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Ranking of Oxford colleges according to: large number of undergraduates studying modern languages, old college.

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  1. The Queen's College 88

    1. Third most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 31 in 2007/8. 92
    2. Eighth oldest, founded 1341. 84
  2. New College 86

    1. Second most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 31 in 2007/8. 92
    2. Ninth oldest, founded 1379. 79
  3. St Edmund Hall 80

    1. Fifth oldest, founded 1278. 93
    2. Ninth most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 25 in 2007/8. 67

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  1. Exeter College 77

    1. Sixth oldest, founded 1314. 88
    2. 11th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 25 in 2007/8. 67
  2. Christ Church 73

    1. Fourth most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 30 in 2007/8. 88
    2. 15th oldest, founded 1546. 58
  3. Oriel College 68

    1. Seventh oldest, founded 1326. 86
    2. 15th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 21 in 2007/8. 50
  4. Pembroke College 57

    1. 10th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 25 in 2007/8. 67
    2. 20th oldest, founded 1624. 48
  5. St Hilda's College 56

    1. The most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 33 in 2007/8. 100
    2. 33rd oldest, founded 1893. 13
  6. Merton College 56

    1. Fourth oldest, founded 1264. 94
    2. 24th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 13 in 2007/8. 17
  7. Lincoln College 53

    1. 10th oldest, founded 1427. 73
    2. 17th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 17 in 2007/8. 33
  8. St John's College 51

    1. 17th oldest, founded 1555. 57
    2. 16th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 20 in 2007/8. 46
  9. University College 50

    1. Second oldest, founded 1249. 96
    2. 26th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 10 in 2007/8. 4
  10. Balliol College 47

    1. Third oldest, founded 1263. 95
    2. 27th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 9 in 2007/8. 0
  11. Magdalen College 47

    1. 12th oldest, founded 1458. 69
    2. 22nd most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 15 in 2007/8. 25
  12. Worcester College 45

    1. 14th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 22 in 2007/8. 54
    2. 21st oldest, founded 1714. 36
  13. St Hugh's College 44

    1. Fifth most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 27 in 2007/8. 75
    2. 30th oldest, founded 1886. 14
  14. Jesus College 42

    1. 18th oldest, founded 1571. 54
    2. 19th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 16 in 2007/8. 29
  15. Wadham College 41

    1. 19th oldest, founded 1610. 49
    2. 18th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 17 in 2007/8. 33
  16. Trinity College 41

    1. 16th oldest, founded 1554. 57
    2. 21st most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 15 in 2007/8. 25
  17. Lady Margaret Hall 41

    1. 12th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 25 in 2007/8. 67
    2. 27th oldest, founded 1878. 15
  18. St Anne's College 41

    1. Eighth most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 25 in 2007/8. 67
    2. 29th oldest, founded 1879. 14
  19. St Peter's College 39

    1. Seventh most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 26 in 2007/8. 71
    2. 36th oldest, founded 1929. 8
  20. St Catherine's College 39

    1. Sixth most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 27 in 2007/8. 75
    2. 40th oldest, founded 1963. 4
  21. Brasenose College 38

    1. 13th oldest, founded 1509. 63
    2. 25th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 12 in 2007/8. 13
  22. Keble College 37

    1. 13th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 23 in 2007/8. 58
    2. 24th oldest, founded 1870. 16
  23. Hertford College 25

    1. 22nd oldest, founded 1740. 33
    2. 23rd most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 13 in 2007/8. 17
  24. Somerville College 22

    1. 20th most undergraduates studying Modern Languages, with 16 in 2007/8. 29
    2. 28th oldest, founded 1879. 14

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