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Nuffield College
The Lower Quadrangle of Nuffield College
(Image Credit: Kadambari Prasad / Graduate Photography Competition)

College listing

Graduate study at Oxford is a distinctive experience: all graduate students are members of both a department or faculty in their subject area and one of 43 multidisciplinary colleges or halls.

Oxford’s colleges and halls are small academic communities, where graduate students meet academics and fellow students in a range of subjects from around the world. Eight of Oxford's colleges and halls are dedicated to graduate students only and provide uniquely tailored college support for over one third of our graduate population.

Colleges and halls A-Z listing

GS = College or hall accepting only graduate students.

B

Balliol College

Blackfriars

Brasenose College


C

Campion Hall GS

Christ Church

Corpus Christi College


E

Exeter College


G

Green Templeton College GS


H

Harris Manchester College

Hertford College


J

Jesus College


K

Keble College

Kellogg College GS

L

Lady Margaret Hall

Linacre College GS

Lincoln College


M

Magdalen College

Mansfield College

Merton College


N

New College

Nuffield College GS


O

Oriel College


P

Pembroke College


Q

The Queen's College


R

Regent's Park College

S

Somerville College

St Anne's College

St Antony's College GS

St Benet's Hall

St Catherine's College

St Cross College GS

St Edmund Hall

St Hilda's College

St Hugh's College

St John's College

St Peter's College

St Stephen's House


T

Trinity College


U

University College


W

Wadham College

Wolfson College GS

Worcester College

Wycliffe Hall

In addition to the colleges and halls listed above, there is also All Souls, which is unique among Oxford colleges in that it does not accept undergraduate or graduate students.