Exeter College

Right next to the Bodleian Library, in the striking Radcliffe Square, right in the centre of the city.

Why choose a summer course at Exeter College?

  • 17th century dining hall
  • Library
  • Neo-Gothic chapel
  • Private garden
  • Auditorium
  • Seminar rooms
  • Open learning space
  • Student common room
  • Archive and reading room
  • Cafe

It’s hard to get more central than Exeter College, or more photogenic for that matter. The world-famous Bodleian Library, in all its architectural glory, adjoins Exeter College and gives students something incredible to marvel at as they explore the city. Exeter College is the fourth oldest college in Oxford and dates as far back as 1314, with its newest premises, Cohen Quad, opening in 2017. The College even has its own library, Neo-Gothic chapel and peaceful private garden to enjoy some fresh air between tutorials.

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