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The Bodleian Libraries, together with the Saïd Business School Alumni Relations Office and the University of Oxford Alumni Office, are proud to bring you an exceptional collection of library databases, selected to enrich your access to a high quality and broad range of information resources for your lifelong learning and continued scholarly engagement.

High School students go on life-changing service trips to destinations around the world, including Cambodia, Ethiopia, Kenya, India, Nepal, and Zambia.

Committed to academic excellence, we have made our natural and cultural setting in Europe our classroom since 1956.

We are proud to employ gifted, passionate teachers who encourage intellectual curiosity and demand the most from their students.

Our Global Service Program transforms lives by providing every student a unique opportunity to connect across borders through comprehensive experiences that build empathy and encourage personal responsibility.

As global levels of peace continue to deteriorate, it is our hope that TASIS will forever serve as a sanctuary for students from all over the world.

From our excellent Core Knowledge Curriculum in the Elementary School to an International Baccalaureate Diploma Program and more than 15 Advanced Placement courses in the High School, our academic program is designed to challenge all students.

Access the very latest full text of thousands of key academic journals and scholarly articles in the fields of business, management and economics, via a powerful multi-field search interface.

with its deeper and more extensive coverage of trade and industry publications, and is a major source of trade and industry news for business professionals.

If you already have an Oxford Alumni Account (OAO) please do use that account details to log in here and Join the OBA Network, you will then be able to access the Library Database without re-registering.

In addition to enjoying the convenience of remote access to these resources, as a University of Oxford alumnus/a you may also visit a number of the Bodleian Libraries (upon application for a Bodleian reader's card), where you will have continued on-site access to hundreds of databases across all subject fields, including more than 70,000 e- journals and 500,000 e-books.

Access is only available via registration to the OBA Network.