The St Peter’s College is located in central Oxford. Built in 1929, it occupies the site of two of Oxford University’s 14th century mediaeval halls.
Life at the campus is filled with a variety of events throughout the academic year allowing the students to bond and unwind. The student-run Junior Common Room organises numerous activities of varied interests.
The study centre is well equipped with all the amenities a student would require honing their capabilities in both academics as well as personal attributes. The seminar rooms have been refurbished to provide state-of-the-art teaching spaces.
The college boasts of an energetic environment that stimulates academic excellence as well as students’ creative potential. The oldest college building Linton House, built as a Georgian rectory in 1797, serves as the porter’s lodge (the entrance to the college) and is also home to the college library.