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College achieves a top ten spot in the Norrington Table

4 September 2019

The College is delighted to announce that its recent academic results, including a record number of firsts, have seen it placed seventh in the 2019 Norrington Table. The Norrington Table was established in the 1960s as a measure of the performance of students at each college in Finals.

Congratulating the students, the Provost, Dr Claire Craig CBE, said ‘While the Norrington result is only one indicator of how the College is doing academically, this is a very strong result.  It reflects the skill and dedication of our Fellows and lecturers, all those who contribute to College life, and, of course, the hard work of our students.’

You can see the full result here: https://www.ox.ac.uk/about/facts-and-figures/undergraduate-degree-classifications?wssl=1.

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