Study Abroad in Oxford, England
Situated in central southern England, Oxford is a city of approximately 165,000 and home to the 39 colleges that constitute the University of Oxford—the oldest English speaking university system in the world, with some colleges dating to the 13th century. The city of Oxford is known not only for its university, but also for its architecture, for the arts, for its rich history, and for its lively pubs. More recently, it has become one of the fastest-growing, and most ethnically diverse, small cities in Britain. The city is also known for its many connections to literature, (the character upon whom the real Alice in Lewis Carrol’s Alice in Wonderland was based lived here), film (“Harry Potter”), and TV (“Inspector Morse,” and “Downton Abbey”). This rich and interesting small city is now home to PLU’s International Honors program in social justice.