Corpus Christi College Oxford

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  • Welcome to Corpus Christi College

    Corpus Christi College was founded in 1517 as a centre for new learning in the University of Oxford. Over five centuries its fellows and students have striven to advance their understanding and to think in new ways. Today Corpus remains a close-knit, humane, and welcoming college, committed to the pursuit of academic excellence.


     


     


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  • Prospective Students

    Corpus Christi is home to a vibrant and engaged student community, working across a range of academic disciplines. Corpus students undertake their studies in a stimulating and supportive environment, under the guidance of scholars who are leaders in their field. Further information on undergraduate and graduate admissions can be found on the Applying to Corpus page. 

  • Student Life

    Corpus is uniquely placed to provide students with the opportunity to take advantage of all that the city of Oxford has to offer. Adjacent to the beautiful and expansive Christ Church Meadow and the bustling city centre, life at Corpus offers both tranquillity and activity in equal measure. For more information on student life at Corpus visit our Studying At Corpus page.

  • Alumni

    Alumni are vital members of Corpus. The Development Office welcomes back all Old Members and organises regular Gaudies, drinks parties, sports events and other reunions. We like to keep in touch with you and keep you in touch with the College. Visit the Alumni page to find out more.

  • Conferences

    Over the centuries scholars and visitors from across the world have come to Corpus to meet, discuss, plan and deliberate in the College's beautiful surrounds. The College welcomes academic and conference visitors and offers comfortable meeting facilities, excellent cuisine, and first and standard class accommodation. For further information please visit our Conferences page.

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Professor Johnston awarded the Harrie Massey Medal and Prize

Prof. Michael Johnston has been awarded the Harrie Massey Medal and Prize.  He will receive the ...
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