Studying in the Library
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Study at St Edmund Hall

With around 400 undergraduates reading for a wide range of University of Oxford degrees, St Edmund Hall is one of the largest Oxford colleges. Our student body is made up of close-knit subject groups, and you'll become friends with like-minded people who share your passion for your subject. You'll also live alongside and make lifelong friendships with people whose academic interests are radically different from your own.

It's the tutorial teaching which makes studying at Oxford a distinctive experience, and at St Edmund Hall our degree programmes reflect the academic specialisations of our tutors.

The Hall is an inspiring environment in which to reach your academic potential. You'll be studying in buildings ranging in age from the twelfth to the twenty-first century. The College Library is a converted medieval church situated in a beautiful and secluded garden. It's open seven days a week and its holdings cover the full range of undergraduate subjects. We have excellent IT provision, seminar rooms with up-to-date audio-visual technology and a multi-purpose hall which regularly hosts plays, concerts and lectures.

Take a virtual tour of the Library: