| Lady Margaret Hall |
Lady Margaret Hall, with its original name being “The Principal and Fellows of the College of the Lady Margaret in the University of Oxford”, is a constituent college of the University of Oxford which was established in 1878 and became one of the few colleges to allow women’s admissions.
| St Hugh's College |
St Hugh's College is located in UK and was founded in 1886.
| Hertford College |
Hertford College is a constituent college of University of Oxford, UK and it was founded in 1282 under the name of Hart Hall, hence making it one of Oxford’s oldest colleges.
| Magdalen College |
Magdalen College, named after Mary Magdalen, is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford which was founded in 1458 and is currently the wealthiest college in the University of Oxford with a total endowment of approx. £200M (2017).
| St Catherine's College |
St Catherine's College was founded in 1962.
| Harris Manchester College |
Originally founded in 1757, Harris Manchester College, with its official name being Manchester Academy and Harris College, is a constituent college of University of Oxford, UK.
| Lincoln College |
Lincoln College, named after the famous Abraham Lincoln, is a private liberal arts college located in Lincoln, Illinois which was founded in 1864, it is one of the oldest colleges in the US.
| Oriel College |
Oriel College is the oldest in Oxford university founded in 1326
| St Benet's Hall |
St Benet's Hall allowed monks to take degrees in university.
| Exeter College |
Exeter College, which is a short name for The Rector and Scholars of Exeter College in the University of Oxford, is a constituent college of the University of Oxford.and was established in 1341 by Bishop of Exeter, Walter de Stapledon, hence making it one of the Oxford’s oldest colleges.
| Keble College |
Keble College is a constituent college of University of Cambridge, England. It was established in 1870 as a tribute to John Keble who was a member of Oxford Movement and is one of the largest colleges of Oxford with more than 600 students.
| Merton College |
Merton College is the first fully self-governing college of University of Oxford.
| Regent's Park College |
The college was founded in 1810 in UK.
| Mansfield College |
Mansfield College is one of the many constituent colleges of the University of Oxford, the UK that was founded in 1838 under the name Spring Hill College which was later changed to its current name in 1886.
| The Queen's College |
The college is known for providing fund support for needy students.
| St Edmund Hall |
St Edmund Hall was founded in 1278 in UK.
| Wadham College |
Wadham College has a student exchange program with Sarah Lawrence College in New York where around 6 students go to this college and get an opportunity to live in SLC for 3 weeks and it has number of student clubs where the students can portray their talents.
| Worcester College |
Worcester College was founded in 1714 and has had new buildings made for the undergraduate and graduate students in recent years along with having the gardens are 26 acres large.
| Somerville College |
Somerville, one of most reputed college among the Oxford colleges was established in 1879. It is one of the three colleges of the university which provide on-site accommodation. There are more than 600 students in the college with one third international students. More than 400 undergraduates are currently studying in the college.