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University of Oxford
350 Reviews
陌染MMOxford University ("University of Oxford") is a public university in Oxford, England. It is the second oldest institution of higher education in the world. Oxford is a core member of Russell University Group, UK's "G5 Super-elite University", Europe's top university Coimbra Group, European Research University Federation and Europaeum. Oxford University Press is the world's largest university press. The publication includes 20 volumes of the Oxford English Dictionary. The University of Oxford is also hosting two well-known scholarship programs: one for the Clarendon Scholarship, established in 2001; Another Rod scholarship, which has attracted many outstanding graduate students over the past century, is Oxford with the world's largest university publishing house and the largest university library system in the United Kingdom. Oxford has produced a host of social luminaries, including 27 British prime ministers, 60 Nobel Prize winners, and dozens of royalty and political leaders from around the world. No IELTS/TOEFL score is required for Oxford University to apply. The students only need to issue a qualified language score to the school before July 31 of the following year. Oxford language requirements: IELTS total score 7.0 above, no less than 7.0 score; TOEFL scores above 110, no less than 25 in oral English, no less than 24 in reading and writing, no less than 22 in listening. In English countries or through English teaching for more than 2 years, or IB standard English course scores above 5, language scores may be exempted. Oxford, like Cambridge, has no specific gateway, is an open school, and every college is scattered, and if you don't know the way, you really get lost. It's like a small town with a shopping street and restaurants of all sizes.
Blenheim Palace
313 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Historical Architecture
真诚7577Beyond the vast arches of Jill's estate was an open green lawn and a blue sky. The grassy slopes undulated to both sides, with a wide, neat culvert in the middle leading to the golden palace ahead. On the lawn, on the shore of the lake, under the hall, the crowds were laughing.
Bridge of Sighs
131 Reviews
陌染MMThe bridge of sighs, officially known as the Hertford Bridge, is a famous attraction of Oxford University. It was built in 1913 (completed in 1914), and it crosses New College Road to connect the two old and new parts of Hertford College, and is a famous attraction of Oxford University. Designed by Sir Tomas Jackson, the bridge is called the Bridge of Sighs, because it resembles the bridge of sighs in Venice, Italy. Following the tour group, one can only take a peek at Oxford University.
University Church of St. Mary the Virgin
126 Reviews
真诚7577For a few pounds you can climb to the top of the tower and enjoy the 360 degree view of Oxford without dead ends, the beautiful stripes and the southern city are the most amazing. The church porch, built in 4500 years, has spiral columns that are a major innovation in British architectural history
Bodeian Libraries
142 Reviews
M43***62In many ways this is the building I consider to be the most iconic when thinking of Oxford, The architecture of this ancient university city is quite remarkable and has contributed to this city's continuing sense of grandeur and learning.
Ashmolean Museum
84 Reviews
LGKMYa must visit for the first timer in Oxford. time well spent. a well managed museum founded in 1683 and so many exhibits on display ranging from Chinese dynasties, Egyptian mummies to contemporary art. Contributions from all parties play a significant part in preserving this wonderful museum

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Visiting Oxford city? These 12 places should not be missed!
Visiting Oxford City? These 12 Places Should Not Be Missed!
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Visiting Oxford City? These 12 Places Should Not Be Missed!

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Apr 23, 2021 Oxford Weather:Sunny, Northeasterly Wind:10-17 kph, Humidity:31%, Sunrise/Sunset:05:53/20:15
Oxford Driving:Suitable, Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable

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