Opportunities for alumni to invest in exciting new University of Oxford spin-out companies
Travel to Bhutan with Oxford Alumni Travellers, 10 - 25 October 2016
Marathon runner and public speaker Mara Yamauchi (St Anne’s, 1992) shares her experiences in this Alumni Voices podcast
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Oxford will be looking to continue its winning streak on the water against historic rivals Cambridge in this year's 162nd Cancer Research UK Boat Races on 27 March.
Last year all four Oxford rowing crews won their races against Cambridge on a momentous afternoon when the women, for the first time, raced over the same gruelling course as the men. If Oxford secure victory in 2016, they will edge tantalisingly closer to Cambridge's 81 wins - Oxford currently stands at 79.
Proof that the races are still a highlight on Oxonian calendars long after they leave the University, many of our alumni groups will be holding their own events to cheer on the Dark Blues.
From viewings of the races in the local pub to formal dinners, there are 25 events in 15 countries to choose from. If you haven't met your local group yet, this is a great opportunity.
If you can't make it to a local event, you can still enjoy the races on tv or online
Follow in the footsteps of the poets and soldiers of the First World War with Oxford Alumni Travellers
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A number of alumni groups are offering awards to Oxford students facilitating travel during the summer vacation
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