Linacre College

| University of Oxford

Linacre College, Oxford

Linacre College, Oxford was founded in 1962. It teaches in the region of 300 graduate students (no undergraduates are accepted to this college). Linacre has a modern, egalitarian outlook, with post-graduate students from around the world sharing common room facilities with college fellows. It is located around 0.72 km from the centre of town.

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Study (2), Artiness (5), Sport (3), Music (3), Facilities (3), Accommodation (2), Smugness (2)

Review by Undisclosed - D. Phil (June 22, 2013) - add your impression

The college has a very welcoming and highly international atmosphere, with good facilities and nice food. The accommodation is well-maintained and reasonably priced, and the location is great for science students. The college administration has invested a lot of effort to ensure that the college is run to high environmental standards (think - double glazing in your room!) but less money is available for travel and book grants than at some of the larger and richer colleges.

Study (4), Artiness (4), Sport (2), Music (3), Facilities (4), Accommodation (4), Smugness (1)

Review by Undisclosed - Current D.Phil. student (October 19, 2011) - add your impression