St Hilda’s College is one of the riverside colleges of Oxford University and was founded in 1893. The College only accepted female undergraduate students until 2008. It is situated next to Magdalen bridge, famous for punting, and is a short walk away from the centre of Oxford.
Students sleep in the collge bedrooms and study in the college classrooms. Bucksmore use the nearby sports hall of Magdalen College School for sports activities. The college has a wonderful, historic dining room which is used for all meals on site.
The unique and unforgettable setting of St Hilda’s College, and Oxford itself, makes Bucksmore Oxford an unmissable experience.
*Please note that for summer 2013 the student common room at St Hilda’s is unavailable. As a replacement, the college will provide a large, heated marquee in the college grounds exclusively for Bucksmore students.
Accommodation: 50 single rooms. 10 twin rooms. Separate male and female accommodation. Meals: All meals are included. Packed lunches on excursion days Facilities: Well equipped sports hall. Tennis courts. Playing fields. Porters' Lodge manned 24 hours a day. Internet: Student computer room. Arrivals & Departures: Personal meet and greet service from Heathrow and Gatwick airport. Arrivals and Departures are on Tuesdays Laundry: Coin operated washing and drying machines on college premises Possible excursions: London. Stratford Upon Avon. Warwick Castle. Bath. Stonehenge. Cambridge. Blenheim Palace. Windsor Castle. Thorpe Park Official website: http://www.sthildas.ox.ac.uk/ (opens in new tab/window)
Programmes at St Hilda’s College, Oxford University
Bucksmore Oxford is a classic summer school designed for older teenagers who want more freedom and also want to study in the inspiring surroundings of an Oxford University college. The programme combines a comprehensive English Language…