Student Speakers’ Competition Details


Hello everyone! The TEDxOxford team is running at full steam to make the conference happen, and this is your chance to jump in and be part of the action! The STUDENT SPEAKERS’ COMPETITION is open for interested students who want to speak at the TEDxOxford conference on 5th February 2017! …

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TEDxOxford 2014 Information

Here’s where you can find all the relevant information you need for TEDxOxford 2014. Over the next week, we’ll be announcing more and more speakers as well as other key details so make sure you keep checking back. Schedule: 10.30am – House Opens 11.00am – 1st Session 12.30pm – Break …

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TEDxOxford 2014

TEDxOxford will take place at the New Theatre on Sunday 26 January 2014. For everyone who was lucky enough to get a ticket before we sold out, we’ll be releasing more details on here and through our mailing list over the coming weeks. Confirmed speakers include Laura Bates, Paul Collier, Susan Greenfield and John Tate …

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What is TEDxOxford?

In the TED spirit of ‘ideas worth spreading’ TEDxOxford is all about the power of imagination and innovation. Chris Toumazis (Keble College, Oxford University) was inspired to launch the conference and was joined by a bunch of other equally quirky and inspired Oxford University students from across the colleges who …

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Featured In New Scientist

“With talks practically dripping with inspiration, it didn’t disappoint.” Those were the words used to describe TEDxOxford 2011 in a recent article in New Scientist. Feel free to read the rest here and remember to keep your eyes out, tickets for TEDxOxford 2012 go up for sale soon! To stay in …

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Merton College

Merton College’s T.S Eliot theatre was the venue for the 2011 TEDxOxford conference. Whilst the theatre was state of the art and brand new (named after old alumni T.S Eliot) the college itself was founded in 1264 by Walter de Merton, Lord Chancellor and Bishop of Rochester. It has a …

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