Postgraduate life revolves around the Leckhampton site (“Leck” for friends), where most of the students accommodations are located.

Leck takes its name after Leckhampton House, a late-Victorian house built in 1881 on College grounds. Leck House accommodates a recently re-designed dining hall, serving weekday dinners, a student-run bar, a gym and playing fields, a TV room, a library and a computer room. Leckhampton is famously known for its beautiful gardens and its annexed swimming pool, which opens from late spring until the end of summer!

  • Photo by Peter Pedersen