Welcome to Campion Hall

Campion Hall is the Jesuit Hall in the University of Oxford. Its unique character combines the intellectual and educational traditions of Oxford and the Society of Jesus. It is an international community of fellows, graduate students, and staff, who share the motivation to serve “all things human.”

 

Latest From Campion Hall

The D’Arcy Lectures 2022

Featured News
30/03/22

This year's D’Arcy Lectures are delivered by James F. Keenan, SJ, whose eight-part lecture series will explore the theme "Preparing for the Moral Life".

The Road to a Synodal Church

Latest News
08/04/22


Campion Hall recently hosted a unique symposium to explore the “synodal conversion” of the Catholic Church.

The LSRI Makes 11 Key Integral Ecology Books Free via Open Access

Latest News
05/04/22

In March this year, the LSRI launched its new Laudato Si’ Integral Ecology Collection

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Graduate Study

We welcome graduate students from all walks of life. We combine the academic excellence of the University of Oxford with Jesuit educational philosophy to provide a unique learning experience that attends to the individual and helps them flourish.  

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"By being part of the Campion Hall community, engaging in conversation with other members and attending events, I was exposed to different ways of thinking about research questions. I was better able to understand the context of my own work and its role in the research enterprise.

-- Alex, Junior Research Fellow

Research

Our research mission is shaped by our desire to promote and serve humanity. In particular, we are driven by solidarity with the excluded, care for our common home, and awareness of the spiritual dimension of human life. The diverse research work carried out by our students and fellows enriches human knowledge and action, serving to contribute to a more just and compassionate world.   

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Making a Difference

Since leaving Campion Hall, alumnus Emilio Travieso has been engaged in “hope movements” to find creative solutions to tackle problems like climate change and inequality. He specializes in food systems and is engaged in developing an educational model for rural schools in Haiti that  stimulates innovation through productive projects organised around agroecology.