Study abroad opportunities are provided throughout the world, including in Oxford, Mexico, China, South Africa, and Southeast Asia.
Of these locations, 1 is a town, 3 are countries, and one is an area of collective countries.
I guess they want to give themselves some "wiggle room", at the same time impressing potential students with the chance to go to Oxford.
This wouldn't bother me so much, except it is the International Commerce group touting this.
Maybe they should be offering a course in international geography. Or just have some quizzes - find that country. I'll bet whoever wrote this believes Southeast Asia is a country.