St Antony's College, Oxford

St Antony's College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England. Founded in 1950 as the result of the gift of French merchant Sir Antonin Besse of Aden, St Antony's specialises in international relations, economics, politics, and area studies relative to Europe, Russia, former Soviet states, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, Japan, China, and South and South East Asia.[2]

St Antony's College
Entrance to the old building at St Antony's College
Arms: Or on a chevron between three tau crosses gules as many pierced mullets of the field.
LocationBetween Woodstock Road, Bevington Road and Winchester Road
Coordinates51°45′47″N 1°15′46″W
Latin nameCollegium Sancti Antonii
MottoPlus est en vous
Motto in EnglishThere is more in you
Named forSt Antony of Egypt
Sister collegeWolfson College, Cambridge
WardenRoger Goodman
Postgraduates443 (2018/2019)[1]
Boat clubSABC
Location in Oxford city centre

The college is located in North Oxford, with Woodstock Road to the west, Bevington Road to the south and Winchester Road to the east. As of 2018, St Antony's had an estimated financial endowment of £43.8m.[3] Formerly a men's college, it has been coeducational since 1962.[4]

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