| 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.
| Jesus College |
Jesus College was founded in 1571 and is one of the prominent constituent colleges of the University of Oxford.
| Magdalen College |
Magdalen College was founded in 1458 and is known for providing education at its best mingled with overall development and personality exposure.
| 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.
| 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.
| St John's College |
It’s one of the largest colleges of Cambridge university supplied with all kinds of facilities from gym to music rooms all in a single campus. It has a large number of students as compared to other moderate-sized colleges of Cambridge. There are 40 societies for co-curricular purely run by students. There’s a never-ending list of alumni involved in diverse fields like religion, politics, arts, medicine etc.
| 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.
| Corpus Christi College |
Founded in 1352, Corpus Christ College, which is short for The College of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Virgin Mary, is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge.
| 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.
| Balliol College |
Balliol College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford and is also one of the oldest.
| St Peter's College |
After attaining full college status in 1961 and co-educational status in 1979, this college has one of the best colleges of Oxford university. It provides both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the fields like arts and economics. Rowing is a popular sport in the St. Peter’s college with teams competing in major events.
| 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.
| New College |
New College is one of the oldest colleges founded in 1379.
- It has net assets of more than 250 million pounds.
- It is one of the main choral foundations and world’s leading choir where more than 100 albums are recorded.
- It is the second college in University of Oxford dedicated to Blessed Virgin Mary.
- It is one of the few colleges who have won an Olympic medal in rowing.
- Many prominent people are alumni of this college like Kate Beckinsale.
| Trinity College |
Trinity College was founded as a training house for Catholic priests in the sixteenth century. The site of the college,is based on a quiet, rural aspect. Trinity was a centre of educational reform in the nineteenth.The past 100 years have seen great expansion and modification in the numbers of fellows and students, and the college buildings and grounds have steadily changed to meet the evolving needs of the resident community.
| Pembroke College |
Pembroke College was founded in 1624 in the UK and is located in the Pembroke Square.
| Merton College |
Merton College is the first fully self-governing college of the University of Oxford and it's origin is estimated to be as old as the 1260s.
| St Catherine's College |
St Catherine's College was founded in 1962.
| Regent's Park College |
The college was founded in 1810 in the UK and it is the private hall of the University of Oxford.
| St Hilda's College |
St Hilda's College is located in UK and was founded in 1893.
| Brasenose College |
Brasenose College (BNC), officially The King's Hall and College of Brasenose, is one of the constituent colleges of the University Of Oxford in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1509, with the library and chapel added in the mid-17th century and the new quadrangle in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The JCR plays a central part in the life of the undergraduate community. Offering social, recreational and welfare support to the students, the elected committee addresses many aspects of student life and liaises with the governing body and graduate student representatives.
| 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.
| Oriel College |
Oriel is a place that believes in community learning and is practicing such idea from last 700 years being home to a world-class education infrastructure.
| Christ Church |
Found in 1437 by William Byngham, Christ’s College was earlier called God’s House.
● It’s located in the St. Andrews Street of Cambridge.
● The College has a small population of 450 undergraduate and 170 graduate students.
● Charles Darwin and John Milton are the most well-known alumni of this college.
● The place is not just a college but also a tourist attraction due to its gorgeous building and outstanding alumni.
● The oldest outdoor swimming pool of the UK known as 'Malcolm Bowie Bathing Pool' is a part of the college.
| St Edmund Hall |
St Edmund Hall was founded in 1278 in UK.
| 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.
| Somerville College |
Somerville, one of the most reputed colleges 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.
| 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.
| University College |
University College is dated back to William of Durham, who died in 1249; William of Durham is accepted as University's true founder.University College Oxford contains many interesting buildings, both old and new from the first Great University Hall and the laying of the Main Quad’s foundation stone in 1634, to the major refurbishment of the Goodhart Building in 2014/15.
The university outstands a number of communities in the long run with a view to provide an overall mechanism of proud tradition of values.
| The Queen's College |
Queen’s is a part of the Oxford spreading inspiring results to influence people more about education by bringing in a sense of joy and peace associated with learning.
| St Anne's College |
This college was established in 1879 but received full college status in 1952. It used to be a women’s only college but received co-educational status in 1979. St.Anne’s College has 200 graduate students and more than 400 undergraduate students. It also has a strong sports tradition with teams in all major sports.