The renowned University of Oxford is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the English-speaking world. Its St. Anne’s College traces its origins back to 1879. Stroll through the campus town and take in historic sites such as the Carfax Tower, the University Church of St. Mary the Virgin, and Bodleian Library. In the classroom, experience the uniquely Oxford tutorial teaching method that includes lectures and weekly meetings with tutors to discuss topics in depth. On the weekend, travel just 60 miles to London for a cosmopolitan getaway. You’ll feel like a local sophisticate in no time.
About the University
University of Oxford, St Anne's College
St. Anne’s College dates back to 1879 and became a full college of the University of Oxford in 1952. Originally established as a place for women with the talent and determination to study at Oxford, the college now has a body of 800 students, both male and female. Gifted individuals who have studied or taught here include 28 British prime ministers, 55 Nobel Prize winners, and 120 Olympic medal winners.
The university is the largest employer in Oxfordshire and the center of life in the city. Just 60 miles from London, Oxford is very much a student city with more than 30 student colleges creating a warm and welcoming environment to call home.
Learn more at St. Anne's College's official website.
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Tracings its origins back to 1879, St Anne's College at Oxford University boasts some of the world's most accomplished alumni. But can you see yourself here? Meet Daniel and his quirky take on campus life at St Anne's!
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