St Edmund Hall, Oxford
Experience what it is like to study in Oxford! During your time with Oxford Summer Courses, you will stay in one of eight world-renowned Oxford University Colleges. The colleges are located throughout the city of Oxford, all within walking distance of the city centre, which has historical buildings, tourist attractions, and shops.
St Edmund Hall was founded in 1236 as a college for “poor clerks” and was named after St Edmund of Abingdon, who served as the Archbishop of Canterbury in the 13th century. Throughout its history, St Edmund Hall has produced many notable alumni, including the journalist Samira Ahmed, the comedian Stewart Lee, and the politician Keir Starmer.
St Edmund Hall accommodation for students includes single and twin rooms with shared bathroom facilities, depending on availability. Each morning, students are provided breakfast in the St Edmund Hall dining hall where notable individuals dined there while they were students.
Our exceptional subject tutors, who form the foundation of our summer courses, have years of experience teaching students at prestigious universities like Cambridge and Oxford using world-class teaching methodologies. Choose from more than 30 subjects in Oxford, popular courses include Creative Writing, Biology, and Art History.