Oriel is a friendly and attractive College in the centre of Oxford, founded in 1326 by King Edward II. It is the fifth oldest of Oxford's colleges.
One of the many advantages of studying at the University of Oxford is the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of a large international university whilst also being part of a smaller college community.
The student body is made up of approximately 300 undergraduate and 160 graduate students studying a wide variety of courses in a broad range of subjects.
They come from all kinds of schools, backgrounds and countries and all candidates for admission are considered on the basis of their own individual merits and potential.
Oriel College employs over 100 academic staff in approximately 30 subjects, and 150 non-academic and support staff.
For more information, visit www.oriel.ox.ac.uk