- Oxford University grew rapidly from 1167 when which king banned English students from attending the University of Paris?
- Which museum on Beaumont Street, Oxford, is Britain's first public museum?
- Which international postgraduate award for students to study was established in 1903, and is the oldest graduate scholarship in the world?
- Margaret Thatcher studied chemistry at which college?
- Which circular building in the heart of Oxford was designed by James Gibbs in the mid 18th century to house a science library?
- Which college features Tom Quad, the largest quadrangle in Oxford, and the Great Dining Hall which was also the seat of King Charles I's parliament in the English Civil War?
- Which Oxford educated British Prime Minister also served as a lecturer at the age of 21, which made him one of the youngest Oxford dons of the century?
- What name is given to the Thames river as it flows through Oxford?
- Which Oxford college comes first alphabetically?
- The University Museum of Natural History holds the most complete remains found anywhere in the world of which extinct bird?
- Can you name the main research library which is also one of the oldest libraries in Europe?
- Henry II
- The Ashmolean Museum
- The Rhodes Scholarship
- Somerville College
- The Radcliffe Camera
- Christ Church
- Harold Wilson
- Balliol College
- The Bodleian Library
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