1 OF 4. Welcome to Keble. With more than 800 bright and curious students, Keble is one of the biggest colleges at the University of Oxford. We’ve been around since 1870, and have been challenging the way things are done at Oxford since the beginning.
Keble College (/ ˈ k iː b əl /) is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England. Its main buildings are on Parks Road, opposite the University Museum and the University Parks. The college is bordered to the north by Keble Road, to the south by Museum Road, and to the west by Blackhall Road.
Il Keble College è uno dei collegi costituenti l'Università di Oxford. Fondato nel 1870 come monumento a John Keble , uno dei leader dell' Oxford Movement che si prefiggeva l'obiettivo di recuperare le origini cattoliche della Chiesa d'Inghilterra , aveva originariamente una forte tradizione per gli studi di teologia , che dopo la ...
Keble College has come a long way since its opening in 1870. The first Oxford College of the modern era, it was founded in memory of John Keble (1792-1866), well known for his best-selling Christian verse and a key member of the so-called ‘Oxford’ movement.
Keble College, Oxford OX1 3PG +44 (0) 1865 272727 www.keble.ox.ac.uk. Founded. 1870. Student numbers. Undergraduates: 468 Graduates: 350. Admissions contacts +44 (0) 1865 272708 firstname.lastname@example.org. Senior Tutor: Dr Alisdair Rogers Admissions Officer: Vicky Archibald www.keble.ox.ac.uk/admissions. Academic staff
It raises the college’s provision for the graduate community to a new level. Applications are welcome for research degrees and masters' courses in most subjects. Keble College is especially keen to encourage applications from students whose academic interests overlap with those of the fellows of the college.
Our History. Keble College has come a long way since its opening in 1870. The first Oxford College of the modern era, it was founded in memory of John Keble (1792-1866), well known for his best-selling Christian verse and a key member of the so-called Oxford Movement which sought to recover the Catholic heritage of the Church of England.