St Anne's College
St Anne's College contrasts with the more traditional colleges at the University of Oxford. Despite dating back to 1879, it is one of the more modern, progressive and informal colleges.
Created by a radical-thinking Victorian group to give women of low income a university education, St Anne's College has become one of the University of Oxford's largest establishments. Now with roughly equal numbers of males and females, St Anne's College is famed for its supportive atmosphere, encouraging its students to realise their full potential.
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