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Group in field showing muddy hands
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Students eating together in Hall. Credit Gavin Kingcome
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Pembroke Hall illuminated
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People mingling at 400 drinks reception in Broadgates Hall
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Achievement in partnership: a shared commitment to academic excellence.

Pembroke is a college within the University of Oxford which supports research and delivers research-led teaching.  With a shared commitment to academic excellence, we are a diverse community with global impact.

Community Voices

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Matthew Peach
Matthew Peach (2017, Biochemistry)

My Sixth Form College took part in several of Pembroke’s outreach projects. I had the opportunity to take part in an essay competition which enabled me to explore a degree level topic in detail (in my case, genetic engineering). Through this, I came across the Biochemistry course and decided the put in an application. The rest is history!

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Faaria Khan
Faaria Khan (2017, Engineering)

The original reasons why I chose Pembroke have regularly stood out to me throughout my time here, such as the architecture, the engineering tutors, the halal food and the accommodation. Moreover, I hail from a small, homely town in Surrey so truthfully the life and community at Pembroke didn’t feel a world away from home.

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Graduate Students at a Dinner
Rohan Watt (2019, MPhil International Relations)

I chose Pembroke as a postgraduate student for two main reasons. First, so many of its Fellows were engaged in the sort of research I wanted to pursue myself, and there are opportunities to get involved in discussions of their work.

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Iona Neill (2020, German & Arabic)

I decided to apply to Pembroke after the open day – I had visited a number of different colleges but none of them had quite the same welcoming feeling, a feeling which was cemented again during my time at interviews, where I met many more wonderful people and was able to experience more of daily life in college.

Countdown date
122
days to go

On 29th June 2024 the College will celebrate its 400th Anniversary. Between now and then we are planning a global calendar of celebrations and preparing to share the College's strategy for the years ahead.