'A university should be a centre of light, liberty, and learning,' they say.
The University of Oxford proves to be the best example for the same. Established in 1096 Oxford University is the oldest University in English speaking world. The university has worked hard to maintain the legacy from so many years. Diligence and dedication have brought Oxford on the 1st rank in the world for delivering great quality education for the 6th consecutive year.
The University of Oxford has an outstanding global reputation for its teaching, research and contribution to society. They combine a rich history and heritage with a modern university's inventive and forward-thinking attitude. Oxford offers more than 350 graduate courses across the discipline, with courses opening new areas every year. This includes taught courses and research courses available for full-time and part-time study, and at every level from diplomas to doctorate. Some of the best courses taught in Oxford University include Linguistics, History, Medicine, Biomedical Sciences, Natural Sciences, Archaeology and Anthropology, Computer Science & Information Systems, Law & Legal studies.
Oxford holds am extremely good reputation for offering the excellent master’s in the legal education. The University of Oxford is one of the world’s top research universities and boats world-class facilities for study and research. It is famous for its research excellence and innovation, and home to some of the most talented researchers in the world.
Oxford University is located in the Oxford city which lies along the upper course of the river Thames in the North-Western area. Oxford being a small city, can easily explored on foot, by bike or in bus. It is also well-known for being a safe city. It has a Purple flag status and the Complete University Guide ranks Oxford in its top ten safest student cities in the world. Oxford offers us Green spaces abound, ranging from huge expanses of Port Meadow and Shortover Hills, the university Parks, Christ Church Meadow, South Park to miles of tranquil waterside walks and many other peaceful corners. In addition to its educational institution, Oxford is also home to motor manufacturing, publishing and a huge number of science and technology based companies. As there are hundreds of cafes, bars and restaurants, music venues, theaters, shops, pubs and clubs catering to this vibrant and cosmopolitan community.
Oxford University thrives, not just due to strong levels of research funding, and remarkable intimate teaching environment, but primarily due to the talent on its campus and that makes Oxford University a magnet for global talent, alluring the brightest students and the talented faculty across the world. Arguably the network of people that you will meet at Oxford gives a value far beyond the teaching alone. Although the teaching quality is excellent and the tutorial groups are smaller, you can expect to be tutored in groups of two or three, which gives you more contact time with experts, versus in a class of 10 or 20 that might be the norm elsewhere. Students graduating from the Oxford University avail the best jobs opportunities in the UK. Major firms come to Oxford to run interviews. One can learn the discipline of working hard and achieving their goals as ‘Success isn’t just about what you accomplish in your life. It’s about what you inspire others to do’.