A quad at Keble College with the chapel on the left
Liddon Quad, with the Chapel on the left and Liddon Lodge Side accommodation to its right.
(Image credit: Greg Smolonski / Oxford University Images).

Keble College

About the college

Keble College was originally established to extend access to Oxford University, and it remains true to that founding vision.

We have students from all backgrounds and every corner of the globe. Keble students join a community where learning is valued and encouraged, but where there’s scope to develop in many other ways too.

We’ll assist you not only in studying your chosen subject —and we offer a wide range— but in progressing beyond your degree in your chosen career destination. When you join a college, it can be the beginning of a lifelong association. 

Students at Keble College

Keble’s striking Victorian architecture houses some of the best student accommodation in Oxford, while our beautiful dining hall (the longest in Oxford) allows the college to maintain the tradition of dining together on both informal and formal occasions.

Our students pride themselves on being welcoming and friendly. You won’t find a Keble ‘type’, but you will find a supportive environment made up of students from a range of different backgrounds.

Read more on the college website.

Keble is...

'…an extremely warm and welcoming community. I never feel out of place as an international student and have found my second home here.'
Maryam

'…one of the most welcoming environments in Oxford and a truly wonderful place to live!'
Ope

'…the place I've felt most 'myself' ever. It's given me countless opportunities to broaden my intellectual horizons as well as get involved in plenty of extra-curricular activities. I can't imagine being happier elsewhere.'
Shona

'…one of the friendliest places you can be in Oxford, while at the same time being so big and lively! Students and staff alike are always happy to help with anything, making it such a supportive academic and social environment.'
Reem

College facilities

Visit our College Facilities page to compare facilities across different colleges.

College accommodation

Accommodation

College availability

All first years on siteYes
Usually offered for three yearsYes
Usually offered for all yearsNo
Usually offered for first year and one other yearNo
Some vacation storage for international studentsYes

Catering

Catering type

College availability

Dining hallYes
BarYes
CaféYes

Facilities

Facility type

College availability

Gym on siteYes
BoathouseYes
Library open 24/7Yes
Computer rooms/stationsYes
Wi-Fi throughout collegeYes
Music roomYes
Theatre/performance spaceYes
ChapelYes
Multi-faith prayer roomNo

Clubs and societies

Club / society

College availability

Music societyYes
Orchestra(s)Yes
Choir(s)Yes
Dramatic societyYes
College student magazine/paperYes
Some subject societiesYes
Other societiesYes

College outreach

Link areas

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In order to ensure that all areas of the UK are fully supported by the University of Oxford, our colleges are working together to establish Oxford for UK, a series of regional outreach programmes offering tailored and local support to students of mixed ages, their parents and teachers.

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.

Keble College is part of Oxford for West Midlands.

Link Local Authorities

Birmingham
Coventry
Sandwell
Solihull
Warwickshire

Outreach programmes

""Keble works closely with state schools across its West Midlands link areas, offering a busy programme of visits throughout the University year.

Keble also offers taster days for Year 12 prospective students (subjects rotate from year to year), which typically take place in February, and a popular programme of webinars running from late spring onwards, providing useful advice on navigating the Oxford admissions process.

Stay in touch with Keble and learn more by following the college on social media: Keble’s TikTok and Instagram have lots of interesting and useful content for prospective students.

Contact

Access and Outreach at Keble
Access and Outreach Officer: India Collins-Davies

 +44 (0)1865 272731
 outreach@keble.ox.ac.uk

Admissions  +44 (0) 1865 272708
 admissions@keble.ox.ac.uk
 www.keble.ox.ac.uk

Postal address:
Keble College
Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PG

Outreach events

 Visit the University's Outreach event calendar to view upcoming outreach events. Please note that some events may require advance booking or have specific eligibility criteria.