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Wycliffe Hall, Oxford

Wycliffe Hall is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. Its status is that of a "permanent private hall".

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History

Wycliffe Hall was set up in 1877 as a centre for training Christian leaders, and is named after the religious leader, John Wycliffe. It became officially part of the university in 1996.

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External Link Official website (http://www.wycliffe.ox.ac.uk/)



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