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Harris Manchester College, Oxford

Harris Manchester College is affiliated to the University of Oxford. The college is dedicated to mature students and accepts graduate and undergraduate students from the age of twenty-one with no upper age limit. The college gives priority to graduate applicants over the age of twenty-five.

As the smallest college in Oxford, there is friendly and intimate atmosphere with a great deal of peer support. The diversity of Harris Manchester students in terms of culture, age and background makes the college a vibrant and very interesting society. The college is centrally located, close to the Bodleian Library and various other libraries and departments.

Facilities for Students with Disabilities:

Please contact the Bursar for information

Library Resources

  • Carpenter Library on Comparative Religion
  • Tate Library: Open to students 8am - 11pm daily
  • Archive compilation on the history of the dissenting church

Computing Resources

  • Newly renovated and well-equipped College IT Centre
  • Network connections are available in all study rooms
  • Free printing in IT and MCR centre
  • Dedicated computer for graduates in MCR
  • Wireless internet access in main building and library

Art, Drama, Music and Sport

Corporate membership of two health clubs in the university for all students, providing access to gym, classes and swimming pool

  • College punt (The Royle Yacht)
  • Music lessons
  • College choir
  • Regular concerts in term time

Meals and Accommodation

  • Some accommodation available in vacations
  • Minimum letting period: Three terms
  • All graduate accommodation is available on the main College site
  • Accommodation charges comprise meals during term time (lunch, breakfast and dinner Monday-Friday, brunch on Sunday and breakfast on Saturday): self-catering only available in vacations
  • Accommodation only available in single study-bedrooms; students requiring family accommodation must apply to the University Accommodation Office

Prizes and Funding

  • Book allowance for all students
  • Funding available for attendance at conferences, field trips and research visits


The MCR is situated in the graduate house that also includes a kitchen for all students to use. The MCR committee also organizes various social events each term. The President of the MCR is entitled to attend the Governing Body meetings.

Academic Staff

  • Economics: Dr Mark Rogers
  • Archaeology: Dr Zena Kamash
  • Education: Professor Terezinha Nunes
  • French: Dr Nicholas Cronk
  • German: Dr Karen Leeder
  • History, Modern: Dr Katharine Sykes
  • Human Sciences: Dr Amanda Palmer
  • English Literature: Dr John Sloan
  • Management Studies: Dr Alex Nicholls
  • Law: Mrs Louise Gullifer, Mr John Davies, Miss Ann Kennedy
  • Philosophy: Dr Bill Mander
  • Medicine: Professor David Matthews, Professor Patrik Rorsman, Dr Bee Wee
  • Politics: Dr Lesley Smith
  • Science and Religion: Prof Peter Harrison
  • Theology: Dr Eric Eve, The Revd Prof Alister McGrath, Dr Ralph Waller, The Revd Dr Bernd Wannenwetsch, Dr Benedicta Ward
  • Psychology: Dr Helen Beinart, Dr Paul Kennedy, Dr Susan Llewellyn, Mr Branden Thornhill Miller

Student welfare

  • Dean: Dr Bill Mander
  • Senior Tutor: Dr Lesley Smith
  • Bursar: Mrs Annette Duffell
  • Fellow of the college

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