Professor Yvonne Jones, Jesus College Senior Research Fellow in Medicine and Joint Head of the Division of Structural Biology at the University of Oxford has been announced as one of 185 scientists to win a European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant.
In a new film produced by NHK World – Japan – Sir Nigel Shadbolt, our Principal, talks about the challenges that our world faces as we become increasingly engaged with and reliant on AI and the vital role that ethical debate must play in how data is collected and used by AI algorithms.
A portrait of Patricia Daley, our Vice-Principal and Helen Morag Tutor & Fellow in Geography, is part of a new photographic exhibition that celebrates some of the UK’s most eminent black female professors.
Jesus College is one step closer to the semi-finals of this year’s University Challenge after storming to victory against the Courtauld Institute of Art.
Concrete columns go up, ground source heat pump boreholes drilled down and the discovery of an old well on Northgate site
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales visited Jesus College today to mark the appointment of our new Jesus Chair of Celtic and to learn about our student access initiatives in Wales.
We’ve got a wonderful weekend of celebrations ahead as Jesus College marks St David’s Day – a very important day in our events calendar.
Olaf Scholz, German Federal Minister of Finance and Vice-Chancellor, takes a tour of College
Information on Undergraduate Admissions 2020
Installation of tower crane marks next phase of construction of city centre building
Nurturing intellectual curiosity is not limited to the work of our prominent academics, but is the motivation behind our dynamic access and outreach programme.
The Jesus Chair of Celtic supports the scholarship and preservation of Celtic languages, literature and history at the University of Oxford. The appointment has been made for the sixth time in its distinguished history.