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  1. St. John’s undergraduate tuition of $36,040 is among the most affordable of top-ranked liberal arts colleges in the country. Learn about the St. John’s Financial Model 2 The Graduate Institute offers two master’s degrees: one in Liberal Arts and one in the Eastern Classics of Asia. Learn more about Graduate Institute 50%

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  2. Saint John's College (Oxford) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Coordenadas: 51°45′22″N 1°15′31″O ( mapa) Saint John's College (Oxford) El Saint John’s College es uno de los collegues que constituyen la Universidad de Oxford en el Reino Unido. Fue fundado por Sir Thomas White, un comerciante, en 1555, y cuyo corazón está enterrado en la capilla.

  3. Saint John's College (Cambridge) Puerta principal del Saint John's College. El Saint John's College es uno de los 31 colleges de la Universidad de Cambridge en el Reino Unido. Está situado en St John's Street ( Cambridge, Inglaterra ). El college fue fundado en 1511 por Margarita Beaufort, madre de Enrique VII.

  4. St. John’s College is UBC’s international graduate residence. We are a residential and research hub where global and local issues intersect. Our diverse community of graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, faculty and visiting scholars and students come from over 40 countries. Join us and experience “the world around our table.” News & Updates

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    The site was originally occupied by the Hospital of St John the Evangelist, probably founded around 1200. The hospital infirmary was located where the east end of the current chapel now stands. By 1470 Thomas Rotherham Chancellor of the university, extended to the hospital the privileges of membership of the university. This led to St. John's House...

    The Great Gate

    St John's distinctive Great Gate follows the standard contemporary pattern employed previously at Christ's College and Queens' College. The gatehouse is crenelated and adorned with the arms of the foundress Lady Margaret Beaufort. Above these are displayed her ensigns, the Red Rose of Lancaster and Portcullis. The college arms are flanked by curious creatures known as yales, mythical beasts with elephants' tails, antelopes' bodies, goats' heads, and swivelling horns. Above them is a tabernacl...

    First Court

    First Court is entered via the Great Gate, and is highly architecturally varied. First Court was converted from the hospital on the foundation of the college, and constructed between 1511 and 1520. Though it has since been gradually changed, the front (east) range is still much as it appeared when first erected in the 16th century. The south range was refaced between 1772 and 1776 in the Georgian style by the local architect, James Essex, as part of an abortive attempt to modernise the entire...

    Dining hall

    The college's hall has a fine hammerbeam roof, painted in black and gold and decorated with the armorial devices of its benefactors. The hall is lined to cill level with linenfold panelling which dates from 1528 to 1529, and has a five-bay screen, surmounted by the Royal Arms. Above is a hexagonal louvre, dating to 1703. The room was extended from five to eight bays according to designs by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1863. It has two bay windows, containing heraldic glass dating from the fift...

    The Choir of St John's College has a tradition of religious music and has sung the daily services in the College Chapel since the 1670s. The services follow the cathedral tradition of the Church of England, Evensong being sung during Term six days a week and Sung Eucharist on Sunday mornings. The choir is currently directed by Mr Andrew Nethsingha,...

    Consumption of Swan

    Fellows of St John's College are the only people outside the Royal Family in the United Kingdom legally allowed to eat unmarked mute swans. The Crown (the British monarch) retains the right to ownership of all unmarked mute swans in open water, but the Queen only exercises her ownership on certain stretches of the Thames and its surrounding tributaries. This ownership is shared with the Vintners' and Dyers' Companies, who were granted rights of ownership by the Crown in the fifteenth century,...


    According to popular legend, St John's College is inhabited by a number of ghosts. In 1706, four fellows exorcised some ghosts from a house opposite the college by the simple method of threatening to fire their pistols at the positions the moans and groans were coming from. Second court is apparently still haunted by the ghost of the former undergraduate and master, James Wood. Wood was so poor that he could not afford to light his room, and would often do his work in the well-lit stairway.

    New Court's Clock Tower

    New Court's central cupolahas four blank clock-faces. These are subject to various apocryphal explanations. One legend maintains that a statute limiting the number of chiming clocks in Cambridge rendered the addition of a mechanism illegal. No such limitation is known to exist. More likely explanations include Hutchinson's fear that the installation of a clockface would spoil the building's symmetry, and that the college's financial situation in the early nineteenth century made completion im...

    The buildings of St John's College include the chapel, the Hall, the old library, a more contemporary "new" library, a bar, and common rooms for fellows, graduates and undergraduates. There are also extensive gardens, lawns, a neighbouring sportsground, College School and boat-house. On-site accommodation is provided for all undergraduate and most ...

    See also Category:Alumni of St John's College, Cambridge, Category:Fellows of St John's College, Cambridge. Notable Johnians include former Heads of State, politicians, academics, Nobel laureates, poets and writers. Over 1000 former members of St John's College appear in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Prime Ministers: Charles Watson-W...

    Baker, Thomas, History of the College of St. John the Evangelist, Cambridge, edited by John E.B. Mayor, 2 vols.; Cambridge University Press, 1869 (reissued by the publisher, 2009; ISBN 978-1-108-00...
    Crook, Alec C., From the foundation to Gilbert Scott. A history of the buildings of St John's College, Cambridge 1511 to 1885; Cambridge, 1980.
    Crook, Alec C., Penrose to Cripps. A century of building in the College of St John the Evangelist, Cambridge; Cambridge, 1978.
    Henry, N.F.M. & Crook, A.C. (eds), Use and Occupany of Rooms in St John's College. Part I: Use from Early Times to 1983; Cambridge, 1984.
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