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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Baroness Warnock, 1924-2019

The College is saddened to learn of the death of Mary Warnock, the Baroness Warnock CH DBE, who died on 20th March 2019, aged 94. Baroness Warnock was an Honorary Fellow of St Hugh’s, who served as a Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy from 1949-1966, and as Senior Research Fellow from 1976-84. She …

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Dr Tom Crawford to present his research at event in Parliament

Congratulations to Dr Tom Crawford, lecturer in Maths, who has been shortlisted from hundreds of applicants to present his research to politicians and experts at a STEM for Britain event on Wednesday 13th March. He will be displaying a poster which summarises his work on the spread of pollution …

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Recreation of ‘lost’ suffrage banner unveiled

St Hugh’s is delighted to be displaying, in a prominent position at the entrance to Main Building, a recreation of a banner carried by the Oxford Women Students’ Society for Women’s Suffrage (OWSSWS). The OWSSWS banner was designed by Edward New, and was carried for the first …

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