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4th January 2019

Our congratulations to Richard Heaton, Permanent  Secretary at the Ministry of Justice, who has been made a Knight Commander (KCB) of the Order of the Bath in the New Year honours list of 2019. Sir Richard studied at Worcester College from 1984 to 1987, taking a BA in Law.

He was appointed a Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB) in the Queen's Birthday Honours of 2011. This year, Sir Richard received an even higher award in the same Order in recognition of his public service.

Tom Gardiner. Photo credit:upReach
3rd January 2019

Efforts by Worcester medical student Tom Gardiner to help others access higher education have been recognised at a national awards ceremony. The charity upReach presented him with the Biggest Champion of Social Mobility award at the inaugural Student Social Mobility Awards held at the House of Lords last month.

The Awards aim to showcase the outstanding achievements of students from less advantaged backgrounds, as well as marking the achievements of those who have made a significant contribution towards enabling others to succeed.

21st December 2018

We're delighted to announce the first-ever online version of The Record.  Please follow the link below to view online: http://online.fliphtml5.com/wffb/kxta/

We look forward to your feedback. We have a limited number of hard copies available; if you would prefer one, please do let us know as soon as possible. 

Molly Daunt
18th December 2018

Classics student Molly Daunt has been named as a recipient of the Daniel M Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship. Molly, who is in her final year at Worcester College, will be a visiting student in the Graduate School at Princeton University, studying classics with a particular interest in the ancient world.

Johann Go
19th November 2018

The Provost’s Scholar Johann Go has scooped another prestigious postgraduate award –a Rhodes scholarship for the academic year 2019. Johann is currently studying Philosophy and Political Theory at Worcester as a recipient of the Provost’s scholarship (as a Visiting Student) for 2018.  He arrived from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, where he completed joint Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Health Sciences degrees. As a Rhodes Scholar for 2019, he will study for a Master’s of Philosophy in Political Theory.

9th November 2018

Worcester College in the University of Oxford is keen to see more of the students from Bradford applying to the most selective universities, which is why it teamed up with The Brilliant Club, an education charity, to try to make it happen.

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