New Graduate Students

We're looking forward to welcoming you to St Catherine's in the autumn.

Click on the links below to download the forms and documents you need to prepare before you arrive. These are in PDF format. They can be viewed using Adobe Reader, which you can download free of charge.

Forms to complete and return by Friday 31 August

  1. Reply Form
  2. Emergency Contact Details Form
  3. College Doctors’ Registration Form (full-time students only)

Important information to read carefully

  1. Letter from the Master
  2. Letter from the Tutor for Graduates and the Academic Registrar
  3. Invitation to Dinner for New Students
  4. Financial Guidance
  5. Letter from the Dean
  6. Letter from the MCR Co-Presidents
  7. Oxford University Newcomers’ Club
  8. Map and Directions

You will need to print the forms and send them to us, filled in, in hard copy. Forms requiring a signature, must be signed by you, so that we have your original signature. We cannot accept the signature of a family member, friend, or associate.

If you have difficulty downloading or printing any of the forms or documents, we can post hard copies to you. Please be aware that hard copies may take some time to reach you, particularly if you are outside the UK. To request hard copies, please email admissions@stcatz.ox.ac.uk specifying your full name, course, and postal address.

Your completed forms, in hard copy, need to be returned by Friday 31 August. Please send the completed forms to:

Graduate Freshers’ Mailing,
St Catherine’s College
Oxford
OX1 3UJ
United Kingdom

Erasmus Exchange Students

We're looking forward to welcoming you to St Catherine's in the autumn.

Click on the links below to download the forms and documents you need to prepare before you arrive. These are in PDF format. They can be viewed using Adobe Reader, which you can download free of charge.

Forms to complete and return by Friday 31 August

  1. Reply Form
  2. Residential Agreement (return the first page only)
  3. Registered Visting Student Data Entry Form (see Guidance Notes)
  4. St Catherine's College Visiting Student Contract
  5. Emergency Contact Details Form
  6. College Doctors’ Registration Form

Important information to read carefully

  1. Letter from the Master
  2. Letter from the Tutor for Graduates and the Academic Registrar
  3. Invitation to Dinner for New Students
  4. Financial Guidance
  5. Letter from the Dean
  6. Letter from the MCR Co-Presidents
  7. Map and Directions

You will need to print the forms and send them to us, filled in, in hard copy. Forms requiring a signature, must be signed by you, so that we have your original signature. We cannot accept the signature of a family member, friend, or associate.

If you have difficulty downloading or printing any of the forms or documents, we can post hard copies to you. Please be aware that hard copies may take some time to reach you, particularly if you are outside the UK. To request hard copies, please email admissions@stcatz.ox.ac.uk specifying your full name, course, and postal address.

Your completed forms, in hard copy, need to be returned by Friday 31 August. Please send the completed forms to:

Graduate Freshers’ Mailing,
St Catherine’s College
Oxford
OX1 3UJ
United Kingdom

Islands Undergraduate Students

We're looking forward to welcoming you to St Catherine's in the autumn.

Click on the links below to download the forms and documents you need to prepare before you arrive. These are in PDF format. They can be viewed using Adobe Reader, which you can download free of charge.

Forms to complete and return by Friday 31 August

  1. Reply Form
  2. Residential Agreement (return the first page only)
  3. St Catherine's College Student Contract
  4. University Card Form
  5. Emergency Contact Details Form
  6. College Doctors’ Registration Form

Important information to read carefully

  1. Letter from the Master
  2. Letter from the Senior Tutor and the Academic Registrar
  3. Invitation to Dinner for New Students
  4. Financial Guidance
  5. Letter from the Dean
  6. JCR Freshers’ Guide
  7. JCR Guide for International and Visiting Students
  8. Map and Directions

You will need to print the forms and send them to us, filled in, in hard copy. Forms requiring a signature, must be signed by you, so that we have your original signature. We cannot accept the signature of a family member, friend, or associate.

If you have difficulty downloading or printing any of the forms or documents, we can post hard copies to you. Please be aware that hard copies may take some time to reach you, particularly if you are outside the UK. To request hard copies, please email admissions@stcatz.ox.ac.uk specifying your full name, course, and postal address.

Your completed forms, in hard copy, need to be returned by Friday 31 August. Please send the completed forms to:

Undergraduate Freshers’ Mailing,
St Catherine’s College
Oxford
OX1 3UJ
United Kingdom

Overseas Undergraduate Students

We're looking forward to welcoming you to St Catherine's in the autumn.

Click on the links below to download the forms and documents you need to prepare before you arrive. These are in PDF format. They can be viewed using Adobe Reader, which you can download free of charge.

