Oxford University

By Renato
Universidade de Oxford
2 Savile RdOxford - OxfordShire (uk) (OX1 3PA)
Phone: +44 1865 270000

The University of Oxford is considered to be the first English-language university in the world and has evidence that it was created before 1096. It is considered one of the most important universities in the world and a huge list with great names passed among them 20 Olympic medalists , 27 Nobel Prize winners, 26 Prime Ministers and several Heads of State, such as Bill Clinton and Aung San Suu Kyi.

Subdivisions

The University of Oxford is made up of more than 30 colleges spread throughout the city. Each college has its specific courses with separate administration and policies of different visits and admissions, some are paid, others are free. I did not get to visit everyone, but those in blue, have all the details of my visit, if you want to know about all colleges, prices and more details, you can access the page of Oxford University.

Balliol College
Blackfriars
Brasenose College
Christ Church
Corpus Christi College
Exeter College
Harris Manchester College
Hertford College
Jesus College
Keble College
Lady Margaret Hall
Lincoln College
Magdalen College
Mansfield College
Merton College
New College
Oriel College
Pembroke College
The Queen’s College
Regent’s Park College
St Anne’s College
St Benet’s Hall
St Catherine’s College
St Edmund Hall
St Hilda’s College
St Hugh’s College
St John’s College
St Peter’s College
St Stephen’s House
Somerville College
Trinity College
University College
Wadham College
Worcester College
Wycliffe Hall

Who studied at Oxford University:

Tim Berners Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web;
Stephen Hawking, astrophysicist;
Benazir Bhutto, former PM of Pakistan;
Oscar Wilde, writer;
Thomas Hobbes, philosopher;
John Locke, philosopher;
Oliver Sacks, neuroscientist;
Lady Antonia Fraser, historian;
Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland;
JRR Tolkien, author of The Hobbit;

Renato

Viajar é conhecer lugares diferentes. Nossa proposta não é apenas viajar para os locais, é ir além. É passar um período maior, interagir com as pessoas da cidade e sentir a cultura e o dia a dia de cada local. Da lista de países que conheci, optei por morar em alguns lugares para vivenciar a experiência com mais profundidade e poder compartilhar com mais detalhes e exatidão além de descobrir os segredos de cada local, não se limitando aos pontos turísticos mais famosos.

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