Wycliffe Hall on a sunny day
Wycliffe Hall.
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Wycliffe Hall

About the college

Wycliffe is a warm and welcoming evangelical theological 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.

We aim to equip our students through excellent academic teaching, practical ministry experience and living as part of a vibrant and supportive Christian community.

Students at Wycliffe Hall

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.

Our student body is delightfully diverse, comprising women and men of many different nationalities and traditions. Such an environment makes for a rich and creative milieu of ideas, and lifelong friendships.

Read more on the college website.

Wycliffe Hall is...

'…a supportive and stimulating college as well as great fun, which well prepared me for my future.'

'…doing it all together in a community: a great place to be and one which is really authentic.'

'…playing an important role in my understanding of what it means to ‘do theology’ in a community.'

Wycliffe Hall

College facilities

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College accommodation


College availability

All first years on siteNo
Usually offered for all yearsYes
Usually offered for three yearsNot applicable
Usually offered for first year and one other yearNot applicable
Some vacation storage for international studentsYes


Catering type

College availability

Dining hallYes


Facility type

College availability

Gym on siteNo
Library open 24/7Yes
Computer rooms/stationsYes
Wi-Fi throughout collegeYes
Music roomNo
Theatre/performance spaceNo
Multi-faith prayer roomNo

Clubs and societies

Club / society

College availability

Music societyNo
Dramatic societyNo
College student magazine/paperNo
Some subject societiesNo
Other societiesNo

Courses available

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.