University of Oxford ,,UK

  • Oxford,UK

The University Of Oxford, established in 1096 and situated in Oxford, England, is the oldest university in the English speaking world. In less than a century, Oxford had achieved an important set of learning and won the praises of popes, kings, and sages by virtue of its antiquity, curriculum, a philosophical system, and privileges. Throughout the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, Oxford has added a serious new analysis capability within the natural and applied sciences, together with medication.

The University’s estate has been growing at around 5% per annum for the last 15 years. Over the past eight decades, Oxford has been making significant contributions to society not only locally but nationally and internationally as well. Oxford has situated about 60 miles north-west of London and today there are around 240 buildings across 13 sites in and around Oxford.

Oxford currently has a total enrollment of nearly 24,000 students including 11,930 undergraduates and 11,813 postgraduates. The majority of undergraduate students studying in Oxford come from state schools and the university also offers 350 different graduate degree programs. A world-class, modern, and research-driven university, Oxford is also ranked in the top six globally in engineering, life sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities.

Oxford has a strong alumni base of more than 350,000 alumni spread across almost every country on the planet. Oxford's research activity involves more than 70 departments, the colleges, more than 1,800 academic staff, more than 5,500 research and research support staff

The University’s estate has been growing at around 5% per annum for the last 15 years. Over the past eight decades, Oxford has been making significant contributions to society not only locally but nationally and internationally as well. Oxford has situated about 60 miles north-west of London and today there are around 240 buildings across 13 sites in and around Oxford.

Oxford currently has a total enrollment of nearly 24,000 students including 11,930 undergraduates and 11,813 postgraduates. The majority of undergraduate students studying in Oxford come from state schools and the university also offers 350 different graduate degree programs. A world-class, modern, and research-driven university, Oxford is also ranked in the top six globally in engineering, life sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities.

Oxford has a strong alumni base of more than 350,000 alumni spread across almost every country on the planet. Oxford's research activity involves more than 70 departments, the colleges, more than 1,800 academic staff, more than 5,500 research and research support staff, and more than 6,100 graduate research students. From the past 800 years, Oxford has been producing some notable leaders such as Albert Einstein, Tony Blair, Bill Clinton, Hugh Grant, to name a few.

Year of establishment1096
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Total International Students6772
Male/Female Ratio0.86
UG/PG Course Ratio2.18
Endowments ValuePound Sterling 6 billion
No.of Campuses1
Yearly Hostel & Meals Expense7189 Pound
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University of Oxford Popular Programmes in this University

MBA/PGDM
66.44 L

#4 THE (Times Higher Education)

MS
23.25 L - 41.07 L
MIM
24.79 L - 49.35 L
B.E. / B.Tech
36.57 L - 39.56 L
MBBS
37.32 L
BBA
32.93 L

#1 The Guardian

MFA
27.84 L

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CoursesDuration1st Year Tuition Fees
MBA/PGDM(1 Courses)(12 months)Pound 65.52 K
MS(34 Courses)(9 months-3 years)Pound 22.93 K - 40.5 K
MIM(8 Courses)(9-21 months)Pound 24.45 K - 48.67 K
B.E. / B.Tech(5 Courses)(3-4 years)Pound 36.06 K - 39.01 K
MBBS(1 Courses)(6 years)Pound 36.8 K
BBA(1 Courses)(3 years)Pound 32.48 K
MFA(1 Courses)(9 months)Pound 27.46 K

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MBA/PGDM(1 Courses)

: Accepted

: Accepted

: 7.5 & Above

MS(34 Courses)

: 7.0-7.5

MIM(8 Courses)

: 7.5 & Above

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: Accepted

B.E. / B.Tech(5 Courses)

: 7.0-7.5

: 66.0-76.0

MBBS(1 Courses)

: 7.5 & Above

: 76.0 & Above

BBA(1 Courses)

: 7.5 & Above

: 76.0 & Above

MFA(1 Courses)

: 7.5 & Above

University of Oxford Admissions

Oxford stands as the oldest university in the world of English-speaking countries. A historic institution, it is famous for its unique teaching methodologies. Though there is no defined establishment date of the university, its teachings were still debated in 1096, which swiftly grew from 1167 onward. It has been producing numerous industrial, social, and business leaders for more than 800 years now.

