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Progress on Transforming St Hilda's Site

21st October 2018

Preparatory work for our new buildings by Beard Construction began on 7 August 2018.

Our old Porters' Lodge closed for the final time and our new Main Lodge is now in place on South Lawn. Hall Lodge, a second Lodge serving Hall Building,...

Matriculation at St Hilda's in 2018

Congratulations to everyone matriculating at St Hilda's today

13th October 2018

Congratulations to all new members of the Junior and Middle Common Rooms at St Hilda's who matriculated today. We are delighted to welcome you to College and wish you every success in your time here.  

Charlotte Laycock narrates 'Know Your Oxford: a guided audio tour for new and prospective students'

12th October 2018

If you’ve just started studying at Oxford University or you’re thinking about applying, listening to Know Your Oxford will help you get to know the city. This guided tour for new and potential students is narrated by St Hilda's student, Charlotte Laycock (Medicine, 2015)....

St Hilda's Fellows participate in the Women in Science project from the University of Oxford

12th October 2018

Professor Julia Yeomans, FRS, our Tutorial Fellow in Physics, and Professor Alison Noble, FRS, our Professorial Fellow in Engineering,...

Dr Ana Namburete and Dr Bartek Papiez

Dr Ana Namburete received the Best Paper Award of the international Workshop on Perinatal, Preterm and Paediatric Image Analysis

3rd October 2018

Dr Ana Namburete, our Associate Research Fellow in Engineering, received the Best Paper Award of the 2018 International Workshop on Perinatal, Preterm and Paediatric Image Analysis,...

Sir Gordon and Lady Duff welcome guests to the opening of the Jocelyn Morris Quad

We are delighted to announce the opening of The Jocelyn Morris Quad

29th September 2018

On the morning of 29 September 2018, our Principal, Professor Sir Gordon Duff, warmly welcomed the families and friends of Jocelyn Morris, FSA (Archaeology, 1940), Rosalind Hill (History, 1928) and Sylvia Mann (History, 1947) to the opening of The Jocelyn Morris Quad and the new student...

Congratulations to our New Graduates!

28th September 2018

Many congratulations to all those graduating from St Hilda's on 28 and 29 September 2018. We wish you every success in the future and hope that you will come back to see us soon.

We enjoyed a wonderful 125th anniversary Gaudy weekend

17th September 2018

We were delighted to see many friends of St Hilda's at our 2018 Gaudy weekend, including alumnae attending their 40th (1978) and 50th (1968) reunions.

Undergraduate Open Day 2018

Thanks to everyone who came to our Undergraduate Open Day on 14 September 2018

15th September 2018

Our student helpers enjoyed showing lots of potential applicants around our College. If you missed the Open Day, you can  hear from our students and tutors about life at St Hilda's in our new video series . You can also look around with our...

Examination Success for St Hilda's Finalists

13th September 2018

This year, 98% of our undergraduate students got an upper second class or first class degree in their finals. This placed St Hilda’s joint 13th place on the 2017/18 Norrington Table. We are...

Archives Exhibition at Gaudy 18

Our Gaudy Celebrations will be extra special for our 125th Year

12th September 2018

We are looking forward to our 2018 Gaudy, which we will celebrate with special reunions, lectures, concerts and films. Our archivist has been busy setting up our exhibitions, take a sneak preview above!

Professor Alison Noble OBE, FRS, spoke at the 2018 Forum Annual Lecture at the Royal Academy of Engineering

10th September 2018

St Hilda's Professorial Fellow in Biomedical Engineering, Alison Noble OBE, FRS, gave a speech at the 2018 Forum Annual Lecture at the Royal Academy of Engineering on 5 September 2018: "The ambition is to ensure that...