Worcester College, Oxford Oxford

An inspiring blend of the ancient and modern, Worcester is considered one of Oxford’s most beautiful colleges. While its current incarnation was founded in 1714, there has been an institution of learning on the site since the late 13th century and Worcester counts actress Emma Watson, media mogul Rupert Murdoch and US Supreme Court justice Elena Kagan amongst it’s notable alumni.

Sleeping

The shared common room offers a welcome respite for tired feet and the perfect setting for relaxing and socialising between activities. Accommodation at Worcester consists of single en-suite rooms in a modern block overlooking the lakeside, available for students aged 18-24. With 26 acres of award-winning gardens & wooded grounds bordering the local lake, there’s no shortage of natural beauty to explore – or take to the on-site sports fields, tennis courts or multi-gym. The shared common room offers a welcome respite for tired feet and the perfect setting for relaxing and socialising between activities/study.

Eating

Being situated just north of George Street, you’ll be next to Oxford’s diverse restaurant district and the bustling Gloucester Green market awaits for all your snacking needs. The stunning Worcester dining hall is host to formal dinners for our students, held each Friday evening.

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