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Get in touch

At St Catherine’s, we try our best to stay in touch with former students for life. We love to keep you updated on what’s going on both here in College and with other Catz alumni. Do please tell us your current contact details to ensure that you receive College publications, news, and event invitations. From a new job to a new husband, wife, or baby, do let us know what is going on in your life – we love to hear your news.If you are looking to reconnect with old friends, whilst data protection laws prevent us from giving out personal details of our alumni, we are always happy to forward messages. Please either email us here or send your letter via us.

St Catherine's College
Manor Road
Oxford
OX1 3UJ
United Kingdom.
Tel: +44 (0)1865 281 596
Email: development.office@stcatz.ox.ac.uk
     

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Rail services

Trains run at least once an hour between Oxford and London, and twice an hour during peak times. Oxford is also on the main cross-country routes.

 

Coach/bus

There are frequent buses, 24 hours a day, between London (Victoria Bus Station) and Oxford, run by the Oxford Bus Company and the Oxford Tube. There are also direct and regular services to Oxford from Heathrow and Gatwick airports operated by the Oxford Bus Company. Coach services from other parts of the country are available with National Express and other providers.

 

On foot

St Catherine's is on the edge of the City Centre and we recommend that visitors arriving at the bus or train station take a taxi to the College, especially if they are bringing luggage. Walking from the City Centre to St Catherine's will take between 15 and 20 minutes or from the train station around 25-30 minutes.

 

By bike

Catz has ample parking for bicycles and the bike shed is a listed building. Cycling is probably the best way to get around central Oxford.

 

Postcode for Sat Nav: OX1 3UJ

Meet the Development Team

Contact the Development Office:

St Catherine's College

Manor Road
Oxford
OX1 3UJ
United Kingdom.
Tel: +44 (0)1865 281 596
Email: development.office@stcatz.ox.ac.uk

 

 


 

Alumni and friends

St Catherine's is more than just a College. It's a community. Our Fellows, students, parents, friends and Alumni help make this community a special group to be a part of. Whether you have just graduated or your university days are far behind you, you remain a member of the College, and there are a range of benefits available to you.

From these pages on our website you can find out the latest news from Catz, get updates on our vibrant programme of events and read our latest publications. If you've recently moved or changed your telephone number, you can update your contact details here too. And if you've won an award, published a book, landed a new job, or have other news to share we'd love to hear from you!

Your College membership never expires.

       


Lecturer named as future BBC broadcaster

A Catz English lecturer has been announced as a future radio and television broadcaster. Dr Eleanor Lybeck, who teaches first-year undergraduates in English and is covering for Professor Kirsten Shepherd-Barr while she serves as Acting Director of TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities), was named as one of ten of this year’s New Generation Thinkers by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and BBC Radio 3.

Google research award for Catz Fellow

Shimon Whiteson, Associate Professor, Fellow and Tutor in Computer Science, has been announced as a recipient for one of this year’s Google Research Awards. His proposal, on end to end deep model based reinforcement learning, has secured funding for tuition for a graduate student as well as access to work directly with Google’s researchers and engineers.

A Glimpse of Heaven

Chris Moorey (1967, English Language & Literature)

A Glimpse of Heaven (Chris Moorey, 2013)

Why do Greek priests have long hair? Why are Greek churches full of icons but short of seats? Why is Easter at a different date in Greece? Chris Moorey answers these questions and more in A Glimpse of Heaven. With many illustrations and a generous sprinkling of humour, this is an indespensible guide to anyone wanting to see Greece beyond the beaches and bars.

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