In this section, find out why you should make St Antony's your base for graduate study in Oxford and how to apply to join us.
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What our students say
Matthew Adeiza studied for an MSc in African Studies at St Antony's College in 2011/12 after completing his first degree in Nigeria. He was was one of the College's inaugural Eni Scholars, receiving full funding for his fees and living costs. Here's what he has to say about his time at St Antony's: "The year was particularly productive for me as not only did I gain academic knowledge but I also engaged with members of the College at various forums. Being a part of the College's multicultural community was an experience to treasure for a lifetime!"
"St Antony's is by far the friendliest and warmest College among the ones that I have visited. It really makes being at this college worthwhile." - 2014/15 student survey feedback
Zaha Kheir started the DPhil Politics in 2014/15, researching comparative democratic politics in the Middle East. She came over from her native Germany to see the College after being offered a place at St Antony's in 2014.
She said: "When I visited, I felt incredibly welcome! A friendly member of staff showed me around the common room, the dining hall, the library, the grounds and the emerging Zaha Hadid building. It was the perfect study environment; familiar, quiet and professional. I am very much looking forward to my experience studying at the College."
"The welcoming experience reaffirmed that I made the right decision to come here. Thanks for all your hard work. I'm glad I chose St Antony's!" - 2014/15 student survey feedback
Andrew Zadel from Canada completed an MPhil in Social and Cultural Anthropology at St Antony's College between 2001 and 2003 and then came back a decade later to complete the MSc in Economic Development in 2012/13. Of his second offer in 2012, he said: "Thanks very much for this offer. I have been a student at St Antony's before and I could not imagine being at any other college, so I am very pleased."