Christ Church is one of the larger colleges, offering places for most undergraduate courses. It has a vibrant and diverse community and is committed to attracting talented students whatever their background. Christ Church is fortunate to be able to complement the generous financial support provided by the University. Christ Church students live in college rooms throughout their course and benefit from subsidised dining in the famous 16th-century hall.
The college has a magnificent 18th-century library, a specialised law library and two well-equipped computer rooms. The library is open 8am to 1am. There is a college bar in addition to the Junior Common Room which has its own café. A dedicated music room, as well as the activities associated with the renowned Cathedral Choir, encourage an active music scene. Regular drawing classes are held in the art room, and the Picture Gallery has a world-famous collection. There are also specialist sports facilities and grounds, and flourishing sports clubs.
Read more on the college website.
Christ Church is...
…a big college, so you keep meeting new people well into 2nd and maybe even 3rd year.
…having supportive tutors who challenged me when I understood the material, but also helped me when things didn’t make sense.
…a sense of community. There’s enough of us for there to be variety and a lot of people to meet, but at the same time I really feel at home here.
…meeting such a diverse range of people that any worries about stereotypes are soon dispelled.
To compare facilities across different colleges, please visit our College Facilities Table.
|All first years on site|
|Usually offered for all years|
|Usually offered for three years||N/A|
|Usually offered for first year and one other year||N/A|
|Some vacation storage for international students|
|Gym on site|
|Library open 24/7|
|Wi-Fi throughout college|
|Multi-faith prayer room|
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|College student magazine/paper|
|Some subject societies|
- Biochemistry (Molecular and Cellular)
- Classical Archaeology and Ancient History
- Classics and Modern Languages
- Classics and Oriental Studies
- Computer Science
- Computer Science and Philosophy
- Economics and Management
- Engineering Science
- English Language and Literature
- English and Modern Languages
- European and Middle Eastern Languages
- Fine Art
- History (Ancient and Modern)
- History and Modern Languages
- History and Politics
- History of Art
- Law (Jurisprudence)
- Law with Law Studies in Europe
- Mathematics and Computer Science
- Mathematics and Philosophy
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Modern Languages
- Modern Languages and Linguistics
- Oriental Studies
- Philosophy and Modern Languages
- Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)
- Philosophy and Theology
- Psychology (Experimental)
- Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics
- Religion and Oriental Studies
- Theology and Religion
In order to ensure that all areas of the UK are fully supported by the University of Oxford, Christ Church, St Anne's and Trinity Colleges have established Oxford for North East, the first of a series of regional outreach programmes offering tailored and local support to students of mixed ages, their parents and teachers. In addition, the colleges will continue to maintain their existing link regions. Please see Oxford for North East for more information.
Getting in touch with the college linked to your region has no influence on your chances of being accepted to this or any other particular college. You are also very welcome to get in touch with any other college for advice about applying or studying here.
Link Local Authorities
Newcastle upon Tyne
Redcar and Cleveland
Stockton on Tees
Access and Outreach at Christ Church
Admissions & Access Manager: Ana Hastoy (main contact for Barnet)
Access & Schools Liaison Officer: Matthew Adrian (main contact for the North East)
For schools in the North East: email@example.com
St. Aldates, Oxford OX1 1DP