Wycliffe Hall Achieves Top Marks
Students top the University of Oxford's Norrington table | 7th Dec 2012
Students from Wycliffe Hall were celebrating this week as they topped the University of Oxford’s Norrington table. In total, Wycliffe Hall students achieved seven First Class theology awards across the BA and BTh with all 5 in the BA receiving a 1st Class award. Wycliffe students gained the top mark in both the BA and BTh and won all the theology prizes.
Acting Principal of Wycliffe Hall, The Revd Dr Simon Vibert said:
“Students at Wycliffe Hall have achieved remarkable results in theology this year. I am delighted for them and proud of their academic ability. We now look forward to seeing this academic excellence continue during this next year as we continue to equip men and women for articulate, modern Christian ministry in the 21st Century.”
For further information please contact Mr Michael Morrison, Wycliffe Hall, on 01865 274200.
Notes to Editors
For more information on Wycliffe Hall, visit the website www.wycliffe.ox.ac.uk
Wycliffe Hall is a theological college within the diverse environment of the University of Oxford. We aim to equip our students for their future ministries, through excellent academic teaching, practical ministry experience and living as part of a vibrant and supportive Christian community.
The Norrington score, developed by Sir Arthur Norrington, former President of Trinity in the 1960s, provides a way of measuring the performance of students at each college in finals.
Download the 2012 Norrington Table
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