Although the bane of many students’ lives, Student Finance provides much-needed support to those most vulnerable. It provides an essential ‘leg-up’ for those from low income backgrounds, easing financial concerns and allowing students to concentrate on what matters most about university: their academic work. (more…)
As the drag of Michaelmas term finally comes to an end, the Oxford hub becomes the scene for another group of students – the eager interviewees. In smart attire, freshly polished shoes, looking as academic as they will ever be, these dressed-to-impress newbies flood into Oxford with a mixed bag of nerves and excitement. To help them out, quick-fingered tweeters have been busy hashtagging their pearls of wisdom. In the spirit of interview-fever, we have selected a few of these gems to bring to you the ‘Top 10 Twitter Tips for an Oxford Interviewee’.
Student input is to be sought in the selection of a new Vice-Chancellor after Professor Andrew Hamilton completes his term in the role in September 2016, according to a notice in the Oxford University Gazette, the University’s weekly publication for official announcements.