St Peter's College

United Kingdom

Public University, Estd. in 1865

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Overview

St Peter's College Facts

It has site of two of the universities medieval halls used as hostel for students.

  • College is distributed in four quads used for different purposes.
  • College campus has a sporting culture with two cricket and pitches and football grounds.
  • It has net assets of only 40 million pounds.
  • St Peter College was named after Saint Peter.
  • Nick Houghton former COAS of British forces was an alumnus of this institute.

Popular Courses

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Rs. 2,913,821.40
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About St Peter's College

After attaining full college status in 1961 and co-educational status in 1979, this college has one of the best colleges of Oxford university. It provides both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the fields like arts and economics. Rowing is a popular sport in the St. Peter’s college with teams competing in major events.

Notable Alumni

There are several notable alumni who have studied at St Peter's College. Some of the notable alumni of St Peter's College are:

NameDescription
Mark CarneyCanadian economist and central banker who has been Governor of the Bank of England since 2013 and Chairman of the Financial Stability Board since 2011
Norman Smith (journalist)British journalist
Wally OlinsCo-founded Wolff Ollins and Saffron Brand Consultants
Julian King (diplomat)British diplomat and civil servant who served as Ambassador to Ireland and France and Director General of the Northern Ireland Office
Mahmood FarooquiIndian writer, performer and director

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