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St Clare's Oxford

St Clare’s Oxford was founded by Anne Dreydel OBE and Pamela Morris in 1953 and grew out of a scheme to establish links between British and European students after  the Second World War.

“Offering students from all over the world the opportunity to pursue a first-class education in Oxford.”
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The College grew quickly to encompass a wide range of programmes, both at university and pre-university level and in English Language. Now the longest established International Baccalaureate (IB) World School in England, St Clare’s Oxford welcomes students from over 40 nationalities, remaining faithful to its original mission which is to advance international education and understanding.

St Clare’s IB students are achieving exceptional grades and are being offered places at Oxbridge and Russell Group universities but others get bitten by the international bug, stimulated by the friendships they have made and the language skills and cultural knowledge they have effortlessly acquired, and go on to top universities all around the world.

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Posted: 15.04.2020
Tags:   central england   co-ed school   senior school
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