Luminaries, leaders and pioneers in a wide variety of industries are set to convene at Winchester for an afternoon of remarkable lectures.
Our list of speakers includes the speaker, author and current Consultant Physician in Respiratory Medicine Isobel P Williams; the Chief Features Writer for the Financial Times, Mr. Henry Mance; the soldier, author and commentator Major General Patrick Cordingly; and serial inventor and entrepreneur Dr Jonathan Ingram.
Returning from the front line in Ukraine, Mr. David Fox-Pitt will explain what has driven him and his team of volunteers to serve over 500,000 pizzas to those living in the shadow of the Russian invasion.
Studium is one of the highlights of the academic year, an afternoon when Wykehamists are dismissed from their classes and get to listen to leading experts in their fields.
David Fox-Pitt, Founder of Scottish-based fundraising adventure challenge company WildFox Events Ltd - Don't Just Think It...DO It - Bringing Emergency Relief to Ukraine
Harry Mount, Editor of the Oldie magazine and author of multiple books - The Best Latin Lines Ever
Isobel P Williams MD FRCP DCH FRGS, Speaker, author, lecturer and Consultant Physician in Respiratory Medicine - Edward Wilson; Explorer, Naturalist, Artist and Scott's Confidant and Friend
Mark Peel, author of over 15 books, including biographies of Shirley Williams, Colin Cowdrey, Mike Brearley and more - Douglas Jardine: Hero or Villain?
Henry Mance, Chief Features Writer at the Financial Times who has previously interviewed figures such as Sarah Ferguson, Nigel Farage and Tyson Fury - Is It Time to Stop Eating Meat?
Anwar Darkazally, a 20-year veteran of the United Nations’ Department of Political Affairs across the Middle East and Africa - An Intifada, Three Civil Wars and a Revolution - A Career in the Political Front Lines, and Back Again
Dr Lucy Morgan Edwards, author of ‘The Afghan Solution: The inside story of Abdul Haq, the CIA and how western hubris lost Afghanistan’ - Reflections and Lessons from the Post 9/11 War in Afghanistan
Simon Sturgis, Special Advisor to the Environmental Audit Select Committee and advisor to the Cabinet Office - Climate Change vs Nuclear War - Surviving the 21st Century
Ben Merrick, Director of the Joint Funds Unit in the Cabinet Office's National Security Secretariat - Why Does Diversity and Inclusion Matter to UK National Security?
Hephzibah Rudofsky, co-founder of “Surviving the Holocaust” with her late mother, Lady Zahava Kohn MBE - Surviving the Holocaust
Dr Jonathan Ingram, serial inventor and entrepreneur - The Pitfalls and Profits of Tech Entrepreneurship
Major General Patrick Cordingley, former commander of the 7th Armoured Brigade during the 1st Gulf War, author and international affairs commentator – How the two Gulf Wars changed the world we live in today
14th March 2023
Professor Brian Cox delivered the annual Duncan Louis Stewart lecture in March 2023 focusing on cosmology and developments in the study of black holes.
12th March 2023
In early March, pupils from Winchester College attended the 2023 Tonbridge Science Conference where they took in talks from keynote speakers, and delivered their own presentations.
10th March 2023
The College's Outreach programme marked St David’s Day on 1st March with two memorable events at the Cathedral and St Peter’s Roman Catholic Primary School.
7th March 2023
Following a College best performance in the 2022 paper, pupils taking part in this year's exam reach new heights.
7th March 2023
In an evening that saw speeches on Kandinsky, Hockney and Euclid, a winner was crowned in this year's Kenneth Clark Prize Final, with guest adjudication from Dr. John Goodall of Country Life.
6th March 2023
For the Spring Concert, the Chamber Orchestra performed a Beethoven piano concerto, whilst Glee Club chose Schubert's Mass No 3.