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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.

6th November 2018

Social ambassadors are already coming forward to sign up to Worcester’s very first giving day on Tuesday, 27 November. We are inviting Old Members, students and academics to spread the word about our 36-hour event, planned to start at noon (GMT) on Giving Tuesday.

Ben Delo gives £5 million to the College
26th October 2018

Worcester College, Oxford is delighted to report one of the largest single donations to its Tercentenary Campaign to endow the College for the next three hundred years, to sustain the unique Oxford tutorial system and enhance the College’s celebrated historic buildings, gardens and grounds.

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