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  1. Read strategic plan. St Edmund Hall, known affectionately as Teddy Hall, is a college of the University of Oxford, accepting undergraduate, postgraduate and visiting students.

  2. St Edmund Hall (sometimes known as The Hall or informally as Teddy Hall) is a constituent college of the University of Oxford. [4] The college claims to be "the oldest surviving academic society to house and educate undergraduates in any university" and was the last surviving medieval academic hall at the university.

  3. 51°45′11″N 1°15′00″O. /  51.753056, -1.25. Sitio web. [ editar datos en Wikidata] St Edmund Hall college es uno de los colleges que constituyen la Universidad de Oxford en Inglaterra. Dentro de la universidad se le conoce afectivamente por su mote, “ Teddy Hall ”.

  4. St Edmund Hall has buildings dating from every century since the 16th. This includes the atmospheric college library set in the reconfigured Norman church of St Peter-in-the-East. We have thriving sports teams, as well as a long tradition in music, creative writing and journalism.

  5. Welcome to St Edmund Hall, affectionately known as ‘Teddy Hall’, and one of the oldest colleges at the University of Oxford. We are the last standing medieval Hall in Oxford, dating back to at least the thirteenth century and are known for our friendly atmosphere, and sporting and creative traditions.

  6. History of the Hall. Medieval halls were established to house and educate undergraduates, many of them predating Oxford’s colleges. St Edmund Hall was the last of these many medieval halls to survive, becoming a fully incorporated college in the twentieth century.

  7. St Edmund Hall. About. College facilities. Accommodation and meals. Courses available. Location. About the college. St Edmund Hall is one of the oldest undergraduate teaching institutions in the world, and nowadays also plays host to a vibrant and friendly community of around 300 graduate students.