10 Reasons to Choose St Hugh's

_G3A2403 1. 24-hour access to a library containing over 70,000 volumes spread across 7 reading rooms.

dicksonpoonuniversityofoxfordchinacentrebuilding-galliford 2. An onsite Bodleian reading room in the Dickson Poon Building, offering access to over 12 million printed items. Find out more .

centres-buildings-c_web 3. A single site spread across 14 acres of beautiful grounds , located in North Oxford.

croquet-group 4. An informal and relaxed atmosphere (you can walk on the grass!)

319129-3 5. A large student body of around 400 Undergraduate (120 intake / year) and 400 Graduate students (200 intake / year).

_g3a3708 6. We accept applications for most subjects, encouraging a truly interdisciplinary academic environment.

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_g3a2827 7. We offer all our Undergraduates accommodation for the duration of their course.

capture 8. Excellent location for access to the Science and Mathematics Departments.

_G3A2607 9. Excellent meals at subsidised costs in Hall (including weekend brunch), as well as access to cafe on site.

dpb1 10. The recently-built Dickson Poon Building houses 63 Graduates in modern and comfortable accommodation.







Undergraduate Study

Much of an Undergraduate's time is spent in College, meaning St Hugh's is much more than just a hall of residence. Unlike most universities, learning at Oxford is based upon the tutorial system; tutorials take place, usually weekly, in College, or with an external specialist. With around 400 undergraduate students, St Hugh's has an active Junior Common Room, arranging a diverse array of sports and entertainments.

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Graduate Study

Although much of your time as a graduate student will be spent in your department, the library or laboratory, your college will nonetheless play an important role in your wider graduate life at Oxford. At St Hugh's we know the important role graduates play in maintaining the University's reputation as a centre for research excellence, and our MCR constitutes almost half the population of the College's student body, graduates play a central and active part in the College's social and academic activities.

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