Queen’s is centrally situated on the High Street, and is renowned for its eighteenth-century architecture. The College has possibly the finest college library in Oxford, a magnificent Hall and impressive chapel.
There are normally over 150 graduates in residence, constituting about one third of the college’s student numbers. Our graduate intake is international and covers a wide range of subjects. The Tutor for Graduates looks after the academic welfare of graduates and, in most cases,students have an additional college advisor with expertise in a field related to their research. To promote interaction between graduate students and Fellows, MCR/SCR seminars take place twice a term. In recognition of the substantial support provided to our students by University supervisors, the college hosts an annual supervisors dinner.
Queen’s Academic Community
For a full list of College Fellows and Lecturers see the Fellows & Academics section of the web site.
Accommodation and Meals
With the exception of PGCE students, single graduates are normally offered accommodation in one of the college’s annexes for two years of their study. Self-catering accommodation is provided in ensuite study bedrooms in our building in St. Aldate’s, which is close to the centre of town. Additional accommodation is offered in our Oxley Wright Building in Banbury Road, which is close to the science area. There is no married accommodation available.
Meals are served in Hall, both for those living in and for those living out of college who wish to take them. Breakfast and lunch are provided on a self-service basis, while dinner is served at two separate sittings.
The MCR organizes a wide variety of events throughout the year.