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  1. 4. Apr. 2012 · Rigorous & supportive. St Anne’s is a forward looking & outward facing college in the University of Oxford. We inspire and challenge our students to fulfil their academic potential and prepare for future careers. Learn more.

    • Study Here

      St Anne’s is a down-to-earth, friendly and...

    • Life Here

      Each year we welcome approximately 40 'Study Abroad'...

    • About

      St Anne’s is one of Oxford’s largest colleges, with over 800...

    • Conferences & Guest Rooms

      College Life. Internships and Scholarships; Accommodation &...

    • Alumnae

      St Anne’s Fellow, Prof. Imogen Goold, speaks to Rob Tobin of...

    • Current Students

      St Anne’s Fellow, Prof Jakob Foerster, and his Lab for AI...

    • Giving Back

      Each year, over 1,000 alumnae and friends donate to St...

    • Publications

      St Anne's Publications St Anne's produces two major...

  2. St Anne’s is a down-to-earth, friendly and independent-minded college. As well as being modern in outlook and architecture, it is also open to the world, informal yet academically demanding. We are proud to be a diverse and inclusive community and we take student welfare seriously.

  3. St Anne’s is modern, open and committed to opportunity, and keen to reach out to students from around the world, involving all students in college life. St Anne’s offers a number of generous graduate scholarships, teaching scholarships, as well as travel and research grants.

  4. St Anne's College is a constituent college of the University of Oxford in England. It was founded in 1879 and gained full college status in 1959. Originally a women's college, it has admitted men since 1979.

    • 1879
    • Consulto et audacter, (Purposefully and boldly)
    • Collegium Sanctae Annae
  5. Website. www.st-annes.ox.ac.uk. Das St Anne’s College ist eines der Colleges der University of Oxford. Ursprünglich wurde es als Association for the Education of Women gegründet, der ersten Einrichtung in Oxford, die auch Frauen zur höheren Bildung aufnahm.