St Antony’s, like many the colleges of the University of Oxford, is an English charity registered with the Charity Commission.

Who we are and what we do

St Antony’s has a Trustee Board known as the Governing Body, whose current membership can be viewed here: Governing Body Fellows. The Governing Body is the decision-making body of the College.

The College has one main sub-committee which reports to the Governing Body. This is the Management Executive Team (MET). MET meets very regularly during term time and its membership includes the Warden, the Bursar, the Sub-Warden, the Senior Tutor, the Dean, the Delegate for Finance/Tutor for Admissions, and the GCR President.

St Antony’s College Officers are the individuals who have been delegated responsibility from the Governing Body for the day-to-day administration of the College. 

Warden (Acting): Professor Nandini Gooptu

Sub-Warden: Dr David Pratten

Senior Tutor: Professor Walter Armbrust

Dean:  Professor Paul Betts

Governing Body Delegate for Finance & Tutor for Admissions: Professor Eric Chaney

Bursar: Dr Tanya Baldwin

Dean of Degrees: Dr Maryam Alemzadeh

Chair of Nominating Committee: Professor Roy Allison

The College has a number of policies, procedures, and regulations; you can access them on our policies and procedures page. Additionally, you may wish to read the College Charter, Statutes, & Bylaws.

St Antony’s research activities are focused on academic regional study centres, and the college employs research staff, provides fellowships for professors and lecturers, and supports research financially and through facilities.

What we spend and how we spend it

Financial information relating to income, expenditure, assets, and liabilities is published in the College’s Annual Report, where you can read the financial review and financial statements for 2022-23.

Our priorities

For Strategy and performance information, plans, assessments, inspections, and reviews see our latest Annual Report.

As a constituent College of the University of Oxford, the College’s priorities and future plans are determined in the context of those of the University. To facilitate this the College is represented at the Conference of Colleges by its Warden.

Where next

Annual Report 2022-23

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Governing Body Fellows

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Our purpose and values

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