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Study Tour: learn from the history of Oxford University

Study Tour: learn from the history of Oxford University

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Study Tour: learn from the history of Oxford University 
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As the University of Oxford, known Worldwide and is a symbol of Britain and the educational system that I thought I would write about the famous alumni and history. The University of Oxford does not have a clear date of foundation. Teaching at Oxford in some form in 1096.

Expulsion of foreigners from the University of Paris in 1167 caused many English scholars to come back from France and settled in Oxford. The historian Gerald of Wales lectured to graduate in 1188, and the first known foreign scholar, Emo Friesland, arrived in 1190. Head of the University was made chancellor of 1201, and the master is recognized as a university or company in 1231.

The students associated together, on the basis of geographical origins, into two "states", which represents the North (including Scotland) and South (including Irish and Welsh). In the later centuries, geographical origins continued to influence many students 'affiliations' when membership of a college or a custom space in Oxford. Members of religious orders, including Dominicans, Franciscans, Carmelites, and Augustinians, settled in Oxford in the mid-13th century, gained influence, and kept house for students. At around the same time, private benefactors established colleges to serve as an independent scientific community.

Among the earliest was William of Durham, who in 1249 was awarded the University College, and John I de Balliol, father of the future King of Scotland: Balliol College bears his name. Another founder, Walter de Merton, a chancellor of England and later Bishop of Rochester, devised a set of rules for campus life; Merton College to become a model for companies such as Oxford and the University of Cambridge. After that, an increasing number of students who left the hall and live in religious houses in favor of life in college.

The new learning of the Renaissance greatly influenced Oxford from the starting end of the 15th century. Among university graduates is William Grocyn period, which contributed to the rise of the Greek language, and John Colet, noted biblical scholar. With the Reformation and breaking ties with the Roman Catholic Church, Catholic scholar from Oxford rebels fled to the continent of Europe, settling primarily in Douai university.
Study Tour: learn from the history of Oxford University 

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Methods of teaching at the university changed from medieval scholastic method to Renaissance education, although institutions associated with the university lands and income losses. In 1636, Chancellor William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, codified the university statute, is to a large extent remained the university regulations set until the mid-19th century. Praising is also responsible for granting charters to secure the rights to Oxford University Press, and he made significant contributions to the Bodleian Library, the main university library.

The University is a center of Royalist Party during the English Civil War (1642 1649), while the town favored the cause of Parliamentary opponents. From beyond the mid-18th century, however, the University of Oxford took little part in political conflict.

Mid-nineteenth century saw the impact of the Oxford Movement (1833 1845), led among others by the future Cardinal Newman. Model the influence of reformed German university reached Oxford via key scholars such as Benjamin Jowett and Max M ller.
Study Tour: learn from the history of Oxford University 

Administrative reform during the 19th century, including the replacement of oral examinations with written entrance tests, greater tolerance for religious dissent, and the establishment of four women's colleges. Twentieth Century to the Privy Council decision (such as the abolition of compulsory daily worship, dissociation of the Regius Professorship of Hebrew clerical status, transfer to a theological college grants for other purposes) loosen the link with traditional beliefs and practices. Although the emphasis has traditionally been at the University of classical learning, the curriculum expanded in the course of the 19th century to include scientific and medical studies.

Mid-twentieth century saw many continental scholars, displaced by Nazism and Communism, move to Oxford.

List of scholars at the University of Oxford is long and includes many who have made a major contribution to British politics, science, medicine, and literature. More than forty Nobel laureates and more than fifty world leaders have been affiliated with the University of Oxford.
Study Tour: learn from the history of Oxford University

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