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University of Oxford

Oxford, Oxfordshire

GBR

iSC Global Rank:

7

School:

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About

Established in 1906, Oxford University is an attraction for scholars worldwide. It is among the top research universities on the planet. Located in Wellington Square, Oxford, United Kingdom, the University lies 90 km northwest of London. The university is affiliated with various prestigious institutions such as the International Alliance of Research Universities, Russell Group, Europaeum, European University Association, Golden Triangle, G5, League of European Research Universities (LERU), Science and Engineering South (SES), and Universities UK.

Oxford University has four academic divisions - Humanities Division, Mathematical, Physical & Life Sciences Division, Medical Sciences Division, and Social Sciences Division. Every year, more than 25,000 students seek admission to this educational hub to pave their paths towards a successful career. Some of the most prominent majors provided by Oxford University include Arts and Humanities, Natural Sciences, Life Sciences, Management, Medicine, and Computer Science. 

The campus is home to various gardens, libraries and museums like the Ashmolean Museum (Museum of Art & Archaeology), Pitt River Museum and Bodleian Library which contains more than 13 million library items.    You would need a versatile resume to be eligible for admission to Oxford. Firstly, IELTS is a mandatory test for admission to this University. Moreover, you will also need decent academic, GRE, and GMAT scores to pave your way into this prestigious university. 

The students and staff at Oxford University come from all over the world. Oxford University's notable alumni include a network of over 250,000 individuals, including over 120 Olympic medalists, 26 Nobel Prize winners, seven poets laureates, and over 30 modern world leaders (including Bill Clinton, Aung San Suu Kyi, Indira Gandhi, and 26 UK Prime Ministers).

Ranking & Accolades

7

iSC Global

Regional

2

iSC Regional

U.S. News

5

U.S. News

QS

2

QS

Times

1

Times

    1. Oxford University ranks “#2” in “The Complete University Guide - University Ranking.”
    2. Oxford University is ranked “#1” in “World University Rankings” by “Times Higher Education.”
    3. The university ranks “#2” in “Top Universities” by “QS World University Rankings.”
    4. Oxford ranks “#5” in “Best Global Universities” by “U.S. News & World Report.”
    5. It is ranked “#1” in “The Guardian - University Rankings.”

Admission

Here's what The Oxford University looks for in a student during the selection process. Learn about The Oxford University's admission criteria, rate, and requirements below.

Acceptance Rate17.5 %

Undergraduate

Application Fee

75 GBP

Minimum GPA

-

SAT Range

-

ACT Range

-

IELTS Range

7 - 7.5

TOEFL Range

100 (iBT)

PTE Range

-

Graduate

Application Fee

75 GBP

Minimum GPA

-

GRE Range

-

GMAT Range

-

IELTS Range

6.5 - 7.5

TOEFL Range

100 (iBT)

PTE Range

-

Courses

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Advanced Computer Science

Masters

Degree

1 year

Tenure

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Tuition Fee

Advanced Computer Science

Masters

Degree

1 year

Tenure

-

Tuition Fee

Advanced Computer Science

Masters

Degree

1 year

Tenure

-

Tuition Fee

Advanced Computer Science

Masters

Degree

1 year

Tenure

-

Tuition Fee

Fees

The cost is an important aspect of choosing your dream college. Get detailed information about Oxford University’s tuition fees, living expenses, and financial aid opportunities below. 

Note: All the costs mentioned below are average costs annually

Undergraduate

Tuition Fee

32,716 GBP

Cost of Attendance

36,316 GBP

Scholarships

-

Accomodation

3,600 GBP

Graduate

Tuition Fee

-

Cost of Attendance

32,181 GBP

Scholarships

-

Accomodation

4,800 GBP

Highlights

Find miscellaneous information about students, campus, and faculty of Oxford University below.

Total Students

24000

International Students

45%

Student Gender Distribution

Male

Male

54%

Female

Female

46%

Student Faculty Ratio

Students

11

:

Faculty

1

Graduation Rate

-

Avg. Earning after Graduation (annually)

-

Accomodation for Undergrad

Available (On-Campus)

Accomodation for Grad

Available (On-Campus)

Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education

Approved

Additional Info

The 18th century was the era of scientific discovery for the university. Edmond Halley, who was granted a master’s degree from Oxford, predicted the return of the comet that bears his name — Halley’s Comet.

Application Process

Online

International Email

enquiries@devoff.ox.ac.uk

International Phone

+44 1865270000

Website

https://www.ox.ac.uk/

Location

Frequently Asked Questions

Most asked questions related to the university

How much does studying at Oxford University cost?
Oxford University fees and descriptions usually vary with the courses offered. Undergraduate courses for students from the UK or the Republic of Ireland costs £9,250 per annum. However, students from EU/EEA, Switzerland, or overseas will have to pay between £26,770 and £37,510 per annum, depending on the course.
How to apply to Oxford University?
The application deadlines depend upon the program you choose. For graduate students, international applications for the fall semester must be submitted before 31st November. Undergrads must submit it before 31st October. For the spring semester, the deadline is generally mid-June. You can also search for the deadlines on the university website.
How does Oxford University work?
The University of Oxford is made up of 39 Oxford Colleges. They are all financially independent and self-governing but relate to Oxford University. Besides, there are six permanent private halls, like colleges but smaller, founded by particular Christian bodies. These infrastructures contribute to the excellence behind all the research-related achievements of Oxford.
Who can study at Oxford University?

Candidates from all over the world are encouraged to apply to the University. Anyone can apply to Oxford University, given they have the needed qualifications and thirst for knowledge.

How long does Oxford University take to reply?

After submitting the applications, Oxford University takes 8 to 10 weeks to decide. In some exceptional cases, the waiting period can increase.