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Ranking of Oxford colleges according to: large number of undergraduates studying earth sciences, large number of tutors for earth sciences, large endowment income.

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  1. St Edmund Hall 70

    1. The most undergraduates studying Earth Sciences, with 27 in 2007/8. 100
    2. Second most tutors for Earth Sciences, with 3 in 2007/8. 100
    3. 25th largest endowment income, £938,544 in 2005/6. 10
  2. University College 55

    1. The most tutors for Earth Sciences, with 3 in 2007/8. 100
    2. Eighth largest endowment income, £3,685,982 in 2005/6. 40
    3. Fifth most undergraduates studying Earth Sciences, with 14 in 2007/8. 24
  3. Worcester College 32

    1. Fifth most tutors for Earth Sciences, with 2 in 2007/8. 50
    2. Third most undergraduates studying Earth Sciences, with 15 in 2007/8. 29
    3. 17th largest endowment income, £1,539,246 in 2005/6. 16

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  1. St Anne's College 29

    1. Third most tutors for Earth Sciences, with 2 in 2007/8. 50
    2. Fourth most undergraduates studying Earth Sciences, with 14 in 2007/8. 24
    3. 23rd largest endowment income, £1,154,720 in 2005/6. 12
  2. Exeter College 21

    1. Fourth most tutors for Earth Sciences, with 2 in 2007/8. 50
    2. 18th largest endowment income, £1,325,323 in 2005/6. 14
    3. Seventh most undergraduates studying Earth Sciences, with 10 in 2007/8. 0
  3. Hertford College 18

    1. Second most undergraduates studying Earth Sciences, with 17 in 2007/8. 41
    2. 21st largest endowment income, £1,254,674 in 2005/6. 13
    3. Seventh most tutors for Earth Sciences, with 1 in 2007/8. 0
  4. St Peter's College 5

    1. 28th largest endowment income, £906,032 in 2005/6. 9
    2. Sixth most undergraduates studying Earth Sciences, with 11 in 2007/8. 6
    3. Sixth most tutors for Earth Sciences, with 1 in 2007/8. 0

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