It is a great honour to have been elected President of Wolfson. The college is one of the most distinctive in Oxford: a graduate college,...
Oxford Term Dates
Electronic format files with the Oxford Term Dates. These have a series of one-week long events, called, for example, "5th Week, Trinity Term".
- iCal format
- CSV for import into old versions of Outlook
- Users of the University Nexus Exchange system can search for "Wolfson Term Dates Calendar" in the address book (username wolfdate) and view that user's calendar alongside their own
These files are provided on an "as is" basis by the IT Team at Wolfson College to whom any queries should be addressed in the first instance. The script that generates them is available on request. It makes extensive use of the Perl module Oxford::Calendar which does all the hard work - its maintainers deserve many thanks! For contact details, please see the IT Support pages of this website.
We hope these files prove useful throughout the University, but please note that they are maintained only to the extent that they are useful for the College's requirements. Further, these files are an unofficial source of the term dates, and while every effort has been made to ensure their accuracy no liability is accepted for any inconvenience or loss arising from their use. By regulation, term dates are published in the University Gazette; they are also available on the University's website.
8 May 2018Message from the President30 April 2018Inauguration of Tim Hitchens
All members and friends of Wolfson College are invited to a May morning welcome event for Tim Hitchens, CMG LVO as the new President of Wolfson....
Concert and Plays27 - 27May MayYoung pianistsSunday 27 May - 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Firoze Madon, Magdalene Ho, and Sawa Ward from the Purcell School and the Junior Royal Academy will perform works by Scarlatti, Bach, Liszt, Debussy, Schubert, Chopin and others.Lectures and Seminars28 - 28May May“Settlers. Genetics, geography and the peoples of Britain”: introducing the curr...Monday 28 May - 1:15pm to 2:00pm
Professor Mark Robinson will speak on a topic related to the current exhibition “Settlers. Genetics, geography and the peoples of Britain” at the Oxford Natural History Museum (until 16 September), relating the genetic make-up of the current population of the British Isles to events from the end of the last glaciation until the Norman conquest.Lectures and Seminars28 - 28May MayAWRC: 'What was the Middle Persian Book of Kings (Khwadaynamag)?'Monday 28 May - 5:00pm