St Hugh's College, University of Oxford

Founded in 1886, St Hugh’s is one of the largest colleges at the University of Oxford with around 800 students. We offer all the extraordinary benefits of studying at an Oxford college. Students receive tutorial teaching from first-class academics, enabling them to become intellectually confident and independent.

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“‘Dare unchaperoned to gaze’ A Woman’s View of Edwardian Oxford,” reviewed

A diary written by two students at St Hugh’s Hall, Oxford – Dorothy Hammonds and Margaret Mowll  – edited by Professor George Garnett and published in 2015, has been reviewed by Barbara Davies (History and English, 1990) in the Daily Mail.  She described the diary, from 1905, as …

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Gaudy 2017

As always, we were delighted to see so many alumni at our celebrations to coincide with the University-wide Alumni Weekend, 15-17 September. On Friday evening, alumni saw some of the highlights of the Griffith Institute’s Egyptian antiquities archive, including Howard Carter’s journals, and had …

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Artist Yoshihiro Takada presents St Hugh’s with new painting

A new painting by Yoshihiro Takada is being exhibited in the College, following the artist’s generous gift of the work to St Hugh’s. The painting is in the style of a classical Japanese flower drawing, and is entitled ‘Morning Glory’. It was presented to Professor Roy Westbrook and Professor …

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