Two female students talking to one another


The College is a mix of the old and new. St Peter’s is the youngest college within the old city boundaries. The medieval city walls border the modern student bar, glorious stone Georgian architecture from the 1790s rubs shoulders with bold modernism, and there is a handsome range of brick buildings too.

The central quads have recently been re-landscaped and provide a vivid array of colours and shapes throughout the year - with the greatest colour coming in term time. The seminar rooms have been refurbished to provide state of the art teaching spaces.