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Tolkien's bust at Exeter College

The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the United Kingdom. J.R.R. Tolkien studied and taught there.

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[edit] Tolkien and Oxford

[edit] Student

[edit] Teacher

[edit] Colleges

The University of Oxford is comprised of 36 colleges, which are autonomous and self-governing corporations within the University.

See also: Colleges of the University of Oxford at Wikipedia

[edit] Christ Church College

[edit] Corpus Christi College

[edit] Exeter College

[edit] Keble College

[edit] Lady Margaret Hall

[edit] Magdalen College

[edit] Merton College

[edit] New College

[edit] Pembroke College

[edit] Queen's College

[edit] Somerville College

[edit] St. Antony College

[edit] St Edmund Hall

[edit] St. Hilda's College

[edit] St. Hugh's College

[edit] St. John's College

[edit] St. Peter's College

[edit] Trinity College

[edit] University College

[edit] Bodleian Library

[edit] External links