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Merton College (in full: The House or College of Scholars of Merton in the University of Oxford) is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England.
The college, situated on Merton Street between Merton College and Christ Church, is one of the smallest in Oxford by student population, having . Pattenden, Philip (1979). Sundials at an Oxford College.
The college, situated on Merton Street between Merton College and Christ Church, is one of the smallest in Oxford by student population, having around 230 undergraduates and 120 graduates . Corpus Wins University Challenge – Oxford News.
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A typical week at Oxford and at a leading US college would probably be very different.
The tutorial system is a speciality of Oxford, where students spend time with experts every week of their course. Oxford is also renowned for its collegiate system, as the University is made up of colleges, typically with a few hundred students in each. A typical week at Oxford and at a leading US college would probably be very different. In the US, you would probably spend a lot of time in structured classes in fairly large groups.