The College's Front Quad looking towards the Old Dining Hall
Inside the Porters' Lodge
School students taking a look around the College
An Economics class
Dr Allison Daley giving a talk in the Old Library
Looking down from the library tower over the College site and Queen's Lane
Students in the Quad
Studying in the College gardens
The College Library, housed in the converted medieval church of St Peter-in-the-East (photo by Zoe Dunn)
A student room in the Besse Building (photo by Zoe Dunn)
Professor Oliver Riordan discusses the Eternity Puzzle at the College's Research Expo

Upcoming Events

29
Jun
9:00 am
30
Jun
9:00 am
06
Jul
Pontigny Abbey
(All day)
13
Jul
SCR Lunch Room
1:45 pm

Welcome to St Edmund Hall...

...where your academic development will be fostered by our highest expectations for your studies, our support for your welfare, and our encouragement of your creativity.

Modern and progressive in its outlook, St Edmund Hall furthers scholarship in a range of Arts and Sciences subjects. We offer an opportunity to live in the heart of Oxford, to be taught by tutors of recognised distinction in their fields and to enjoy being part of an energetic and varied community.

St Edmund Hall is a college of Oxford University, although it retains its distinctive ancient title of 'Hall', dating back to the thirteenth century before most other colleges had been founded.

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Latest News

Principal Keith Gull was thrilled to welcome Aularians to the inaugural lunch in Bath last weekend, for what we hope is the start of an annual tradition
Visitors are warmly invited to call in to St Edmund Hall for a tour and to meet students and tutors
The College also supports graduate trainee teachers in a similar way, through the Teach First programme

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