New for 2020, the awards celebrate high-quality education across the collegiate University –
recognising innovative approaches to teaching, and the steps being taken to further Oxford's exceptional educational experience.
Entries are open to teams involved in teaching and supporting education at Oxford –
including all those who teach, as well as professional services and support staff, graduate students, and early career academics.
Martin Williams, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Education, said: 'I have seen first-hand that colleagues across Oxford are pushing back the boundaries of education.
'These awards recognise the commitment of our staff and students, and shine a light on the significant contributions to educational innovation and enhancement that is taking place across the University.'
The deadline for entries is 2pm on Wednesday 18 March. The winners will be announced at the Vice-Chancellor’s Education Awards on Wednesday 10 June at Pembroke College hosted by the PVC Education, with the Vice-Chancellor in attendance.
To find out more and to enter the Vice-Chancellor’s Education Awards, visit the Education Awards web page.
Guidance is available on the website of the Centre for Teaching and Learning, the new University unit set up to support all those who teach at the University of Oxford.