Brasenose College (BNC) is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.It began as Brasenose Hall in the 13th century, before being founded as a college in 1509.
Brasenose is a friendly and informal community which offers excellent teaching and a whole range of social and cultural activities. Read all about applying to study at Brasenose College here Read about sport, music, drama and other aspects of student life at Brasenose
Brasenose College is accessed via the beautiful Radcliffe Square, near to the main University libraries, labs and lecture theatres, right next to the bustling High Street. Our Frewin Hall complex is 5 minutes’ walk from the main site.
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George Joshua Richard Monbiot (/ ˈ m ɒ n b i oʊ / MON-bee-oh; born 27 January 1963) is a British writer known for his environmental and political activism.He writes a regular column for The Guardian and is the author of a number of books.
In 1974 the first men's colleges to admit women were Brasenose, Hertford, Jesus College, St Catherine's and Wadham. By 2008 all colleges had become co-residential, although one of the Permanent Private Halls, St Benet's Hall , did not start to admit postgraduate women until Michaelmas term 2014 and women undergraduates until Michaelmas 2016.
Born in London to an upper-middle-class family, Cameron was educated at Heatherdown School, Eton College, and Brasenose College, Oxford. From 1988 to 1993 he worked at the Conservative Research Department, latterly assisting the Conservative Prime Minister John Major, before leaving politics to work for Carlton Communications in 1994.