High Street is the soul of Oxford. More than 80 (%) of Oxford's colleges, churches and other attractions are along the street. Standing on the top of the tower of St. Mary's Cathedral, you can see his panorama. It's very spectacular. As long as you walk along the high street, you can fully appreciate the cultural connotation of Oxford. It is a landscape street that Oxford must take.
The main streets of Oxford, where you can see the Church of St. Mary's University and Queen's College, I personally think that the appearance of these two colleges can represent the characteristics of Oxford University City. Walking along this busy main road, you can experience the noise and long history of Oxford.
If you get off the train station, as soon as you leave the station, you will see the SIAD Business School in Oxford, a very modern building, and then you will follow Park End Street straight ahead, past a branch of the Isis River in Oxford, called the Thames River in other places, and stop at the intersection of New Road and Park End Street. 。 Why stop? Wait for your classmates who come by bus. After getting off at Central Bus Station, the Bus Rider turned right and walked to the intersection of New Road and Park End Street. After meeting the train rider, he formally started his journey. I'm good at making up scenes. ) A minute's walk along New Road, on the left side of the road, is Nuffield College, the first college to visit. This college is the headquarters of the Sociology Oxford School, and one of the world's sociological headquarters. The fellows in the related majors are better than one another. Here's a brief explanation of Oxford's College system. There are 38 colleges in Oxford, which are mainly responsible for your daily living and part of your academic life. Every Oxford student has a dual identity. One is a student of a certain specialty, the other is a student of a certain college. That is to say, in a college, students of any specialty will have it. All kinds of intramural competitions or activities will take place with the help of students. Colleges are units, not departments. The college will arrange the corresponding tutors for you. In addition to completing the required assignments in the department, you will also participate in the tutorial class to complete the assignments assigned by the tutors. OK, over, from a small wooden door to college. This college does not need money. You can look in the garden. In summer, there are wild ducks or something in the water lily pond. That's good. Come out of Nuffield and cross the road, Oxford Castle. For more information about this Castle, please refer to booklet for yourself. It takes about 20 minutes.
It's a quiet town street near the lake. It comes around the Spring Festival. It's rainy in Scotland in winter. There are few pedestrians in the wet high street. To tell you the truth, it's not a scenic spot. It's just a small commercial street. The police station is just on the street. This is another scene in summer holidays.