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  1. Il Saint Catherine's College, spesso abbreviato in Catz, è uno dei collegi costituenti l' Università di Oxford. Fu fondato nel 1963 da Alan Bullock, che più tardi diventò il vice-cancelliere dell'università. Deve le sue origini ad un gruppo creato nel 1868 (il Saint Catherine's Club) che offriva la possibilità di studiare ad Oxford senza le ...

    • St Catherine's Club, St Catherine's Society
    • Oxford
  2. We are St Catherine’s College. Preparing students to stand shoulder to shoulder with their peers: locally, nationally and globally. To achieve their God-given potential, learners in our care are inspired and supported to be: Ambitious Hard-working Resilient Responsible

  3. St Catherine’s College, Oxford OX1 3UJ +44 (0) 1865 271700 Founded. 1962. Student numbers. Undergraduates: 486 Graduates: 337. Admissions contacts +44 (0)1865 271703 Tutor for Admissions: Dr Jim Thomson Deputy Academic Registrar (Admissions and Access): Carina Klingenberg. Academic staff

  4. Il Saint Catharine's College è uno dei college che costituiscono l' Università di Cambridge . Molti studenti di cambridge lo chiamano semplicemente con il soprannome " Catz ". Il Catz ha una reputazione di college semplice ed equilibrato.

    • Collegium sive aula D. Catharinæ in Universitate Cantabrigiensi
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    St Catherine's College Oxford traces it origins back to 1868. In its first iteration, the college grew from the Scholares Non Ascripti, or Delegacy for Unattached Students, founded by Statute on 11 June 1868. Created in response to the recommendation of a Royal Commission in 1852, this was established as part of an expansion of the university so th...

    Original buildings

    The college is located to the east of central Oxford, on the banks of the Cherwell. Its buildings in glass, brick, and concrete, by the Danish architect Arne Jacobsen, marry modern materials with a traditional Oxford college layout centred on a quadrangle. Jacobsen designed everything, including the furniture, cutlery, lampshades, and the college gardens, down to the choice of fish species for the pond. The original St Catherine's buildings are recognized as one of the world's most distinguis...


    The college was first expanded in 1983 by Knud Holscher, Jacobsen's assistant. It was also extended by Stephen Hodder in two phases, the first from 1994 to 1995 and the second from 2002 to 2005. The first phase included 54 student rooms and the second phase included 132 student rooms, a new porters' lodge and four seminar rooms.These new buildings form a second quad called 'New Quad' (in comparison to the Jacobsen-designed 'Old Quad'), which is largely used as second-year student accommodation.

    Graduate building

    In 2017, Purcell Architects gained planning permission for a further extension at the college. The facilities aimed to resemble Jacobsen's original designs and was built on the college's last available development space. Purcell consulted with Stephen Hodder, who constructed the additional buildings on site during the 1994 and 2004 extensions, when designing the centre. The Ainsworth Graduate Centre is named in honor of Roger Ainsworth, the previous Master of the college. Construction started...

    St. Catherine's has one of the largest undergraduate and graduate intakes among Oxford colleges, admitting 215 graduate students in the 2018–2019 academic year. There is a college bar, as well as a Junior Common Room (JCR) and a Middle Common Room (MCR), which was relocated to the Ainsworth Graduate Centre in 2020 (it was previously located in the ...

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    List of censors

    A list of the censors of the Delegacy for Unattached Students, the Delegacy for Non-Collegiate Students and St Catherine's Society. 1. 1868–1883: George Kitchin 2. 1868–1881: George Sturton Ward 3. 1883–1887: William Jackson 4. 1888–1919: Richard William Massy Pope 5. 1919–1930: James Bernard Baker 6. 1930–1952: Victor John Knight Brook 7. 1952–1962: Alan Bullock

    List of masters

    1. 1962–1981: Alan Bullock; first master 2. 1981–1988: Patrick Nairne 3. 1988–1994: Brian Smith 4. 1994–2000: Raymond Plant, Baron Plant of Highfield 5. 2000–2002: Sir Peter Williams 6. 2002–2019: Roger Ainsworth 7. 2019–2020: Peter Battle (pro-master) 8. 2020–present: Kersti Börjars

    List of Christensen Fellows

    Christensen Fellowships are awarded to distinguished academic visitors who are members of their national academy – equivalent to the Royal Society and the British Academy in the UK – or likely to attain that standard if at an earlier stage in their academic career. 1. Söhnke M. Bartram 2. Christoph Bode 3. MacDonald P. Jackson 4. John F. Helliwell 5. Vijay Mishra 6. Gjertrud Schnackenberg 7. K. G. Subramanyan

    A view of the quadat night.
    A view of the water garden along the west side of the site, toward the small bridge that was part of the original entrance sequence.
    A view of the west-side accommodation and water garden.
    View of west-side accommodation from far-end of college, facing in the direction of the Porter's Lodge.

    Davies, M. & D. Creating St Catherine's College. Oxford: St Catherine's College, 1997. ISBN 0-9531279-0-7.

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