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Somerville's 400-plus undergraduates study a range of subjects across the humanities, sciences and social sciences. We encourage applicants from all backgrounds and assess you purely on the basis of your academic achievements and potential.

What's going on at Somerville

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23rd March 2017

Somerville hosts Parents’ Lunch, Year Reps Meeting and Winter Meeting with Shirley Williams

It was an especially busy Saturday at Somerville on the 11th of March, with three important events in our calendar all taking place – the Parents’ Lunch, the Year Reps’ Networking Lunch and the Somerville Winter Meeting, with special guest speaker Baroness Williams of Crosby.

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17th March 2017

Baroness O’Neill of Bengarve wins Holberg Prize 2017

Somerville Honorary Fellow, renowned British Philosopher and crossbench member of the House of Lords, Baroness Onora O’Neill of Bengarve has been awarded this year’s Holberg Prize.

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10th March 2017

The Oxford Commas USA Tour

Tour Manager of a cappella group the Oxford Commas and Somerville undergraduate, Matt Maclay (PPE, 2016), reports on their upcoming tour to universities across the East Coast of the United States of America.

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What's going on at Somerville

September
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13th-14th September 2017

1967 50th Anniversary Reunion

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June
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24-25 June, 2017

Gaudy for Matric Years 2007-2013 (Principal’s Farewell Gaudy)

The Gaudy to be held on 24-25 June 2017 is for Matric Years 2007-2013.

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June 24th 2017

Somerville Maths Reunion

A reunion for those who studied mathematics and its joint schools.

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