Jesus College is a college in the heart of Oxford, offering a wide range of undergraduate and graduate studies in humanities, social sciences and science subjects. It has a vibrant and inclusive community of students, staff and alumni, and a state-of-the-art Cheng Yu Tung Building for teaching and research.
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Jesus College is one of the oldest and largest colleges of the University of Oxford, founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1571. It offers a wide range of subjects, from theology and law to medicine and science, and has a history of producing influential figures in politics, culture and academia.
- £259.9 million (2022)
- 346 (2017–18)
- 27 June 1571; 452 years ago
- Turl Street
Jesus College is one of the friendliest and most inclusive colleges in Oxford, where students can live in college accommodation for their entire degrees. It offers generous access bursaries, awards, and support for academic and extracurricular activities. It has a new building with a digital hub, new bedrooms, teaching rooms, learning space, a prayer room, and a café.
Jesus College is a historic Elizabethan college in the heart of Oxford, offering a vibrant and inclusive community of 650 students from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures. Learn about its history, Fellows, Lecturers, Principal, alumni and support staff, and its research and teaching excellence.
About the college. Jesus College’s lively graduate community makes up over 40% of the student body. The college is committed to offering its graduates the best possible support for their studies, through very generous research and book allowances, high-quality accommodation and other facilities.