As a student at Oxbridge Future Leaders, you'll live and study in the historic Lady Margaret Hall, part of the University of Oxford.

Lady Margaret Hall was founded in 1878 to change Oxford University and to change the world as it was then. LMH made it possible for women to study at Oxford for the first time, with all that meant both for intellectual development and access to new career opportunities. Today, the College is a beautiful and spacious place where curiosity, creativity, and passion thrive. 

LMH is located in tranquil North Oxford, a leafy Victorian suburb of wide streets, splendid gothic houses and mature trees. The University Parks, Natural History Museum and Pitt Rivers Museum are all close by. The centre of town is a 15 minute walk down the wide boulevard of St Giles, past the Eagle & Child pub, famous haunt of JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis, and towards the Ashmolean Museum. Also within easy walking distance is Jericho, an attractive area of artisan dwellings, shops, and restaurants which backs onto the Oxford canal and Isis Lock.

Oxbridge Future Leaders will be based mostly within the Eleanor Lodge building of LMH. With its striking facade of red brick, Eleanor Lodge adds a distinctive note to the architectural variety of LMH. The building overlooks Wolfson Quad on one side, and the gardens on the other. Students are welcome to explore the pretty gardens which stretch down to the River Cherwell. Punts can be hired from the Porters’ Lodge and croquet and tennis are also available. 

All of our bedrooms offered as part of the course are en-suite rooms.

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