The Queen's College

Queen's College, officially titled The Hall of the Queen's Scholars at Oxford, was founded in 1341 by a household chaplain of Queen Philippa, Robert de Eglesfield. Historically, The Queen's College was associated with the North of England, attracting students from Cumberland, Westmorland and Yorkshire.

Whilst Queen's College still boasts a strong community of people hailing from the North West, its doors are now open to students across the country in the continued pursuit of academic excellence.

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