Terms of the twinning agreement with St Antony's College Oxford were finalised at Guest Night in the Easter Term, when Professor MacMillan, Warden of St Antony's, and two of their Fellows were entertained at Wolfson by the President, Professor Richard J. Evans FBA.
The formal agreement was signed in June by the respective Heads of House who both look forward to our future association, promoting networking, and social and cultural activity between the two institutions.
St Antony's College specialises in international relations, economics, politics, history and anthropology, and is the most international of the seven Oxford graduate colleges. There are some 300 students from over 50 different countries and about 90 visiting Fellows and senior associates. The 40 Governing Body Fellows all have international reputations in their specialist fields and, in combination, provide a unique insight into today's global issues. The college occupies a pleasant site in leafy North Oxford just a short distance from the city centre, University departments and libraries.