SU Teaching Award winners announced

The winners of the Oxford SU Student-Led Teaching Awards were announced at Oxford City Hall last Thursday. The annual award ceremony, which recognises outstanding teaching at the university, was opened by Martin Williams, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, who spoke of the important role of the SU in shaping the education experience at Oxford. Awards encompassed all […]

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Oxford and Padua formally acknowledge friendship

On Wednesday 9th May, to mark Europe day, Oxford and the Italian city of Padua formally acknowledged and supported the friendship between the two cities.   Representatives from Oxford City Council and the University of Oxford hosted a delegation from Padua, which included representatives from the Padua University. The delegation signed a memorandum, recognising the […]

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Certificate of Honour awarded to nine volunteers for their services to others in the community

On Tuesday 8 May, Councillor Jean Fooks, Lord Mayor of Oxford, presented the 2018 Certificates of Honour at the Oxford Town Hall. Nine volunteers were recognised for their “dedication and exceptional service to others in a local community in Oxford”. The Certificate of Honour is awarded to exceptional individuals who do voluntary work in Oxford. […]

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London ranked best city for students

The QS University Rankings have ranked London the best city in the world for students, beating thirty other major global cities such as Montreal, Paris and New York. It is, however, unclear as to whether this will continue to be the case in upcoming years. The International Student Survey, based on 67,000 prospective applicants, warned […]

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