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    The College was founded in 1571 by Queen Elizabeth 1, at the request of a Welsh lawyer and clergyman called Hugh Price, and our beautiful Dining Hall, Chapel, and Principal’s Lodgings are still used for their original purposes today. The historic Fellows’ Library houses our collection of early printed books, and our stunning quadrangles ...

  2. Everyone is considered for admission as an individual on their own academic merit. Our students are encouraged to pursue their ambitions in all areas, leading to a good mix of academic excellence with music, sports, and the arts. For more information: Visit the College website and the Jesus College SU website.

  3. I chose to study Chemical Engineering at Jesus College, mainly because I thoroughly enjoyed the subjects that I studied at A-Level (Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, and Physics). The course was a natural combination of everything that I’d studied so far, and I’d decided that I wanted a practical career within industry.

  4. Human, Social, and Political Sciences. Studying Human, Social, and Political Sciences (HSPS) at Jesus is great, as the relatively large intake creates a really supportive group within College. The course itself is diverse, allowing you to study everything from power politics to the psychology of free will. Taking four subjects in part one means ...

  5. The official YouTube channel for Jesus College, a college of the University of Oxford.

  6. The Storehouse of JESUS COLLEGE - Over 400 downloadable resources & links with more than 5,000 pages of notes, transcripts, slides, and guides off ering the good life in the person, work, teachings & life of Jesus through Eyes to See visual resources and Ears to Hear audio resources plus gatherings live & online provided by JESUS COLLEGE, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization.

  7. Today Jesus College is one of the larger colleges in Cambridge, but until the late 19th century it was one of the smallest and poorest. Its origins lie 400 years earlier, when John Alcock, Bishop of Ely, decided to convert a derelict nunnery on the eastern edge of Cambridge into a community for graduate priests studying in the University.

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