Trinity College, founded in 1555, is situated in the centre of Oxford, close to libraries, laboratories, lecture halls and all the city’s amenities. Our community of over 300 undergraduates and 100 graduates is exceptionally friendly; we welcome everyone and are committed to giving students from all backgrounds the chance to succeed.
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|19.09.2014|||||TRINTY SOCIETY WEEKEND|
11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
|13.08.2014|||||BLAKE AT THE PROMS|
DPhil student Jonathan Downing (2009) will be taking part in a panel discussion alongside Ralph Vaughan Williams expert Ceri Owen as part of tonight’s Prom 36: Vaughan Williams & Alwyn at the Royal Albert Hall. As part of this 'Proms Plus' event, Jonathan will be speaking about William Blake’s Illustrations for the Book of Job, which served as the inspiration for Vaughan Williams' Job: A Masque for Dancing. An edited version of the discussion will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 during the intermission (c.7.30 pm). Further details about the event, and the broadcast are available at http://www.bbc.co.uk/proms/whats-on/2014/august-13/15172.
|07.08.2014|||||Events in the Middle East in the context of the WW1 anniversary|
The President has written, for the Tablet, about current events in the Middle East in the context of the anniversary of the start of the First World War. The article can be read on the Tablet website.
|05.08.2014|||||COMMEMORATION BALL VIDEO|
|04.08.2014|||||COMMEMORATING THE START OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR|
A service has been held in Chapel to mark the start of the First World War, attended by Fellows, Old Members, staff, summer school students and friends.Read More