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Oxford University received £6.9m from ExxonMobil since 2015

This brings the total amount of money the University has received from fossil fuel companies since 2015 to £18.8 million.

Another Brick in the Postgrad Wall

"a more open system, where funding options are clear, where rejection is forthcoming, would lead to fewer students congregating in the virtual halls of The Student Room, wondering what is going on amongst the (currently virtual) decision-making panels." Matthew Prudham reflects on the trials of Master's and Doctoral degree funding.

Government pledges £20 million towards Oxford coronavirus vaccine

Matt Hancock announced this afternoon during the government’s daily Coronavirus press conference that £20 million in funding will be allocated towards a vaccine research...
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Oxford receives £5.5m AI research funding

The University of Oxford has received £5.5 million from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and will lead a national project for...

The Place of Regional Theatre

The power of identity is arguably greater today than ever before. The stale, collective “British” identity is slowly being pervaded by the vibrant diversity...

Local libraries: do we still need them?

What is a library? Most of us would describe them as a place to study (or at least pretend to), or somewhere to find...

Council makes £19 Million Climate Commitment

Oxford City Council has pledged £19 Million for a Climate Emergency Budget in response to the Assembly on Climate Change. They are working on a number of different initiatives, such as a network of charging ports for electric vehicles in the city and introducing electric busses.

University to fund Erasmus alternative in case of No Deal Brexit

The University has made an “open-ended commitment to funding exchange activity".

Emirati press announce fake Oxford centre

UAE state media release doctored images of 'Future Design Center' which doesn't exist

The disparity in college endowments is unjust

The differing levels of support create an environment of inequality