Mansfield College offers a range of conference, fine dining and corporate event facilities within one of the most attractive sites in Oxford.
Mansfield College, Oxford is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in Oxford, England. The college was founded in Birmingham in 1838 as a college for Nonconformist students. It moved to Oxford in 1886 and was renamed Mansfield College after George Mansfield and his sister Elizabeth.
Mansfield occupies one of the best sites in Oxford, a short walk away from the Science Area and University libraries and close to the city centre, but in a quiet position near the University Parks. UCAS campus code: E. Mansfield College, Oxford, OX1 3TF +44 (0) 1865 270999 www.mansfield.ox.ac.uk. Founded. 1886. Student numbers. Undergraduates: 248
Undergraduate Study Mansfield is one of the smaller colleges in Oxford, taking just around 80 undergraduate students per year. New students quickly get to know each other and we have a well-deserved reputation as a welcoming and friendly college.
About the college. Mansfield College offers an informal, stimulating environment in which tutors and students work together to achieve academic excellence and sustain a supportive as well as lively community. In any one year there are around 195 graduates in the Middle Common Room (MCR).
Visiting Student Programme Mansfield College has a long-established Visiting Student Programme with a high academic reputation. It offers students both full membership of the College and an official status within the University of Oxford. Welcome from the Director of the Visiting Student Programme
Welcome from the Principal Helen Mountfield, KC Mansfield College is special. Founded in the nineteenth century to allow Dissenters to study at Oxford University, it was also one of the first “men’s” college in Oxford to admit women to study for degrees (Constance Todd in 1913).