Gradel Quadrangles at New College in Oxford celebrated a significant construction milestone with a traditional topping out ceremony on 01 July.
The donation from Sovico Group - a Vietnamese company - is under investigation after concerns were raised in the House of Commons over the College’s memorandum of understanding with the company.
Professor Irene Tracey, currently Warden of Merton College, Oxford, has been nominated as the next Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford.
The modern classical building, is a cluster of 4 buildings, each with its own scale, character, and use, and is designed to sit comfortably within the College’s rich built and landscape heritage.
Hill Farm in Appleford and near Didcot is the site of a proposed Local Development Order (LDO) which local planning authorities use to set out the overall design of a site.
In total, 91.49 per cent (6,459) of applicants have been awarded their first choice for starting infant or primary school in Oxfordshire.
The judges were impressed by the winning team’s design flair, collaborative approach, creative integration of different uses, and sensitive consideration of the needs of local communities and those who will visit the site.
The University gained world recognition in 16 subjects this year, three more than the previous year. And it’s Hospitality & Leisure Management subject retains a spot in the top 20 globally.
A total of 88.27% of applications have been awarded their first choice with a total of 96.42% offered one of the four choices listed on their application.
Aimed at improving diversity and access to the legal profession, the scholarship will be available to the university’s law students from the Autumn 2022 term.