This year’s annual lecture will be on What does it mean to be LGBT+ today?
Join experimental particle physicist Professor Ian Shipsey on a visit to Geneva to explore fundamental questions about the structure of our universe. Enjoy a private visit to CERN, home to the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments including the Large Hadron Collider. Here, physicists are conducting ground-breaking research into dark matter and subatomic particles, with consequences which could forever change our understanding of our existence.
Our exclusive tours are now open for booking!
We have exclusive excursions to the Sistine Chapel,
night time walks around Rome and guided tours of
St Peter's Basilica.
There are only two weeks left to see the Ashmolean's exhibition with your alumni discount
The mawkish misnomer of ‘maudlin’
We are delighted to congratulate alumni and members of the University recognised in the New Year's Honours list
Booking is open for our Alumni Weekend in
the Eternal City of Rome. Join us for a diverse
weekend of tours, lectures and gala dinners.
16 - 18 March 2018
Join Professor Alexei Leporc, Curator of Western European Art at the Hermitage, to explore the grandest of Russian cities
Benefit from a 10% discount on course fees on over 1,000 part-time courses and programmes
Look back on a year of fantastic moments in the life of the University captured by our grad students