We can cater for most physical disabilities. Potential applicants should contact the Tutor for Graduates to discuss their needs prior to submitting an application.
Graduate accommodation contracts
40 week = £5,209.56 (£130.24 /week or £18.61 /day)
43 week = £5,600.34 (£130.24 /week or £18.61 /day)
51 week = £6,642.27 (£130.24 /week or £18.61 /day)
40 week contracts will run from 10 September 2017 to 16 June 2018
43 week contracts will run from 10 September 2017 to 7 July 2018
51 week contracts will run from 10 September 2017 to 1 September 2018
Queen’s has one of the best-stocked college libraries in Oxford. The current lending library consists of around 50,000 volumes. The College also has one of the largest (around 100,000 volumes) and most diverse collections of rare books in Oxford.
- Ethernet and telephone connections in all student bedrooms
- Access to computing, telephone and fax facilities in College
Art, Music, Drama & Sport
Graduates have access to all college sports facilities including football, rugby and cricket pitches, tennis courts, a gym and a boathouse. The Choir of The Queen’s College has established a reputation as Oxford’s finest mixed-voice chapel choir. The twenty-eight strong ensemble is made up of choral-award holders and volunteers from Queen’s and other colleges. The Eglesfield Musical Society, named after our Founder (and the oldest musical society in Oxford), organises a substantial series of concerts each year, ranging from chamber music to orchestral works. These concerts provide abundant performing and conducting opportunities for the College’s many musicians, as well as featuring visiting artists. Facilities for individual and group rehearsal are available in the two Music Practice Rooms, one equipped with grand piano and the other with upright piano and harpsichord. In addition to the organ, the chapel contains a concert grand piano and a fine harpsichord, and is acoustically one of the best chapels in Oxford for musical performances.