Oxford University Halls - Regent’s Park College. Image courtesy of Wikimedia.

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Regent’s Park College

Located in central Oxford, just off St Giles’, Regent’s Park College (colloquially known as Regent’s) is a permanent private hall of the University of Oxford.

Founded in 1810, it moved to its present location in 1927, and became a licensed university hall in 1957. The college now admits both undergraduates and graduates for courses in arts, humanities, and social science.

Since before the mid-20th century, it is one of the few academic institutions in the University of Oxford to admit women as well as men, with women attending since the 1920s. The college also trains men and women for ordained ministry.

What is Regent's Park's Affiliation?

Regent’s Park is affiliated to the Baptist Union of Great Britain, or Baptists Together. The Union has its origins in the Baptist Union founded in 1813 by 60 Particular Baptist churches. The Baptist Historical Society was founded in 1908.

What Degree Subjects Can you Study at Regent's Park?

Undergraduate degree subjects include Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, Classics, Classics and English, English, Geography, History, History and Politics, Law, Philosophy and Theology, PPE, and Theology.

Ministerial and Vocational Studies

Regent’s Park College helps prepare and develop men and women for different vocations and roles in the Church. If you want to become a Baptist Minister, Regent’s Park is an exciting place to prepare for ministry. The college is a member of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and offers the BTh suite of courses. You can study these full time or part-time, so you can bring theology together with your professional or pastoral practice. There are also several opportunities at Regent’s Park for ministers working in a different context. 

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Where is Regent’s Park College?

Address: Pusey St, Oxford OX1 2LB

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