Resident graduate students at Corpus are based in and around the Leckhampton estate, the College’s research campus, situated just off Grange Road. It is very close to the University Library and around ten minutes walk from the city centre and the central College site.
The buildings at Leckhampton are a mixture of old and new, set amidst large, beautiful gardens, next to the College’s sports grounds.
Leckhampton has its own library, computing facilities, dining hall and bar; in fact it offers every facility and opportunity required to provide a friendly and stimulating home for a community of Fellows and graduate students from all over the world.
The Warden, Revd James Buxton, is the Fellow responsible for Leckhampton and represents its interests on the Governing Body and various college committees.