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Oxford University


Larchenkov Vladislav


A full-service library and reading room (available for
students and the Friends of Lifelong Learning)
Our popular restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and
dinner, and providing refreshments on location as
needed, including working lunches, buffets and tea
and coffee service.
A fully licensed bar and common room
A 127 seat lecture theatre (removable seating to
accommodate up to 10 wheelchair users)
10 well appointed meeting rooms equipped with
audio visual equipment.


Number 12, our recently refurbished
Victorian building on Wellington Square
in central Oxford, consists of 9 superior
en suite bedrooms. These rooms are
traditionally decorated (some with
original decorative fireplaces) and offer
comfortable King size and Double beds,
Freeview television, free WiFi and tea
and coffee making facilities.


The University Parks are a 70 acre
parkland area in the northeast of
city. It is open free of charge to the
public during daylight hours. As well
as providing beautiful gardens and
rare and exotic plants, the parks
contains numerous sports field


At the moment, more than 20,000
students are enrolled at Oxford
University, of which 25% are foreigners.
Their number increases dramatically in
the summer, when language colleges and
schools are opened.
Women began to enter the university only
at the beginning of the 20th century, as a
result of which, in the seventies of this
century, separate education was


The teaching staff of the higher
educational institution is huge more than four thousand lecturers,
of whom 70 are members of the
Royal Society, and 100 have the
academic status of the British


College of St. Clare's Oxford
offers pre-university training
programs, summer courses and
language programs for
international students,
providing students with access
to all of the school's information
resources. In total, the college
offers 6 programs:


Pre IB program - Preparation for the International
Baccalaureate program. The course is aimed at
foreign students who do not have sufficient
knowledge of English for training on the IB
Diploma program. The course consists of the
same disciplines that the student will later study
at IB Diploma. Students study 6 subjects, usually
English, world literature, social sciences (history,
geography, business and economics), physics or
chemistry, mathematics and arts.


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