Our alumni are a key part of the Pembroke community and current students and academics benefit greatly from their involvement in College life. From careers mentoring to speaking at special events, acting as ambassadors and making donations, there are a myriad ways in which they engage. We have around 9,000 Pembrokians all around the world and in all walks of life, and aim to keep in regular contact with as many as possible.
Our Diverse Community
We actively seek to bring together a diverse mix of people because we believe that a wide range of backgrounds and interests being represented makes us a stronger academic community. Our community is enriched by the engagement and contributions of all members, bringing their own perspectives to bear.
We want our new members to feel that Pembroke is home, a place of learning and friendship where they need not feel intimidated. While there is always more work to do to realise these aspirations we set out to listen to our current students and staff and to find ways to make positive change.
Access and Outreach
Our academically led outreach program engages talented state school pupils and attempts to raise their attainment levels.
Our dedicated group aims to encourage more applicants and improve the experience of black students.
Students with Disabilities
Being a small community allows us to get to know each individual member, so we can provide personal support plans to ensure everyone can thrive.
Working With Us
Pembroke is a lively and vibrant academic community, based in a beautiful working environment in the heart of Oxford.
Academics at all stages of their careers enjoy our interdisciplinary atmosphere - many an interesting research collaboration has emerged from a lunchtime conversation here.
We have a support staff team of around 120 providing library, catering, IT, welfare, maintenance, events, finance, fundraising, communications, and academic and domestic administrative services.
If you want to make a difference through your work and think you would like to join our community, get in touch!