Bader College is located on the historic 500-hectare Herstmonceux Castle estate in East Sussex, U.K., about 100 km south of London.
The estate was donated to Queen's in 1993 by Queen's alumnus Dr. Alfred Bader and his wife, Dr. Isabel Bader. After extensive renovations to the moated 15th century castle, Bader College opened as Queen's International Study Centre in 1994. It was renamed as the Bader International Study Centre in 2009, and then Bader College in 2022.
The Bader College campus includes Herstmonceux Castle (housing classroom, conference, computing, library, study, office and dining facilities), Bader Hall (a modern three-story residence for students, faculty and guests), the David Smith Hall (for additional faculty accommodation), formal Elizabethan gardens, and an extensive wooded medieval park.
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