The objects of the foundation upon which the College is based are to maintain a College for the advancement of education and research and the advancement of religion. The objects of the College are:
- The advancement of education and research for the benefit of the public, in a range of subject areas as determined from time to time by its Governing Body (as defined in Statute III), including through: (a) the provision of teaching, supervision, accommodation and other forms of support for undergraduate and graduate students; and (b) the provision of a Library which shall include works for consultation by qualified scholars.
- The advancement of religion for the benefit of the public, including through the provision of a Chapel affiliated with the Church of England and through the holding of services and associated events.
How we are doing
The College’s annual accounts show how the College is performing financially.
The central University also publishes an Annual Review.
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