Trinity College, founded in 1555, is situated in the centre of Oxford, close to libraries, laboratories, lecture halls and all the city’s amenities. Our community of over 300 undergraduates and 100 graduates is exceptionally friendly; we welcome everyone and are committed to giving students from all backgrounds the chance to succeed.
The current prospectus is available for download (4mb PDF) and prospective applicants for undergraduate courses can also download (8mb PDF) our new 2012 Alternative Prospectus, written by current undergraduates.
|22.06.2014|||||FAMILY GARDEN PARTY|
|11.07.2014|||||FIFTY PLUS YEARS ON LUNCH|
|19.09.2014|||||TRINTY SOCIETY WEEKEND|
|20.06.2014|||||THE PRESIDENT HAS WRITTEN ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF EVENTS IN IRAQ|
The President has written in the Tablet about the significance of this weeks violent events in Iraq and what it means for the future.Read More
|10.06.2014|||||New OURFC role for President|
The President, Sir Ivor Roberts, has been elected President of the Oxford University Rugby Football Club. Sir Ivor, who was an undergraduate at Keble College, was a university triallist in rugby and for many years a rugby referee in Australia, France, Spain and the UK. He is also Chairman of the Trustees of Vincent’s Club and Senior Member of the University Golf Club.
|10.06.2014|||||Video podcast of President's lecture|
A lecture the President gave in College recently about the background to the outbreak of the First World War, The Black Hand and the Sarajevo Conspiracy, is now available as a podcast.
This year's Lawns Play runs from 4 to 7 June and is a production of Carol Ann Duffy's adaptation of the Grimm Tales, which includes classic fairytales, such as Snow White, Hansel and Gretel, and Cinderella. See the Lawns Play page for details and the promotional video.