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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Congratulations to the Julia Wood and Mary Renault essay competition winners!

The winners of the Mary Renault and Julia Wood essay prizes were invited to College for a lunch on Saturday 22 September with our classics and history Fellows. In the Mary Renault essay competition, the first prize went to Leah Mitchell of the Judd School for her essay ‘How has the reception of …

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Celebrating the life of legal pioneer Gwyneth Bebb

On Saturday 15 September we were delighted to support the St Hugh’s Alumni Association as they hosted ‘A Woman is Not a Person’, a symposium to celebrate the life of St Hugh’s alumna and law pioneer Gwyneth Bebb (Law, 1908), one of the first women lawyers, and the impact of the Sex …

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Alumna Mary Jose returns to College with exhibition of ‘The Desert Series’

We are very pleased to be hosting an exhibition of alumna Mary Jose’s (Geography, 1957) paintings in College for the duration of Michaelmas Term. They have been selected from her ‘Desert Series’, which consists of 50 oils painted between 2011 and 2014. Each painting is inspired by a poem that …

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