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Oxford University offers

Posted by on May 10, 2019 – 09:43 am

Oxford University offers

If you are made an offer, then it may be made by a particular college, or it may be open . If you are currently studying for qualifications, then the offer will probably be conditional on you achieving certain results; otherwise it will be unconditional , which means that there are no academic conditions and your place is guaranteed so long as you complete all the necessary administrative steps. Open offers If you get an open offer, your place at Oxford is guaranteed (as long as you meet any conditions attached to the offer and complete the…

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Business in Oxford

Posted by on March 15, 2019 – 08:18 am

Business in Oxford

Within this broad field are colleagues, and in many cases groups, working on alternative dispute resolution, banking law, commercial law, company law, financial regulation, insolvency law, law and finance, restructuring law, securities law, takeover regulation and tax law. The Commercial Law Centre at Harris Manchester College is part of the Business Law activities in Oxford, and its website is linked to this one. Whilst a large part of our work is focused on English law, our scope is increasingly comparative and international, with an emphasis…

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Images of London landmarks

Posted by on February 15, 2019 – 07:52 am

Images of London landmarks

Two years in the making, the London Picture Map includes more than 150, historical images. A close-up of the London Picture Map, showing the incredible density of entries. With over 150, pictures now mapped across the city, a new digital photo archive of the city of London is so rich in content it’s almost too much to cope with. Launched last week, Collage, The London Picture Map allows you to trace London’s visual history street by street. Supported by the City of London Corporation, it’s the result of two full years of digitizing and mapping…

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Architects in Oxford

Posted by on February 11, 2019 – 07:49 am

Architects in Oxford

1A person who designs buildings and in many cases also supervises their construction. ‘the great Norman architect of Durham Cathedral’ ‘At that point in his career, the young architect had no experience designing such large buildings.’ ‘This would result in its demolition and replacement by a new building designed by the architect James Sterling.’ ‘So the historian has as relevant a role in the process of urban design as the architect, planner and politician.’ ‘To the immediate south was a more handsome Victorian building constructed by architects…

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Oxford oldest College

Posted by on May 15, 2018 – 01:42 pm

Oxford oldest College

Citation: C N Trueman Medieval Colleges at Oxford historylearningsite.co.uk. The History Learning Site, 31 Mar 2015. 16 Aug 2016. During the era of Medieval England, Oxford University witnessed the establishment of four specific colleges and also monastic colleges. The four colleges were Balliol, University, Merton and Exeter. Balliol can claim to be Oxford University’s oldest college as it may have been founded as early as 1261 – records certainly show that students existed at Balliol before June 1266. In the 1260’s, Sir John de Balliol took…

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Oxford Camera

Posted by on April 25, 2018 – 12:14 pm

Oxford Camera

Welcome to our Oxford Webcams! These webcams are located in the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), University of Oxford, Oxford OX1 3JS, UK (find on Google Maps). They are Axis M1011 webcams, serving an .h264 encoded stream. Comments and feedback are gratefully received! Email: webcam@oii.ox.ac.uk Oxford Internet Institute Camera 1 Camera 1 looks towards the south of St Giles, a street in central Oxford. The Victorian gothic Randolph Hotel is directly in front. To the left you can see the Martyrs’ Memorial, which commemorates the Oxford Martyrs, Thomas…

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Name of Oxford College

Posted by on April 5, 2018 – 11:45 am

Name of Oxford College

Members of the group argue the statue should fall because of its links with the colonial past and Rhodes views on other races. However, the university’s vice-chancellor, Louise Richardson, said last week that she thinks the statue should stay. The RMF movement was already successful in removing a statue of the 19th-century politician in South Africa last year and it is looking to replicate this in the UK. A source at the University, however, said changing the name of the computer room will take time – if their proposal is successful considered –…

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UCAS course list

Posted by on February 24, 2018 – 09:47 am

UCAS course list

In Clearing you can see which courses have places remaining. You can use Clearing if you: apply after 30 June didn t receive any offers (or none you wanted to accept) didn t meet the conditions of your offers Use our Clearing service to find a new course It s available July to September each year. If you already have your exam results but you have no offers, you can use Clearing from July. If you had conditional offers but your exam results didn t go to plan, you can use Clearing from results day, when Clearing vacancies will be listed in our search…

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Architects House

Posted by on February 8, 2018 – 09:13 am

Architects House

© Tess Kelly +41 © Tess Kelly From the architect. In a Nutshell The site is neighboured by huge houses. We were asked to provide the family with ‘just the right amount of space’. By creating large openings and generous connections to the garden we aimed to make this modest-sized house feel abundant and broad. The result is a home that is almost half the size of its neighbours without compromising liveability. The Largest houses in the world Australian homes are the largest in the world. This is a significant problem for Australia. A stable economy…

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Oxfordshire Architectural

Posted by on October 13, 2017 – 08:19 pm

Oxfordshire Architectural

Despite being a far cry from a grand mansion or a stately home, the futuristic single-storey three-bedroom Fayland House near Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, has beaten off competition from around the world to be crowned the best new home by The Architectural Review Described by the judges as having a rigid, rhythmic façade and a challenging design, the asymmetrical property was completed in 2013 It is owned by multi-millionaire property developer Mike Spink and his wife Maria, who paid £6.7million for the prime 50-acre plot in the Chilterns…

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