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Brasenose College, Oxford

Brasenose College is affiliated to the University of Oxford. The college is located in the heart of Oxford, next to the Radcliffe Camera and the Bodleian Library. Brasenose College welcomes applicants from graduates in various disciplines, subject to the consent of the appropriate faculty. A broad variety of activities are organized for graduate students comprising guest speakers, special dinners and regular presentations of research by graduate students and fellows.

Facilities for Students with Disabilities

The college has specially adapted rooms in the graduate buildings, which are suitable for students with disabilities.

Library Resources

  • Main College Library
  • The Hulme Library (Politics and Modern History)
  • The Stallybrass Memorial Library (Law)

Computing Resources

  • College computing room
  • All study bedrooms are equipped with network connections
  • Wireless access in College comprising MCR
  • Three computers along with printer available in MCR
  • Computer room with printer accessible in St Cross Building

Art, Drama, Music and Sport

  • Cricket pavilion
  • Sports ground
  • Boat club
  • Punting
  • Music practice rooms
  • Arts and drama festival
  • Croquet
  • Choir
  • Graduates are welcome to join any College sports teams

Meals and Accommodation

  • The College has graduate buildings in St Cross Road (near the Law, English, Economics and Politics faculties) and in Hollybush Row (near the railway station and Sad Business School)
  • Accommodation in the St Cross building comprises five bed-sitting rooms along with a well-equipped kitchen and two shared showers
  • Accommodation in the Hollybush Row building includes single rooms with shared kitchens and en-suite bathrooms
  • The college has limited accommodation for couples
  • Letting period: 51 weeks
  • Meals may also be taken in College during term-time


Brasenose College has a common room for graduate students, which is run by an elected committee of graduate students. The college organizes a broad ranging sporting, social and cultural programme. Students are advised to refer the college website for more information about various activities. Graduate students will automatically become members of the Junior Common Room and they have access to its activities.

Academic Staff

  • Archaeology: Dr Olympia Bobou
  • Biochemistry: Professor Susan Lea
  • Dr Steve Johnson: Professor Elspeth Garman
  • Biological Sciences: Dr Owen Lewis
  • Chemistry: Dr Jeremy Robertson, Dr Mark Wilson, Dr Stephen Bell
  • Classics: Dr Llewelyn Morgan
  • Economics: Mr Anthony Courakis, Dr Rui Esteves, Dr Silvia Palano
  • Engineering: Professor Ron Daniel, Dr Harvey Burd, Professor Guy Houlsby, Professor Andrew Zissermann
  • English: Dr Sos Eltis, Dr Simon Palfrey, Dr Faith Binckes, Dr Maria Cesario, Dr Hugh Gazzard
  • Fine Art: Professor Maria Chevska
  • French: Professor Richard Cooper, Dr Carole Bourne-Taylor
  • Geography: Dr Giles Wiggs, Dr Alisdair Rogers
  • German: Dr David Groiser
  • History, Ancient: Dr Edward Bispham, Professor Alan Bowman
  • History, Medieval: Dr Lesley Abrams
  • History, Modern: Dr Martin Ingram, Dr Abigail Green, Dr Rowena Archer, Professor Francis Robinson
  • Italian: Dr Francesca Southerden
  • Law: Mr William Swadling, Dr Anne Davies, Dr Thomas Krebs, Professor Stefan Vogenauer, Dr Alicia Hinarejos, Dr Philip Clark
  • Management Studies: Dr Chris McKenna, Dr Eric Thun, Professor Andrew Pettigrew
  • Mathematics: Professor Richard Haydon, Dr Arghir Zarnescu, Dr Eamonn Gaffney
  • Medicine: Dr Richard Boyd, Dr Paul Dennis, Dr Anne Edwards, Dr William James, Professor Paul Klenermann, Dr Jeremy Taylor, Professor Douglas Higgs, Professor Peter Somogyi, Professor Russell Foster, Professor Anton vander Merwe, Professor Christopher Kennard
  • Music: Dr Susan Wollenberg
  • Philosophy: Dr Chris Timpson, Dr Dave Leal, Dr Thomas Johansen
  • Physics: Professor Jonathan Jones, Dr Laura Herz, Dr Sinead Farrington, Dr Anthony Harker, Dr Anthony Middleton
  • Politics: Professor Vernon Bogdanor, Mr Tom Lubbock
  • Portugese: Dr Claudia Pazos-Alonso
  • Psychology: Dr David Popplewell
  • Russian: Dr Michael Nicholson
  • Spanish: Dr Dominic Moran

Student Welfare

  • Chaplain: The Revd Dr Graeme Richardson
  • Dean: Dr Giles Wiggs
  • Women's Advisor: Dr Anne Edwards
  • Fellow of the college

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