St Antony's College
St Antony's College prides itself on being the most cosmopolitan of the University of Oxford's postgraduate-only colleges. This is in no small part due to approximately half of its graduates coming from overseas, with English as their second language.
Originally founded in 1950, following a gift from French merchant Antonin Besse, and named after St Anthony of Egypt, St Antony's College specialises in international relations, economics, politics and history. It has since seen many alumni occupy senior roles in governments and institutions worldwide.