Hertford College, Oxford
Generally, the Hertford College has approximately two hundred graduate students in residence and admits about eighty-five percent of whom about half are likely to be from overseas. The college is affiliated to the University of Oxford. Hertford is open throughout the year and offers various facilities to graduates both in vacation and in term-time.
Students choosing Hertford have the benefit of its central position within easy reach of all facilities of the university and town. The Bodleian Library is opposite the Hertford College and the main science laboratories are no more than five hundred metres away.
Facilities for Students with Disabilities:
Hertford College has the Graduate Centre, which is well-equipped and easy to access for students with disabilities.
The college has a well-stocked library. The library incorporates a fine collection of various books, journals, periodicals and magazines.
The MCR Computer Room has various printing and computer facilities entirely for graduates use. For more information, students are advised to visit the Computing and IT section via the student life link of the College website.
Art, Drama, Music and Sport
Graduate students enjoy access to the broad range of musical, intellectual and sporting activities. The college's sports ground provides cricket, rugby, hockey and soccer pitches as well as grass tennis courts and squash courts, while the boathouse caters for rowing. For more information, please visit the university website.
Accommodation and Meals
The college provides accommodation in single that is available to almost all graduate students and to the majority of fee-paying students. Some of the partnered accommodation is also available. There are many graduates who have chosen to live in college's new purpose-built Graduate Centre on the river at Folly Bridge. The Graduate Centre has the en-suite rooms with telecom and internet facilities. Some of the graduates can be accommodated in various houses designated for graduate use. Dinner, lunch and breakfast are available during term time. Formal hall is held on Sundays and Wednesday during terms and dress is smart with gowns. Students may find more information about graduate accommodation on the college website.
The Hertford Middle Common Room (MCR) offers a home for all those students who study for advanced degrees as members of Hertford College. The term 'common room' at Oxford refers to both the physical place for students and a group of students. As an association of graduate students, the college MCR comprises the friendliest graduate community in Oxford. The college provides students all facilities. For further information, students are advised to visit the university website.
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