St Edmund Hall is located at Queen’s Ln, Oxford OX1 4AR, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with St Edmund Hall and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Edward

5 Google Rating

Affectionately known as Teddy Hall. Has a claim to be "the oldest academical society for the educat

5/ 5

Affectionately known as Teddy Hall. Has a claim to be "the oldest academical society for the education of undergraduates in any university" and is the last surviving medieval hall at the University. After more than seven centuries as a men-only college, it has been coeducational since 1979.

ERIC LAMPEL

5 Google Rating

Studied International Law there 1978, wonderful.

5/ 5

Studied International Law there 1978, wonderful.

David Crowther

5 Google Rating

A joyous place. Why people insist in comparing it to Keble I have no idea. One a gothic neo-masterpi

5/ 5

A joyous place. Why people insist in comparing it to Keble I have no idea. One a gothic neo-masterpiece, the other an example of late middle-ages splendour. If you cannot see the beauty in both, then perhaps Dubai is more to your liking. As for the person looking for a hall full of teddy bears, it’s in the second quad, just after the entrance to Wonderland.

Dave Roberts

4 Google Rating

A lovely old college, quite small, but with an interesting quad and library

4/ 5

A lovely old college, quite small, but with an interesting quad and library

Sam Edwards

2 Google Rating

Initial expectations were quickly dashed by the inconveniently sized entrance arch. I was surprised

2/ 5

Initial expectations were quickly dashed by the inconveniently sized entrance arch. I was surprised to see it was so small, especially in comparison to the standard majestic Oxford style, such as is displayed at Keble. Whilst willing to forgive this initial offence, the proceeding 10 minutes can only be described as the foulest of my life. The general atmosphere made the canteens of Mos Eisley appear amicable, whilst the number of puffer jackets on such a warm summers day left me deeply confused. Why does this place exist? Where is the Teddy Hall that people speak of? Which way to KEBLE? These were a few of the questions I was left with as I made my escape.

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