Wycliffe Hall

15 minutes from the city centre lies Wycliffe Hall, next to the expansive and peaceful University Parks.

Why choose a summer course at Wycliffe Hall?

  • Single & twin bedrooms
  • Shared communal spaces
  • Dining hall
  • Chapel
  • Common room
  • Library
  • Seminar room

Wycliffe Hall is built on the site of an 8th century church and monastery and is named after the controversial John Wycliffe, who promoted the translation of the Bible from Latin into English. Nowadays, the College is renowned for those studying Theology and welcomes nearly 200 students each year. The beautiful communal gardens at the centre of the College is the perfect place to unwind outside classes and spend some time relaxing with new friends.

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