St Hugh's College, Oxford

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St Hugh's College

St Hugh's College is one of the colleges of the University of Oxford, named after St Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln. It is located on a fourteen and a half acre site to the north of the city centre.[1] It was founded in 1886 as a college for women, and its first male students were admitted in its centenary year in 1986. It has a reputation as one of the more attractive colleges because of its extensive, pleasant gardens.[2] The college celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2011. The college has 418 undergraduates and 205 postgraduate students. The Principal is Elish Angiolini.

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