Pembroke College

Pembroke College

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Pembroke College is a down-to earth, supportive and ambitious community in the centre of Oxford, with plenty of social activities, guest lectures, arts events, sports teams and more to get involved with. We offer a wide range of subjects and specialise in offering Joint Honours courses. 

To hear more about the College please visit our Open Day site.

About Pembroke | Meet our Community | Courses at Pembroke

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About Pembroke

“The original reasons why I chose Pembroke have regularly stood out to me throughout my time here, such as the architecture, the engineering tutors, the halal food and the accommodation. Moreover, I hail from a small, homely town in Surrey so truthfully the life and community at Pembroke didn’t feel a world away from home. This certainly made the daunting transition to University much easier and I felt settled at Pembroke almost immediately.” – Faaria, Engineering

Pembroke prides itself on its community feel and friendly atmosphere. The College has around 393 undergraduates, and is situated on the doorstep of central Oxford with great access to libraries, departments, city centre shops and entertainment.

10 Reasons to Choose Pembroke


Meet our Community

Our students take part in a wide range of extra curricular activities, such as sports, music, drama, and debating. The Junior Common Room even has its own art gallery! We have a wide range of student-run societies, with more established each year according to the interests of each undergraduate cohort. Accommodation is provided for all years of study, as well as catering in the College’s Hall. To find out more about life at Pembroke and to meet members of our community, chat to our Student Helpers in the Slido chat.

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Courses at Pembroke

Pembroke offers a wide range of courses and specialises in Joint Honours degrees. To find out more about the subjects we offer and what our students enjoy about their courses, click here to hear their stories, or ask them in the Slido chat.

Humanities and Social Sciences