All Souls College
Describes the college, principally an institution for academic research, with an emphasis on the humanities, and includes details of lectures and seminars and the library.
Introduces the college and provides information on applying, college life, facilities, library, history and archives, and special lectures.
Provides information about the college and details for current and prospective students, and alumni.
One of the largest colleges and the Cathedral Church for the Diocese of Oxford. College overview and admissions, Cathedral and choir, library and archives and picture gallery.
Corpus Christi College
Smaller college with 16th and 18th century buildings including a 16th century library. Gives information for prospective students and alumni, and details of activities and conferences.
College in central Oxford with strong American links. Includes sections on college life, college grounds, admissions, conferences and alumni.
Green Templeton College
Graduate only college, the result of a merger between Green College and Templeton College, and with a focus on subjects concerned with human welfare. Includes college life, academic information and admissions.
Harris Manchester College
College taking only mature students to read for undergraduate and graduate degrees. Includes prospectus, academic life, admissions and general information on the college.
Community of undergraduates, postgraduates, Fellows and staff located in central Oxford. Overview of the college, student life and facilities.
Presents the latest news, a virtual tour, a week in the life of a student, videos, the college's connections with Wales, facilities and societies.
One of the largest colleges, and with a commitment to inclusiveness. Displays pages on admissions, events, facilities, news and conferences.
Lady Margaret Hall
Provides an overview of the college emphasising intensive academic study and participation in a unique community. Includes sections on admissions, the academic community, students, conferences and alumni.
Provides a stimulating intellectual and social environment for post-graduate and research students from Britain and around the world. News, events, facilities and information for prospective students.
Provides a map and a tour of the college, details of open days and events, a graduate prospectus and online guide for undergraduates. Includes a glossary of terms used at the University of Oxford.
Provides information on the college and its 550 years of history, admissions, the Chapel and choir, and the libraries and archive.
Magdalen Film Society
Have their own cinema space in Magdalen College, with an enormous screen, 200 seats, and even fancy automated curtains.
College with roots in the Nonconformist tradition and offering a progressive, informal environment. Background, details for prospective and current students, alumni, news and events.
Provides information on the college, people, chapel and history plus guidance for prospective students, fellows and research, library and archives.
An insight into life at New College, with information, news and resources for prospective students, alumni, and function organisers. Includes sections on facilities, courses and the Chapel and choir.
A graduate college specialising in the Social Sciences, particularly Economics, Politics, and Sociology. Research resources and pages, working papers, Nuffield studentships and general information.
Founded in 1326 by King Edward II and with about 300 undergraduates studying arts and sciences and 100 graduates working towards Masters' degrees or Doctorates. Admissions, subjects and information on the college.
Smaller central Oxford college combining informality with tradition. Provides details of the college, chapel and archives plus a section for students and alumni, fellows and staff, and conferences.
The Queen's College
Displays the history of the college and information on the chapel and choir plus the library, music and sport.
Originally founded in 1879 for women who were excluded from studying at Oxford and now catering for men and women. Includes an overview of the college, admissions, student life and facilities.
St Anne's College
North Oxford college, originally for women but now coeducational. Offers an overview, why choose St Anne's, studying, and alumnae and friends.
St Antony's College
Cosmopolitan graduate college specialising in international relations, economics, politics and history of particular parts of the world. Includes news and events, centres, facilities and people.
St Catherine's College
College based in a steel and glass building designed by Arne Jacobsen, founded in 1962 and often called St Catz. Provides details of the college, student life and admissions.
St Cross College
Graduate college offering an inter-disciplinary environment spanning and integrating the arts and sciences. Community, facilities and news.
St Edmund Hall
Describes the character of the college and provides sections on the college, student life, the library, news and events.
St Hilda’s College
Set in four acres of gardens on the banks of the Cherwell at Magdalen Bridge. Includes information for current and prospective students, and on the history, policies and archives.
St Hugh’s College Summer School
A three week academic programme for school students, teachers and interested adults exploring the the view that “Oxford is not a place – it is an idea”. Brochures, gallery, video and testimonials.
St Hugh's College
North Oxford college promoting a culture of research and intellectual engagement, and artistic, musical and sporting activities. Describes courses for graduates and undergraduates, facilities and student welfare.
St John's College
Provides an overview the college with details of how to apply, news of old members, and information about conference facilities and college life in general.
St Peter's College
Describes the college and its history and character with information on courses for graduates and undergraduates, facilities and alumni.
One of the smaller colleges. Contains information prospective, current and past students and for those wishing to organise a conference or function.
Introduces the college and its advantages, and supplies pages on undergraduate and postgraduate study, college life and facilities, visiting and conferences.
Provides an overview of the college including history, buildings and facilities, and information for students and alumni.
Graduate college with a diverse student body. Describes the community, lifestyle and accommodation, and facilities for conferences and functions.
Official site giving information on undergraduate and graduate admissions, and for students from North America on the Junior Year Abroad programme.