About St Antony’s
One of Oxford University’s seven graduate-only colleges, St Antony’s is modern and inclusive, a place where tradition is worn lightly.
St Antony’s is unique among Oxford Colleges. With seven world-renowned regional study centres onsite, 10-20 seminars and lectures each week during term time, and an informality that allows students to freely mix and interact with Fellows and staff, it is an excellent place to study and live as an Oxford University graduate student.
We have agreed a set of strategic priorities for 2024-2027, encompassing student experience, the environment, fundraising and alumni relations, equality, diversity and inclusion, and governance and management. You can read all about them in our Annual Report.
Our college community
Our college is a cosmopolitan, vibrant community of international graduate students specialising in the social sciences and humanities, known globally for a stimulating intellectual life and rich cultural environment. We are proud to be a leading centre for the study of modern history, international relations, economics, development studies, politics, and anthropology of different regions of the world.
St Antony’s Fellows, students, and visiting researchers include leading experts on the regions of the world and on issues of global and transnational importance. Each year we host visiting experts from the world’s leading universities and think tanks, and from such fields as diplomacy, journalism, business, and politics. Our select group of more than 550 students are among the best and the brightest graduates, representing all the continents.
St Antony’s alumni occupy leading positions in many governments, universities, businesses, NGOs, think tanks and international organisations.