• University of Oxford

    Established: 1096

University of Oxford

Introduction

The high point of academic study in the UK, and in some areas the world. Oxford really needs no introduction, so here are a few more general points of information. The city and university are in the south of England, roughly an hour from London and the university is arranged into a system of colleges which are more than simply places to sleep. They offer academic support and guidance as well as social activities.

Potential applicants need to realise that Oxford are only looking for the very best students in the various fields, so consider whether that statement refers to you. The requirements both academically and linguistically are highly exacting, but if you truly are the best, then Oxford is the only destination for you.

Popular Courses:

Science, Medicine, Law, the Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences

Full list of available course areas:

  • Architecture/Civil Engineering
  • Biosciences
  • Chemistry/ Chemical Engineering/ Material Science
  • Computing/IT
  • Economics
  • English/ English Literature
  • Agriculture
  • International Relations/Politics
  • Linguistics/ Languages
  • Law
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Medicine/Dentistry/Veterinary
  • Music
  • Pharmacy
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Social Sciences
  • Translating and Interpreting
  • Drama/ Performance/Theatre
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  • Times Ranking: 2
  • Guardian Ranking: 2
  • Independent Ranking: 2
  • Average PGT fee: £21000
  • Annual living costs: £14500
  • Entry Requirements
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  • Student Numbers
  • UG: 11752
  • PGR: 5371
  • PGT: 4250

  • International: -
  • Philippines: -
  • Scholarship Available: No
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