Clinical and medical education is at the heart of Green Templeton College. The college is home to nearly 100 clinical medicine students at any one time, in addition to doctors and clinicians from around the world undertaking postgraduate study.

Within the University of Oxford, our community of fellows, alumni and students together is a premier meeting point in Oxford for thinkers, researchers, teachers and practitioners to network and explore health and care environments.

The college’s range of enrichment activities broadens learning and works to foster the best clinicians and healthcare leaders of the future internationally.



Hundreds of members of college are engaged in clinical and medical education. See profiles of a snapshot of them


13 Norham Gardens during Oxford Open Doors 2019


Green College was founded in 1979 as a dedicated home for clinical medical students and others with then Regius Professor of Medicine Sir Richard Doll as Founder Warden. The history runs deeper through connections to the founder of modern medicine Sir William Osler.

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Students walking from Lodge into heart of college on bright day

The future

Green Templeton is committed through its Strategic Plan to 2031 to exploring further interdisciplinary academic activity around clinical medical education. This includes maintaining excellence in its medical student teaching programme and provision of enrichment activities.

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Diversity and Inclusivity in Healthcare Conference

Giving and impact

Donations starting with Cecil Green’s foundational gift have supported generations of leaders in clinical and medical fields. Today, generosity enables activities from internships to electives, provides bursaries and allows the Richard Doll Society to thrive.



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