40 million unique visitors in 2012.

English Language Schools in Oxford

Oxford is one of the most notable cities in the UK known for being home of England’s oldest university, the University of Oxford, which is also the oldest university of English in the world. In addition, Oxford is renowned for its motor production, publishing, brewing, technology and science business. The study and accommodation costs in Oxford are lower than in London, yet they’re still high compared to the vast majority of other English learning countries and cities. The competition is also high. Oxfords attracts a large amount of students every year remaining one of the most prestigious and popular places to study English in. There are various schools and courses to choose from, and most of them enroll students from around the world.

Apart from its educational and commercial value, Oxford is also a beautiful city, which has even been nicknamed the “city of dreaming spires” for its sticking and admirable architecture. There are plenty of historical buildings, shops, theatres and other attractions the visitors and students can enjoy, such as the Ashmolean Museum with its drawing, paintings and manuscripts; the Bodleian Library, which is one of the oldest libraries in the world; the Museum of the History of Science that keeps a fantastic collection of scientific instruments from 5th to 19th centuries; and many more. Nature lovers will be fascinated by one of the oldest botanic gardens in the world, the Oxford Botanic Garden, which contains a collection of almost 9000 different plant species from around the globe. In addition, Oxford visitors can enjoy numerous parks and nature reserves the city offers.

The well-developed public transport system (buses, coaches, railways, rivers and canals) allows you to easily travel around the city as well as to the neighbor areas including London.

The warmest months in Oxford are May through September, with temperatures ranging from 13 to 26 °C (55 to 79 °F). The winter months are wet and rainy, with temperatures ranging from 3 to 14 °C (37 to 57 °F).