University Challenge results, 2014-15


The 44th series, began on 14 July 2014 and ended on 13 April 2015, once again running on Mondays on BBC Two at 20:00.

The series was preceded on 7-8 July with a two-part documentary, following teams of students applying to appear on the series.

First round
14/07/2014Manchester160190Selwyn, Cambridge
21/07/2014Oxford Brookes130120Jesus, Oxford
28/07/2014Bristol19075Courtauld Institute of Art
11/08/2014St Anne's, Oxford105305Gonville and Caius, Cambridge
18/08/2014St Peter's, Oxford205150Sussex
25/08/2014London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine150140LSE
01/09/2014Liverpool155130Sheffield
08/09/2014Bath120190Glasgow
15/09/2014Leicester245190Open
22/09/2014Trinity, Cambridge150100St Andrews
29/09/2014University, London230140Exeter
06/10/2014Brasenose, Oxford35250Durham
13/10/2014Corpus Christi, Cambridge135170York
20/10/2014Magdalen, Oxford220110Pembroke, Cambridge
Highest-scoring losers
27/10/2014Open180140LSE
03/11/2014Manchester21095Sussex
Second round
10/11/2014Leicester140220Trinity, Cambridge
17/11/2014Durham210160York
24/11/2014Magdalen, Oxford225130Open
01/12/2014Gonville and Caius, Cambridge200135Manchester
08/12/2014London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine135160Bristol
15/12/2014Glasgow105170Liverpool
05/01/2015Selwyn, Cambridge100235St Peter's, Oxford
12/01/2015Oxford Brookes18090University, London
Quarter-finals
19/01/2015Bristol115175Liverpool
26/01/2015St Peter's, Oxford24080Oxford Brookes
02/02/2015Durham95275Gonville and Caius, Cambridge
09/02/2015Magdalen, Oxford31555Trinity, Cambridge
16/02/2015Liverpool100245St Peter's, Oxford
23/02/2015Oxford Brookes85150Bristol
02/03/2015Gonville and Caius, Cambridge215155Magdalen, Oxford
09/03/2015Durham145105Trinity, Cambridge
16/03/2015Bristol115250Magdalen, Oxford
23/03/2015Liverpool100175Durham
Semi-finals
30/03/2015St Peter's, Oxford120235Magdalen, Oxford
06/04/2015Gonville and Caius, Cambridge17075Durham
Final
13/04/2015Magdalen, Oxford105255Gonville and Caius, Cambridge

Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge make it back-to-back Cambridge victories for the first time since 1974. Ted Loveday (Law), Michael Taylor (History), Anthony Martinelli (Clinical Medicine), and Jeremy Warner (Natural Sciences) were awarded the trophy by Will Self.

As ever, winners are in bold, highest-scoring losers in italics. Italicised scores indicate the result was decided by a tie-break.