Pembroke is a welcoming and inclusive community, committed to academic excellence.
Our undergraduates benefit from Oxford’s tutorial system - weekly paired meetings with senior academics to discuss prepared pieces of work.
We are also home to a large group of graduate students who study and research in subjects as diverse as anthropology and astrophysics.
Pembroke students are good at many things. Their academic sights are set high and they actively participate in sport, music, drama, volunteering and much more. Pembroke provides a community for students to live, work and play.
The College is currently able to offer accommodation to all undergraduates for at least three years, and to about half of our first year graduate students.
If you are thinking of coming to Oxford to study then please read on – Pembroke may be the perfect place for you.
Find out more about the variety of courses on offer at Pembroke
Pembroke provides accommodation for all undergradutes for three years, and for almost half our graduates. Find out more about rooms, rents and catering...
Pembroke has a large team of tutors who teach undergraduate courses, headed up by our Tutorial Fellows. Post-doctoral researchers and associated academics are also part of our College community. Find out more about these people...
We hold open days for prospective students throughout the year. Come and visit us to find out more about why Pembroke is an exceptional place to study. Read more...
The Junior Common Room (JCR) is Pembroke's undergraduate student body. Find out more about life here from its current members on the JCR's own website.
Graduate students at Pembroke are members of the Middle Common Room (MCR) which is a sociable and welcoming group of people from around the world. Find out more on their own MCR website.
The JCR Collection was established in 1947 by Anthony Emery, a mature undergraduate who came to Pembroke to read History on his return from WWII. Students paid £1 per term into a fund for the purchase of art. Today, the collection resides in a purpose-built gallery, comprises more than 200 pieces and is still growing.