University of Oxford

University of Oxford

Founded: 1096

Website: http://www.oxford.ac.uk/

Address: Oxford OX1 2JD

 

Overview

The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world and is regarded as one of the world's leading academic institutions. The University is comprised of 38 independent colleges and 6 permanent private halls and is a member of the Russell Group of research-led British universities, a prestigious group that produces more than two-thirds of the world-leading research produced in UK universities and support more than 260,000 jobs across the country. Students at The University of Oxford benefit from weekly one-to-one tutorials, providing students with added contact time to enhance their studies. The University is also home to the Bodleian Library, which is the second biggest library in the UK after the British Library

 

Services for International Students

A wide range of services are available to students upon request, these include requests dealing with visas and immigration, to living in the UK.

 

Accommodation

Accommodation is available for all first-year students who request it. Accommodation typically consists of a hall for dining, a chapel, a library, a college bar, senior, middle (postgraduate) and junior common rooms, rooms for 200-400 undergraduates as well as lodgings for the head of the college and other dons.

 

Location

The University of Oxford is located in Oxford in the South of England, close to the Cotswolds, An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The city of Oxford is renowned for its historic architecture and diverse history, perfect for students who wish to fully immerse themselves in British culture. The city is only a 90-minute journey from London, providing students with quick and easy access to the capital of the UK.

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