News - Other

First Corporate Sponsor for Linacre

April 2018

It was announced this week, that law firm, CMS, is to become Linacre's first corporate sponsor. As well as providing us with financial support, they have a wealth of knowledge in working with young people from social mobility cold spots and helping them to reach their potential and flourish. We are currently working on a mentoring programme with them for those Linacre students who are interested in a career in law. We are really excited about their involvement and look forward to working with them.

5th Reach Higher programme

March 2018

We are excited to be starting the interview process for our 2018 cohort of students for what will be our 5th Reach Higher Programme! The interview process is always really interesting and fun and we hope that this year's group will be as energetic as the last. To our outgoing cohort, who are approaching the final stages of their A level preparations with some fantastic University offers in hand, we wish you the very best of luck and look forward to hearing news of your results in due course.

Linacre Alumni Society gets going

January 2018

One of Linacre's key values is offering support that is ‘Long-term and personal’, and we took a big step in this direction in January when we formed the Linacre Alumni Society.

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Lord Hennessy is Linacre’s first patron

January 2018

We are honoured that Prof Peter Hennessy (Lord Hennessy of Nympsfield) has agreed to become our first patron.

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Northern students ‘15 times less likely to reach elite universities’

November 2017

The access chasm dividing north and south England is huge, new figures reveal.

A child growing up in parts of southern England is 15 times more likely to reach a leading university than one in a Linacre target area, according to figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by the Labour MP David Lammy.

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2015-16 Linacre students bridge widening north-south access divide

February 2016

It has been an intriguing few months, with more success for our students but also new research showing just how much northern students need expert support.

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