Interested in applying to Oxford? Looking for the *best* college?

Well look no further! This page has all the information you need to learn how to apply and what Keble can offer.

Keble was founded in 1870, and is conveniently located within walking distance of the city centre and a stone’s throw away from the University Parks and Science Faculty buildings. Its unique red-brick architecture is strikingly different than the other colleges combining both modern and Victorian styles.

The college has a large and active student body, top class accommodation for the duration of 3-year degrees and a wide-range of facilities including an on-site gym, cafe and theatre. The college offers 20 different subjects and welcomes students from all backgrounds meaning there is a vibrant academic and social community to immerse yourself in.

Keble College offers many extracurricular activities and we’re proud of our achievements in all of them. If you’re athletic, Keble has a sports team or two with a space for you. On the other hand, if you’re particularly adept in the visual arts, you can get involved with the Keble Arts Festival or indeed the organisation the annual college ball. If neither of these tickles your fancy, and you’re more into the performing arts, the O’Reilly Theatre is one of the largest college theatres in Oxford, and hosts music concerts, stage productions, comedy shows, and the occasional film screening. The friendly environment makes it possible for all students to feel welcome and enjoy their time at Keble.

How to apply:

The Oxford University website should be consulted for up-to-date admissions information. The video below serves to provide an overview only.

Access & Outreach Programmes:

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Oxplore is a free interactive digital outreach portal created by the university. It challenges students aged between 11-18 to engage with the ‘big questions’ in our society.

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UNIQ, ran by the university, offers free residential and online programmes. UNIQ aims to increase competitive applications to Oxford from UK state schools.

 Target Oxbridge

Target Oxbridge is a free programme which aims to support black and minority ethnic students in making competitive applications to ‘Oxbridge’. 

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Oxford Pathways

Oxford Pathways is a collaborative project ran by various Oxford colleges which offers opportunities for Year 10 – Year 13 state school students to engage with the university.

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Keble at Large

Keble at Large engages students with undergraduate life at Keble; the society is the heart of access and outreach at our college. 




IntoUniversity is a local programme which supports students from disadvantaged backgrounds via regional learning centres.


Oxford First-Gen Students

Oxford-First Generation Students is a group for students at the University of Oxford who are the first in their family to go to university. They run multiple initiatives to support first-gen students at the university.

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Oxford ACS

Oxford ACS is a student organisation which supports students of African/Caribbean heritage via initiatives such as the Visions Programme and an annual access conference.


Target Schools

Target Schools is Oxford SU’s flagship access campaign. The programme is ran by Oxford university students and aims to demystify Oxford via roadshows and shadowing days.

Useful Resources:

If you’re looking for more information about Keble, hop on over to the college website or contact our JCR Access and Academic Affairs Officer via the Keble at Large Facebook page or by dropping them an email.