I was able to find my friends, find my community and basically find a place where I belong, even though I don’t live anywhere close to here.

Adi, PPE

The active music scene. We have the oldest music society in Oxford, which runs an orchestra, acapella group, jazz band and puts on termly concerts, open mic nights, musical theatre nights and the annual Queen’s musical. 

Hattie, Music

The Lodge. I mean the porters are just good craic, they’re always jovial.

Conor, PPE

The opportunities you get.

David, Materials Science

It’s the ideal size for an Oxford college. It isn’t a huge college where it’s difficult to know everyone in your year group, but it’s big enough that there are always lots of new and interesting people to talk to.

Eva, English and French

The people and the sense of community that there is across the undergraduates, postgraduates, and teaching staff.

Ramani, French

The nurturing, stimulating, and diverse community.

Kay, Public Policy

The people. The college has a very friendly and inclusive environment, with a wide-ranging welfare system.

Heather, History