Founded at the end of the 11th century, the University of Oxford is the oldest institution of higher education not only in Great Britain, but also in Europe. Today, more than a quarter of Oxford students are foreigners.
The University of Oxford (Oxford University or University of Oxford) has consistently held a leading position in the ranking of the best universities in the world, sometimes losing and sometimes overtaking its closest competitors – Cambridge and Harvard. Every year, millions of tourists come to watch the traditional May Day holiday in Oxford, see Christ Church College, where Harry Potter was filmed and Alice in Wonderland was written and enjoy the medieval atmosphere of a unique ancient university. Continue reading
The MIT Recreational Sports division offers students and members of the institute community a variety of leisure programs:
Every week, more than 40 various group classes are held in the campus, including yoga, Pilates, strength training, cycling, core-board classes and others;
Educational sports programs, including individual training in squash, swimming, ice skating, golf, classes with a trainer in the hall;
Capoeira, hip hop, belly dance, intense interval training and running; Continue reading
Harvard is the oldest educational institution in the United States, named after its first philanthropist, John Harvard. For many years, the University has been confidently holding the first place in the leading world rankings due to the quality of teaching and the scope of research, more than 40 Nobel laureates have studied or are teaching in its walls. The Harvard Library, which is the largest university library in the world, deserves special mention.
In addition, Harvard University has the largest donation fund among universities in the world and provides a significant number of scholarships. Continue reading