Forms to complete and return by Friday 31 August

  1. Reply Form
  2. Residential Agreement (return the first page only)
  3. St Catherine's College Student Contract
  4. University Card Form
  5. Emergency Contact Details Form
  6. College Doctors’ Registration Form

Important information to read carefully

  1. Letter from the Master
  2. Letter from the Master to Parents and Guardians
  3. Letter from the Senior Tutor and the Academic Registrar
  4. Invitation to Dinner for New Students
  5. Financial Guidance
  6. Letter from the Dean
  7. JCR Freshers’ Guide
  8. JCR Guide for International and Visiting Students
  9. Map and Directions

You will need to print the forms and send them to us, filled in, in hard copy. Forms requiring a signature, must be signed by you, so that we have your original signature. We cannot accept the signature of a family member, friend, or associate.

If you have difficulty downloading or printing any of the forms or documents, we can post hard copies to you. Please be aware that hard copies may take some time to reach you, particularly if you are outside the UK. To request hard copies, please email admissions@stcatz.ox.ac.uk specifying your full name, course, and postal address.

Your completed forms, in hard copy, need to be returned by Friday 31 August. Please send the completed forms to:

Undergraduate Freshers’ Mailing,
St Catherine’s College
Oxford
OX1 3UJ
United Kingdom

United Kingdom and European Union Undergraduate Students

We're looking forward to welcoming you to St Catherine's in the autumn.

Click on the links below to download the forms and documents you need to prepare before you arrive. These are in PDF format. They can be viewed using Adobe Reader, which you can download free of charge.

Forms to complete and return by Friday 31 August

  1. Reply Form
  2. Residential Agreement (return the first page only)
  3. St Catherine's College Student Contract
  4. University Card Form
  5. Emergency Contact Details Form
  6. College Doctors’ Registration Form

Important information to read carefully

  1. Letter from the Master
  2. Letter from the Master to Parents and Guardians
  3. Letter from the Senior Tutor and the Academic Registrar
  4. Invitation to Dinner for New Students
  5. Financial Guidance
  6. Letter from the Dean
  7. JCR Freshers’ Guide
  8. JCR Guide for International and Visiting Students
  9. Map and Directions

You will need to print the forms and send them to us, filled in, in hard copy. Forms requiring a signature, must be signed by you, so that we have your original signature. We cannot accept the signature of a family member, friend, or associate.

If you have difficulty downloading or printing any of the forms or documents, we can post hard copies to you. Please be aware that hard copies may take some time to reach you, particularly if you are outside the UK. To request hard copies, please email admissions@stcatz.ox.ac.uk specifying your full name, course, and postal address.

Your completed forms, in hard copy, need to be returned by Friday 31 August. Please send the completed forms to:

Undergraduate Freshers’ Mailing,
St Catherine’s College
Oxford
OX1 3UJ
United Kingdom

Marc Lackenby

MA Oxf, PhD Camb

Teaching

I teach pure mathematics in St Catherine’s and the Mathematical Institute.

About me

I studied mathematics at Cambridge as an undergraduate, a postgraduate and a research fellow. After a year at the University of California at Berkeley, I moved to Oxford in 1999 as a University Lecturer. I was promoted to Professor in 2006.

In 2003, I was awarded a Whitehead Prize by the London Mathematical Society. I held an EPSRC Advanced Research Fellow from 2004 to 2009. In 2006, I was awarded a Philip Leverhulme Prize. I received an Excellence in Teaching Award in the same year. In 2010, I was an invited speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians, which is one of the highest honours in mathematics.

Research

My research interests lie in topology, geometry and group theory. My work focuses on 3-dimensional spaces, which are currently a very active area of research internationally. These have links to many different branches of mathematics, including non-Euclidean geometry and geometric group theory.

For more information, see http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/~lackenby

 

Leathersellers' Fellow and Tutor in Pure Mathematics
Professor of Mathematics

Bill Fulford

MB BChir Camb, MA, DPhil Oxf, PhD Lond, FRCP, FRCPsych

About me

I studied medicine and psychology at Cambridge and in London before coming to Oxford as a Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatry in 1977 where I also completed a DPhil in philosophy. In 1995 I set up the first academic research and teaching centre for philosophy and mental health at Warwick University although continuing as an Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist in Oxford. Between 2005 and 2011 I was a Special Adviser for Values-based Practice (a practical off-shoot of the philosophy of psychiatry) in the Department of Health.

In 2012 I gave up my clinical licence but continue with research and teaching in philosophy and psychiatry and related areas of values-based practice. I also have a number of commercial interests.

Research and Publications

My particular research interest is in the applications of philosophical value theory to psychiatry and other areas of medicine (although I have worked also on a range of other topics in philosophy and psychiatry). My recent publications include, The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Psychiatry, and Essential Values-based Practice. I am Founder Editor of the journal, Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, and of the book series International Perspectives in Philosophy and Psychiatry.

 

 

Fellow by Special Election

Alain Goriely

Lic en Sci Phys, PhD Brussels, MA Oxf
Professor of Mathematical Modelling

Pages

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