Magdalen College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford founded in 1458 by William of Waynflete, Bishop of Winchester.
New College Oxford is a constituent college of the University of Oxford, founded in 1379 by William of Wykeham, the Bishop of Winchester.
Founded in 1263, Balliol College is one of Oxford’s oldest colleges. It is one of Oxford’s largest colleges, and the oldest academic institution in the English-speaking world still on its original location.
Jesus College’s new building on the corner of Cornmarket and Market Street with postgraduate accommodation, teaching and research facilities, as well as conferencing, events and retail spaces.
Kendrew Barn at St John’s College, University of Oxford, is a purpose-built gallery which hosts a range of temporary exhibitions.
Run by students for students, The Michael Pilch Studio is the largest and most flexible black box studio venue in Oxford.
The OC Tanner Building at Linacre College, Oxford comprises bedrooms, common room, dining hall, staff offices and three public rooms.
Opened in 2002 and located on the grounds of Keble College, the O’Reilly Theatre is one of Oxford’s newest student theatres with a seating capacity of roughly 200.
The Foundation increased the places on its scholarship programme established in 2012 and made a further donation of £8m for buildings at Reuben College, including a new Reuben Graduate Centre.
The new building – on the site of the old Northgate House in the city centre – is due to be completed by the end of the year, and the four upper storeys are on view from Cornmarket.
Founded in 1264, Merton College is the first fully self-governing college of the University of Oxford, and a diverse intellectual community of college fellows, students, staff and alumni.
One of the oldest and most prestigious colleges of Oxford University where over 600 undergraduate and graduate students explore a wide range of subjects.