Wycliffe Hall is an evangelical theological college. We aim to equip our students through excellent academic teaching, practical ministry experience and living as part of a vibrant and supportive Christian community. Wycliffe students and tutors consistently gain the highest academic awards within the University and our alumni have experienced some fantastic success as theologians, apologists and church leaders.
Wycliffe is a warm and welcoming college which places a strong emphasis on Christian community and commitment. Students are encouraged to play an active part in the life and worship of the hall, as far as their course allows.
The hall is a 5-minute walk from the historic centre of Oxford and is located adjacent to the beautiful University Parks.
Accommodation and meals
Most single students live in study rooms on the main site at Wycliffe Hall. Students with families are accommodated off site with full access to the crèche and other student facilities.
Read more on the college website.
Wycliffe accepts mature students (those aged 21 and over) to study for the BA in Theology and Religion or the BA in Philosophy and Theology, usually with Senior Status (where the student has already completed an undergraduate degree, and may start an Oxford undergraduate degree in its second year).
Wycliffe also offers specialist courses for those wishing to train for Christian ministry: see www.wycliffehall.org.uk/ministerial-training.
Wycliffe Hall has outstanding facilities including one of the best theological libraries in the University. All student rooms have Wi-Fi and access to the University computer network.
All students are full members of a thriving common room. There are regular football and cricket matches and opportunities to participate in a broad range of other sports including rugby and rowing. Students are encouraged to take a full part in the wide range of societies across the University.
The Revd Dr Michael Lloyd (principal)
The Revd Dr Simon Vibert (vice principal)
Mrs Katy Routh
The Revd Dr Jenni Williams
The Revd Canon Sue Hope