Keynes College opened in 1968 as the third of four Colleges. It is named after the leading economist of the early twentieth century, John Maynard Keynes (1883 - 1946). Architecturally Keynes represents a radical departure from the formal cruciform layout of the first two Colleges, with its lighter and more open style. The College boasts the Keynes Pond and ducks, which have become a much-loved and distinctive feature.
Master: Sian Stevenson
Room M1.2 Keynes College
Switchboard: (01227) 764000 Ext 7453
Master’s Assistant (Student Support)
Room M1.3 Keynes College
Switchboard: (01227) 764000 Ext 7010