Coming from a rehousing council estate in the east-end of Glasgow, from a working-class family in which no one has gone to university, the image of an Oxford application was one of unattainability and pointlessness.
Student Blog: A First Term of Medicine
If you have somehow found your way here and just wanted a quick and snappy little summary of my first term as a medic at Oxford then here you go:
Student Blog: County Durham to Brasenose and back again
I was lucky enough to spend 4 years of my life as a student at Brasenose. In 2015, I arrived from a small village school in Durham to begin my English degree.
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