Oxford is located on the banks of the River Thames
Oxford weather is typical of weather in the United Kingdom and can be quite unpredictable at times. The summer months of May, June, July, August and September are generally the warmest months, with mostly fine sunny weather. Even during the winter months of November, December, January and February, Oxford’s weather is often fine and mild, with crisp clear days
Population of 134,248 inhabitants
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Oxford is a historical university city with a population of 134,248 inhabitants.It is situated on the banks of the River Thames in the East of the Country.
Oxford, the city of “Dreaming Spiers”, is world famous for its university which is the oldest of English-speaking universities in the world and considered one of the 10 best universities in the world.
Oxford University differs from modern University’s that have one large campus where everything takes place,but rather consists of about 40 colleges scattered throughout the city. Among the oldest and most famous colleges are Magdalen [maudlin] College, New College, Christchurch, St. Johns, Brasenose and All Souls. Among his famous alumni stand out-future kings, presidents and other famous statesmen as well as scholars, scientists, writers, Nobel Prize winners, actors and others.
Oxford is a very desirable study abroad destination not only because of its reputation as a world leader in education but because the town is amazing. The architecture of the old buildings is unique and unlike many places most International students would have ever seen. Many of the locations for the famous Harry Potter films were filmed in Oxford because of the stunning architecture.
Oxford attracts students from all over the worls so you will quickly have a network of friends from all backgrounds and cultures. Oxford offers so much for International students to enjoy outside of the classroom such as traditional punting on the river, enjoying the stunning parks, take in the vast selection of world famous museuems or enjoy the incredible student nightlife on offer in this buzzing University town.
Oxford is also geographically located in the heart of the UK so it is very easy for you to visit many of the big cities in the midlands, London and the South Coast all in a day trip which is very appealing for students looking to explore whilst studying abroad.
In summary if you are looking for a study abroad destination packed with culture, first class learning insitutions and with a historical backdrop then Oxford could be the location for you.
Please get in touch with the team to find out more information about school providers, course options and further information on the town.