Why St Hugh's College?

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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.

St Hugh’s is situated in North Oxford, found between the Banbury and Woodstock Roads, a site which offers convenient access to the MPLS departments on Parks Road and the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, and is a 15-minute walk from the central University libraries. The 14-acre campus offers a retreat from the crowds of the city centre, but is closely located to the various amenities in the surrounding areas of Summertown and Jericho.

Further information on courses, and graduate life can be found on the College webpages. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Graduate Admissions Officer (details below).

Tutor for Graduates
Professor Roy Westbrook
E: roy.westbrook@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk

Administrative Officer for Graduate Admissions
Beth Sparks
T: 01865 274929
E: graduate.admissions@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk

 

Professor Roy Westbrook

Professor Roy Westbrook

Senior Tutor

Beth Sparks

Administrative Officer

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