New conference opened in 2017

Cohen Quad from above

Two sites: Historic and Modern

Exeter College is in the heart of Oxford - the University and the City. 
 
The College's historic site is in Turl Street, where Exeter College has been based since 1315. It is well placed for shops, restaurants, museums, libraries and more. It is a beautiful location and offers without doubt one of the best views in Oxford from its walled garden. 
 
In 2017 the College opened its new premises, Cohen Quad. Located in Walton Street, Jericho, it offers state-of-the-art facilities including en-suite bedrooms, an auditorium for large events and dining, large seminar rooms and smaller break-out session rooms, and a cafe, all in a stunning site designed by award-winning architect Alison Brooks. Cohen Quad is located near to the Blavatnik School of Government and Oxford's newly developed Radcliffe Observatory Quarter.

Experienced

With a long tradition of hosting conferences and summer schools, Exeter College has an experienced conferencing team that can assist you in creating bespoke events that achieve your aims and exceed your expectations.

Availability

Whether you want to host a day's seminar programme or a week-long residential conference, Exeter can provide 21st century facilities in the heart of Oxford for up to 100 delegates between June and September each year.

Brochure

Contact

Please contact our Steward to discuss your requirements for 2017 and beyond. 
 
Philip Munday: (01865) 279653 philip.munday@exeter.ox.ac.uk 
 

A brief tour of Cohen Quad

 
 
The new campus on Walton Street
 
 
A typical seminar room
 
 
The versatile lecture theatre
 
 
A typical study-bedroom
 
 
A typical study-bedroom
 
 
The "Learning Commons" - a break-out space for socialising, discussion and study
 
 
The on-site cafe