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St. Hilda’s College

  • Location

    Oxford

    UK

  • Bedrooms

    Twin

    Single

  • Bathrooms

    Shared

  • Age range

    13-16

  • Available Airports

    London Heathrow

    London Gatwick

About

A charming University of Oxford College situated on the banks of the River Cherwell, just a short walk from the city centre. St. Hilda’s College’s gardens and greenery provides a picturesque backdrop for studying an Intensive English language course in a peaceful setting.

Location

The medieval city of Oxford revolves around the prestigious University of Oxford. Nicknamed the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ by the poet Matthew Arnold, Oxford is known for its beautiful buildings just 60 miles north-west of London. Since the arrival of the Saxons, the buildings demonstrate English architectural periods including the mid-18th century Radcliffe Camera.

Accommodation

The accommodation at St. Hilda’s consists of single and twin bedrooms in separate male and female accommodation blocks, and bathrooms are shared between 4-6 students. Laundry is available onsite and free of charge.

History

St. Hilda’s College is one of more than 30 colleges at the University of Oxford. The college was founded in 1893 by Dorothea Beale, a Principal of Cheltenham Ladies College. In 1896, St. Hilda’s was recognized as a hall for women only and remained an all women’s college until 2008.

When St. Hilda’s became an incorporated company with its own council in 1910, the University acknowledged female students and therefore finally permitted them to become undergraduates for Oxford degrees.

In 1959 the women’s society made an application to the University to be admitted as a full College of the University. The application was accepted making St. Hilda’s the only women’s College in Oxford University between 1994 and 2008. The charter and status were then changed in 2006 to accept men into the College.

About

A charming University of Oxford College situated on the banks of the River Cherwell, just a short walk from the city centre. St. Hilda’s College’s gardens and greenery provides a picturesque backdrop for studying an Intensive English language course in a peaceful setting.

Location

The medieval city of Oxford revolves around the prestigious University of Oxford. Nicknamed the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ by the poet Matthew Arnold, Oxford is known for its beautiful buildings just 60 miles north-west of London. Since the arrival of the Saxons, the buildings demonstrate English architectural periods including the mid-18th century Radcliffe Camera.

Accommodation

The accommodation at St. Hilda’s consists of single and twin bedrooms in separate male and female accommodation blocks, and bathrooms are shared between 4-6 students. Laundry is available onsite and free of charge.

History

St. Hilda’s College is one of more than 30 colleges at the University of Oxford. The college was founded in 1893 by Dorothea Beale, a Principal of Cheltenham Ladies College. In 1896, St. Hilda’s was recognized as a hall for women only and remained an all women’s college until 2008.

When St. Hilda’s became an incorporated company with its own council in 1910, the University acknowledged female students and therefore finally permitted them to become undergraduates for Oxford degrees.

In 1959 the women’s society made an application to the University to be admitted as a full College of the University. The application was accepted making St. Hilda’s the only women’s College in Oxford University between 1994 and 2008. The charter and status were then changed in 2006 to accept men into the College.