Exeter College has been based in the heart of Oxford since it was founded in 1314, and has been situated in Turl Street since 1315. As well as being perfectly placed for Oxford’s amenities, the setting is remarkably peaceful.
There is a range of study-bedrooms for undergraduate students along with teaching rooms, an impressive 17th-century dining hall, a beautiful and well-stocked library, a stunning Neo-Gothic chapel, and a secluded garden which enjoys breathtaking views of Radcliffe Square.
In 2017 Exeter College opened its new premises, Cohen Quad.
Located in Walton Street, Jericho, it offers state-of-the-art facilities including en-suite bedrooms for undergraduate students, an auditorium for lectures and live performances, large seminar rooms and smaller break-out session rooms, a bright and open learning space, the Learning Commons, a student common room, an archive and reading room, and a cafe, all in a stunning site designed by award-winning architect Alison Brooks.
Exeter House, situated on the Iffley Road in vibrant East Oxford, offers accommodation to approximately half of the full-time graduate student body, and has space for most newly-admitted full-time graduate students.