How to choose a college in University of Oxford?

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I am major in Economics and Management. I would like to choose a college that can offer me all three years of accommodation for undergraduate studies, I would like a college that is friendly to international students (I am from China). I do not care about the location, as long as there are supermarkets or shops or malls nearby that I can feed myself.
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Worcester College can accommodate you for three years and is near a decent-sized Tesco supermarket on Magdalen Street (which was next to a smaller Sainsbury's supermarket - not sure if the Sainsbury's is still there). Worcester is also well-situated for the big Far East Asian store on Hythe Bridge Street :yes:
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(Original post by yuningzhang)
I am major in Economics and Management. I would like to choose a college that can offer me all three years of accommodation for undergraduate studies, I would like a college that is friendly to international students (I am from China). I do not care about the location, as long as there are supermarkets or shops or malls nearby that I can feed myself.
If i remember, there's a thread here about the pros and cons of the different colleges, go fishing and you'll find it. Welcome to Oxford and UK as a whole, I hope you like rain!
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Worcester College can accommodate you for three years and is near a decent-sized Tesco supermarket on Magdalen Street (which was next to a smaller Sainsbury's supermarket - not sure if the Sainsbury's is still there). Worcester is also well-situated for the big Far East Asian store on Hythe Bridge Street :yes:
thanks, but I looked up for the admission rate and finally chose St Hugh's, just asking, do you know anything about it? I considered Worcester but I was hesitating between it and St Hugh's, then my mom came to me and said: You just pick one! Cause you are not going to get an offer, just pick! Then I went with St Hugh's.
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(Original post by CatInTheCorner)
If i remember, there's a thread here about the pros and cons of the different colleges, go fishing and you'll find it. Welcome to Oxford and UK as a whole, I hope you like rain!
Yes I went to it, thanks!
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(Original post by yuningzhang)
I am major in Economics and Management. I would like to choose a college that can offer me all three years of accommodation for undergraduate studies, I would like a college that is friendly to international students (I am from China). I do not care about the location, as long as there are supermarkets or shops or malls nearby that I can feed myself.
I'm planning to apply to Somerville, I heard it has all three years accommodation and it's pretty friendly as well, so you can check Somerville out!
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(Original post by yuningzhang)
thanks, but I looked up for the admission rate and finally chose St Hugh's, just asking, do you know anything about it? I considered Worcester but I was hesitating between it and St Hugh's, then my mom came to me and said: You just pick one! Cause you are not going to get an offer, just pick! Then I went with St Hugh's.
I've never been to St Hugh's as I was always too lazy to walk/get the bus there, but it's meant to be quite pretty
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I'm planning to apply to Somerville, I heard it has all three years accommodation and it's pretty friendly as well, so you can check Somerville out!
sorry, Somerville does not have my major
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I've never been to St Hugh's as I was always too lazy to walk/get the bus there, but it's meant to be quite pretty
thanks a lot!
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