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Current Catz student, Sophia Saller (2011, Maths), has won gold at the 2014 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final which was held in Edmonton, Canada, from 26 August to 1 September 2014.

The Nick Young Award offers a grant of £3,600 to a member or alumnus of St Catz for the purpose of undertaking a 9-week work experience placement from Monday 7 May 2018 to Friday 6 July 2018 with D

Maxine Williams (1992, Law) Facebook's Global Director of Diversity

Chokepoint is an independently produced British spy drama, written and directed by SG Smith.

Gervase Rosser, Fellow and Tutor in the History of Art, has won the 2014 Art & Christian Enquiry Mercers’ Book Award for his book Spectacular Miracles: Transforming Images in Italy from the

The second Varsity Handball Match between Oxford and Cambridge was held on 31 January 2015 at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre.

Over 200 people attended the memorial service for former St Catz philosopher and Fellow, John Simopoulos (1913-2015) on Saturday.

Wilfred Wong (1976) Entrepreneur

The University of Oxford is committed to ensuring students from the UK and EU understand the costs and funding for them if they choose to apply to the University of Oxford.

Women in Politics Lecture: Anniken Huitfeldt

St Catherine’s College is delighted to announce a strong set of results for the students who sat Finals this year.

At the end of January we hosted a day for year 6 at one of the local primary schools to come and find out more about studying at university.

Chris Anderson (1975, PPE) Entrepreneur and Curator of TED

Alumnus and artist Tom Phillips has designed a new 50p coin to mark the centenary of the birth of composer Benjamin Britten.

Catz alumna, Katherine Rundell (2005, English Language and Literature), has won the

St Catherine’s is delighted to announce a strong performance in this year’s interim Norrington Table, which compares the performance of undergraduate students at each of the Oxford colleges in thei

Catz Fellow Professor Eleanor Stride, a world expert in biomedical engineering, has been awarded a prestigious international prize from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

You can still buy your copy of the 2016 Oxford Almanack!

Philip de Glanville (1990, Politics and Sociology) Former England Rugby Captain

St Catherine’s is delighted to announce that our 2013 cohort have secured a string of University Prizes across a wide range of subjects, in recognition of their outstanding examination achievements

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