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  1. Situated in Radcliffe Square, Brasenose is a friendly college at the heart of the University and city. We are able to accommodate undergraduates in single rooms for all years of study at our main site or nearby Frewin complex. Brasenose provides delicious and affordable food in our 16th-century dining hall.

  2. 5 de set. de 2021 · -- Join us on an immersive 360° tour of Brasenose College (@BrasenoseNews), @oxforduniversity!-- For more info, see here: https://www.bnc.ox.ac.uk -- Huge t...

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  3. College Life Alongside rigorous academic study, an important element of life at Brasenose is enjoying the wealth of facilities on offer and meeting new people - some of whom will probably become lifelong friends.

  4. The history of Brasenose College, Oxford, stretches back to 1509, when Brasenose College was founded on the site of Brasenose Hall. Its name is believed to derive from the name of a bronze knocker that adorned the hall's door. The college was associated with Lancashire and Cheshire, the county origins of its two founders – Sir Richard Sutton ...

  5. Information for Tourists and Tour Groups. For information or to book a visit, the Lodge Manager can be contacted via omer.tariq@bnc.ox.ac.uk. Guided tours by travel companies and public visitors are very welcome and the opening times are:-. Monday to Friday: 1000-1130 and 1400-1630. Saturday and Sunday 1300-1630.

  6. Introduction. Brasenose has two excellent libraries which members can access 24 hours a day. There are collections in all subject areas covered by the College. The Library holds more than 60,000 books and periodicals. It is also just a short distance from the University's Bodleian Library and many of the faculty and departmental libraries.

  7. When, in 1333, a group of rebellious students attempted to migrate from Oxford to Stamford in Lincolnshire, it is from the Hall that a Brasenose student supposedly took the Brasenose door knocker, which now hangs in the College's dining hall. The next mention of the Hall appears in 1416/17, in the deeds of University College, who granted the ...