United Kingdom

University of Oxford

Key Information

Rank 2 Location Oxford, England Established 1096 International Students 15.6%
Famous Courses Humanities, Law, MBA International Fees £23,105-30,540

University of Oxford UK

University of Oxford Was Established in 1096 as the Oldest University in the English speaking World and 2nd-oldest university in continuous operation. Within the university, all of the colleges are self-governing institutions, each with its own membership, internal organisation, and activities. Every student is a part of a college. It lacks a central campus, and its buildings and facilities are dispersed around the city. Lectures, small-group tutorials at the colleges and halls, seminars, laboratory work, and occasionally additional tutorials given by the central University make up undergraduate education at Oxford.

The University of Oxford received a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework, and its graduates have some of the greatest job prospects in the UK. Oxford graduates earn an average of about £43,000 five years after graduation. In addition, the University has the largest proportion of students who receive 2:1s or higher, as well as the highest proportion of students who receive firsts in the UK.

Service For International Students

The International Office at Oxford offers a variety of services to applicants and students, including general information on studying at Oxford, visas and immigration, and living in the United Kingdom. It is also in charge of conducting foreign interviews and the international orientation programme at the start of the year. For international students, the Oxford Language Centre provides specialised language assistance. The college administration can also provide personal assistance.

Ranking

  • Ranked 2nd position  in the Times University Guide 2022
  • Ranked 1st position  in the Guardian University Guide 2022
  • Ranked 2nd position in the Quacquarelli Symonds  World University Rankings 2022
  • Ranked 1st position in THE World University Rankings 2022
  • Ranked 7th  position in the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2021

Accommodation

The Accommodation Services team at the University is dedicated to assisting you in finding housing that meets your needs and budget. All incoming overseas students at Sheffield Hallam are guaranteed university housing. All housing is conveniently located near the campuses and city centre, ensuring security, comfort, and good value for money. Halls are self-catered homes that are operated in collaboration with the University by landlords.

Location

Oxford is a 150,000-person city in the south of England, roughly 90 minutes south of London. The Radcliffe Camera, which dates from the mid-eighteenth century, reflects every architectural period in England from the Saxon invasion.

Oxford is known as the "city of dreaming spires," a term used by poet Matthew Arnold to characterise the harmonic beauty of the University of Oxford architecture.

Alumni

  • 26 British PM 
  • USA President Bill Clinton
  • Tim Berners-Lee (Inventor of the WWW)
  • At least twelve saints and Twenty Archbishops of Canterbury
  • 50 Olympic Medalist
  • 27 Nobel Prize Winners
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Course

Under graduate

  • Advanced Computer Science

Post graduate

  • Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition
  • Applied Landscape Archaeology
  • Ancient Philosophy
  • African Studies
  • Advanced Computer Science

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Scholarship

Available to applicants who are Japanese nationals and wish to begin any full-time or part-time graduate study at Oxford

Intake

The following dates of the session of 2021-22 have been reported by the official academic calendar uploaded on the University of Oxford's website.

ACADEMIC YEAR 2021/2022

EVENTS

DATES

MICHAELMAS TERM

10 October - 4 December

Hilary 2022

16 January - 12 March

Trinity 2022

24 April - 18 June

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