Emma Walshe

Programme Assistant for Oxbridge Academic Programs

  • LocationFlecknoe, Rugby, United Kingdom



  • Events
  • Marketing PR
  • Exhibition
  • Administration
  • Customer Support
  • Data Entry
  • Email Handling
  • Event Planner
  • Office Management
  • PA
  • Research
  • Strategic Planning
  • Creative Thinking
  • Leadership
  • Office and Mac

Work history


Programme Assistant

Oxbridge Academic Programs

Jun 2013
  • Member of administrative team, running and supervising a 450-pupil international summer academic programme in Oxford; supported and orchestrated the development and implementation of a full 4-week events programme for 15-18 year olds. Promoted to Dean in 2014. Brought in to help construct the new 1 week pilot programme in 2015. Successfully restructured and maintained the official international blog for the company during its duration.


Library & Archives Assistant

Trinity College, University of Oxford

Sep 2014 - Jun 2015
  • Assisted the College Librarian with Old Library caption research, part-time shelving, open events and other tasks. Presented on particular newly discovered items from the collection. Assisted the College Archivist with digitising WWI material for electronic platforms and cataloguing letters and other paper paraphernalia.


Set Designer, Stage and Props

Trinity Players Production Company

Mar 2013 - May 2013
  • Set design for the sell-out five-star run of Trinity Players' production of 'Alice in Wonderland'.



English, 1700-1830

University of Oxford

Sep 2014 - Jun 2015
  • Master of Studies with Distinction


English Language and Literature

University of Oxford

Sep 2011 - Jun 2014
  • BA (Hons) with First Class Honours



Forthcoming publication (2016)

  • Paper appearing in volume entitled 'The Materiality of Writing in the Long Eighteenth Century', published by Liverpool University Press.


The Oxford-Trinity Scholarship

  • Fully funded postgraduate scholarship


Percival Exhibition and Scholarship

  • Academic prizes given by Trinity College for excellent results and hard work, recognised during University studies