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Welcome to Keble College

Keble College is one of the largest of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford with 410 undergraduate and 250 graduate students. It was the wish of our founders in 1870 to extend access to the University more widely, and the College has a continuing commitment to inclusiveness. The College prides itself on the academic achievements of its students, and aims to offer a supportive environment in which learning can flourish. Keble is a vibrant community whose students excel not only academically, but also in music, drama, and sport. We pride ourselves on our traditions, but we are forward looking, as shown by our exciting plans for enhancing graduate provision on the College’s Acland site within a few minutes walk from the main College site.

Keble College welcomes visitors daily from 2.00pm – 5.00pm.
Occasionally during the year, we will be closed for College events.
Parties of more than 8 people must pre-book with the Porters’ Lodge.

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Recent Publications

News

150th Anniversary Campaign: Launch of phase three to 2020

The September alumni reunion weekend celebrated the achievements of the Campaign to date and welcomed...

Keble Fellow awarded ERC Starting Grant

Keble Fellow and Tutor Standa Živný has been awarded a European Research Council (ERC) Starting...

Professor Sarah Whatmore appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education

The College would like to congratulate Professorial Fellow  Sarah Whatmore FBA, on her appointment as...

Events

Ghosts and College Fixtures

Saturday 08 October 2016

Save-the-day...

Entrepreneurs' Evening

Tuesday 11 October 2016

Speakers Announced - Book Now...

Memorial Service for Professor Sir Geoffrey Hill

Saturday 22 October 2016

Memorial Service in Chapel and Reception in Hall...

November London Lecture

Thursday 17 November 2016

by Professor Richard English - 'Does Terrorism Work?' Save-the-day......

Richardson Lecture

Friday 18 November 2016

by David Yandell (former College Conservation Architect) - What's so good about Keble's architecture?...