Brasenose College is thrilled at the appointment of Professor Andrew Burrows QC, to the Supreme Court.
Student Blog: Entertaining at Brasenose
I show a lot of school groups around college (shout out to Brasenose access initiatives!), and perhaps one of the most memorable things that has been said to me on a tour is “you guys are, like, normal”. Believe it or not, it’s true!
Excellent final exams results for Brasenose undergraduates
Brasenose College is delighted to announce excellent results for our undergraduate final examinations this summer.
Student Blog: Maths and Physics at Brasenose
I’m in my fourth year at Brasenose College, studying for a master’s degree in mathematical and theoretical physics, known as the MMathPhys.
John Gardner 1965-2019
The College is deeply saddened to announce the death of John Gardner, Fellow and Tutor in Law from 1991 to 1996.
Student Blog: Hercules in North Yorkshire
Over the Easter holiday, Angharad (2nd Year Biology & Access Rep), Joe Organ (Schools Liaison Officer) and myself, along with Maddy (1st Year Languages), Alicia (3rd Year Chemical Engineering) and Kathryn (School Liaison Officer) from St Catharine's College, Cambridge; went around North Yorkshire state schools encouraging students to apply to Oxbridge.
Open Days 2019: Come and Visit!
The next undergraduate Open Days at Brasenose College will be Wednesday and Thursday 3rd and 4th July.
On Monday 27th May, Dr Leal and I were very kindly invited by Brasenose College student Abdullah Khalil to share in the Iftar at the Oxford University Islamic Society’s dedicated prayer room in the Robert Hooke building.
Student Blog: nuts about the environment
Studying biology as a 2nd year at Brasenose, people often expect that I go absolutely nuts about the environment – and I am glad to say, that is one cliché I am happy to live up to.
Student Blog: Three Years On
A little over three years ago, I was asked to write an article for the Brasenose website reflecting on my first term as an undergraduate student
Student Blog: A Year in Jordan
I’m in my second year at Brasenose studying French and Arabic, which finds me currently spending my year abroad in Jordan.
Student Blog: Ale Verses 2019
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.