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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Town and Gown 2019

Well done to our race team! As always the Town and Gown 10km race was great fun, bringing together a team of students, staff, alumni, and academics. We fielded a team of over 80 runners (not all in our team photo), with 5,222 runners competing in total on the day. The race raised £156,105 for …

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Congratulations to Margit Dirscherl on the publication of ‘Schachnovelle: Stefan Zweigs letztes Werk neu gelesen’

‘Schachnovelle. Stefan Zweigs letztes Werk neu gelesen’ is co-edited by Dr Margit Dirscherl, Lecturer in German, along with Dr Laura Schütz. It includes ten chapters that shed new light on ‘Chess’, a canonical and widely-read novella written by the Austrian emigré Stefan Zweig in 1942. The book …

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Congratulations to Professor Ève Morisi on the publication of ‘Death Sentences: Literature and State Killing’

Death Sentences: Literature and State Killing, co-edited by Professor Ève Morisi, Tutorial Fellow in French, along with Dr Birte Christ, has been published by Legenda and the Modern Humanities Research Association. The book considers the representation of the death penalty in works of fiction …

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