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Study in Oxford

: We maximize your chance of getting admitted to your chosen universities

The smart alternative to applying direct for a degree in Oxford and the easy way to find programs that match your eligibility and aspirations

Why study in Oxford?

Oxford is a beautiful college town in Mississippi, USA. It’s known for its warm, Southern charm, and exciting music scene. It’s regularly ranked amongst the best college towns in the country, and the campus of the University of Mississippi gives the town a young and vibrant population.

The town square is the economic and cultural hub of the town and is home to a range of unique shops and elegant boutiques. Oxford is also home to one of the USA’s most renowned independent bookstores, as well as a popular recording studio used by several international artists.

Oxford enjoys a fantastic location, surrounded by rolling hills and picturesque scenery. The town is almost equidistant between several amazing cities well worth visiting: St. Louis, Missouri, and New Orleans, Louisiana. For those happy staying put at the weekends, Oxford is home to loads of great events, markets, and festivals that happen on an almost weekly basis.

Universities in Oxford

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