Trinity College, Oxford
Trinity College was established in 1555. The college is situated in the centre of Oxford University, close to laboratories, libraries, lecture halls and all the city's facilities. The college has more than 300 undergraduates and 100 graduates. The college is exceptionally friendly and welcomes candidates with different social and educational background.
Trinity College has fewer students than other colleges but it acquires spacious site with very beautiful buildings and gardens. Relationships between academic staff and students are friendly and open. The college gives high priority to tutorial and pastoral care. Trinity offers excellent facilities and strong sense of community, which are the ideal basis for hard work and academic achievement. The college lays emphasis upon students' all round development.
Trinity College is located in the city centre. The university buildings and Bodleian Library are a few yards from the front entrance on Broad Street. The Science Area is a five-minute walk from the back gate on Parks Road.
Accommodation and meals
Generally, undergraduate students live in college for their first two years. Consequently, some of them move to well-appointed and admired self-catering flats in north and east Oxford. Students may have their meal in the college.
Trinity has a well-stocked library that is open twenty-four hour a day. The library aims at providing copies of all books that undergraduates require for their tutorial work. The library budget is generous and the librarian may respond on the same day to urgent requests for required books. Student rooms are equipped with telephone and internet access. The college also has a well-equipped computer room.
Trinity College has an undergraduate common room, squash court, small gym and a spacious cellar on the site. The sport ground is about 1.5 miles away from the college with provision for football, rugby, cricket, hockey, tennis and cricket. The college has boathouse on the main stretch of the river. Trinity is particularly well-equipped for music-making, a sound-proofed practice room, an organ and two pianos. The college offers students all facilities in order to enhance students' knowledge and skills.
There is a broad range of active groups with an academic focus. Women's and men's teams flourish in many sports and anyone may join regardless of ability. There is a large chamber orchestra. The college players stage at least two productions each year of which the summer one in the gardens is extremely popular. The college provides students various opportunities to explore their potentials.
- Classics (and joint schools)
- Engineering Science
- Economics & Management
- English Language and Literature (and joint schools)
- Engineering, Economics & Management (EEM)
- Materials Science (MS), and Materials, Economics & Management (MEM)
- Law, Law with Law Studies in Europe
- Mathematics (and joint schools)
- Modern Languages (and joint schools)
- Modern History (and joint schools)
- Philosophy, Politics and Economics
- Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry
- Physics & Philosophy
- Philosophy & Theology
Art, Music, Drama and Sport
- Excellent boat club
- On-site squash court and gym
- Music practice rooms
- Choir and orchestra
- Drama group
- Numerous college societies
- Facilities for cricket, tennis, rugby, football and other sports