Home

College news

17 August 2007
Nearly 40 students from ethnic minority backgrounds took part in a summer school at St John's College last week, organised by GEEMA the Group to Encourage Ethnic Minority Applications.  Chosen from more than 250 applications all the students came from families with no history of higher education, with parents in non-professional occupations and from...
27 July 2007
Due to the refurbishment of the College kitchens, we regret that it will not be possible for Johnians to excercise their dining privileges between 10 and 19 August inclusive. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.  
26 July 2007
Graduates of the last decade invited to drinks at Shakespeare's Globe, Monday 24 September.
18 July 2007
 The Hon Frank Iacobucci (LLM 1985, Honorary Fellow 1999), has been appointed a Companion of the Order of Canada.
16 July 2007
The Choir will be on tour in Central Europe from Wednesday 15 to Wednesday 25 July
16 July 2007
The latest CD by the Choir was released on 2 July 2007 and features the music of Edward Bairstow.  
8 June 2007
Details of the Hutton Prize for the best short dissertation on a subject in English History (closing date 10 October 2007) are now available within Teaching & Research.
8 June 2007
Schools' Essay Prize As part of our commemorations for the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act 1807, St John's College and Magdalene College held a joint Essay Competition for sixth-formers.    University Essay Prize
23 May 2007
We will be holding three Open Days in June and July.  On all three days you will have the opportunity to speak with current undergraduates, chat with Directors of Studies in your chosen subjects, and have a tour of the College and see some of our accommodation. Open Days are taking place on Wednesday 27 June, Thursday 5 July and Friday 6 July.
16 May 2007
Mike Brearley (BA 1963, MA 1967, Honorary Fellow of St John's), the former England captain, will serve as the next President of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC).
Syndicate content