Colleges
Oxford in Autumn.
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College listing

Oxford University is made up of more than 30 different colleges. Colleges are academic communities, where students usually have their tutorials. Each one has its own dining hall, bar, common room and library, and lots of college groups and societies.

All undergraduate students at Oxford become members of a particular college, and of the whole University.

Your lectures, assessment, and any practical work will be organised by the academic department(s) who run your course, while your college will organise your tutorials and provide you with accommodation and other facilities.

Colleges accepting undergraduate students

B

Balliol College

Blackfriars

Brasenose College


C

Christ Church

Corpus Christi College


E

Exeter College


H

Harris Manchester College

Hertford College


J

Jesus College


K

Keble College

L

Lady Margaret Hall

Lincoln College


M

Magdalen College

Mansfield College

Merton College


N

New College


O

Oriel College


P

Pembroke College


Q

The Queen's College


R

Regent's Park College

S

St Anne's College

St Benet's Hall

St Catherine's College

St Edmund Hall

St Hilda's College

St Hugh's College

St John's College

St Peter's College

St Stephen's House

Somerville College


T

Trinity College


U

University College


W

Wadham College

Worcester College

Wycliffe Hall