Known for its rich cultural museums and libraries as well as arts and humanities studies, Oxford has received awards for Engineering, Life Sciences, and Social Sciences from 2011–2016. The university houses over 41% international students and 48% international academic staff. Oxford alone has more than 275,000 alumni from almost every country. Studying at the University of Oxford is a d

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On-campus Accommodation

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  • Colleges provide accommodation for all undergraduate students during their first year of study and for at least one other year of their course
  • There are about 30 different colleges. Each one has its own dining hall, bar, common room and library, and lots of college groups and societies.
  • The University of Oxford provides on-campus accommodation to its postgraduate students also
  • Graduate students can choose from standard rooms, en-suite or flats to live in
Includes accommodation £599.08/ Month
Off-campus Accommodation

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  • The average rent is 850 to 1050 pounds/month
  • The residence type includes studio apartments, 3 bedroom apartments, 4 bedroom apartments and shared apartments
  • The student residences are fully furnished with all the basic amenities such as electricity, water and unlimited internet access included in the rent
  • Bike storage is also available in most of the apartments
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Average 1st Year Tuition Cost
MS INR 21.3 L
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MIM INR 19.9 L
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MA INR 18.5 L
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BBA INR 17.4 L
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BE/Btech INR 19.5 L
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BSc INR 21 L
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MBA INR 21 L
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MArch INR 18.5 L
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BHM INR 14 L
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MBBS INR 34.7 L
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MEM INR 18.5 L
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MPharm INR 18.9 L
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MFA INR 17.5 L
Average Hostel & Meals Expense

INR 5.9 L (based on 221 colleges listed on Studyabroad.shiksha.com)

Average Admission Exam ScoresTOEFL: 89
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IELTS: 6.5
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PTE: 60
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GMAT: 590
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Location
University CityOxford, Oxfordshire, UK
Size of cityMedium
Population of City1,70,350
Wikipedia Linkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxford
Campuses
High Street, Oxford, OX1 4AL
Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3BJ
St Giles, Oxford, OX1 3LY
Radcliffe Square, Oxford, OX1 4AJ

University of Oxford FAQs

Q. What is the Oxford University acceptance rate?

A. As per the official statistics released by Oxford University, the undergraduate courses recorded an acceptance rate of 16.79% for 2019-2020. The graduate programmes recorded an acceptance rate of 18.51% for the same year at the university.

Q. How difficult is it to get admission to Oxford University?

A. Well, with an acceptance rate of 17% admission to the University of Oxford is tough and includes candidates having to go through multiple stringent admission rounds as part of the application process. Candidates can check out the University of Oxford FAQs on our website. 

Q. What is the current Oxford University world ranking?

A. As per QS World University Rankings 2022, the University of Oxford has been ranked #2 with an overall score of 99.5. As per the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2022 the university has been ranked #1 and as per US News & World Report 2022 Best Global Universities Rankings - the University of Oxford has been ranked #5 with a global score of 87.1.

Q. How many colleges are there at Oxford University?

A. Oxford University is made up of more than 30 different colleges. Colleges are academic communities, where students usually have their tutorials. Each college has its own dining hall, common room and library, and lots of college groups and societies. Read Oxford University Courses & Fees

Q. What is the cost of studying at the University of Oxford?

A. As per the official university website, the cost of studying at Oxford University at the undergraduate level is between £29,460 and £37,510 for a single year. The cost of studying at the University of Oxford at the postgraduate level is between £24,450 and £29,160. Candidates can check out the Oxford University fee calculator on the official website.

Q. Can a student study at Oxford University for free?

A. The University of Oxford has a range of scholarships, financial aid and support for students to help manage their finances during their studies at the university. However, studying at the University of Oxford for free is next to impossible. Candidates can also check out study abroad scholarships on our official website. 

Q. What is the cost of living at Oxford University?

A. The cost of living at Oxford University would require students to spend on, Food: £3,360 - £4,800, Accommodation: £7,860 - £9,480, Personal items: £1,560 - £3,000, Social activities: £540 - £1,380, Study costs: £540 - £1,200 and miscellaneous: £240 - £660 for an academic year (this is low range - high range of the rates of the activity. 

Q. What are the popular courses at the University of Oxford?

A. As per the university statistics, at the undergraduate level maximum number of students enrolled in the following courses at the university, Economics & Management, Computer Science, Medicine, Maths & Computer Science and Biomedical Sciences (2018-2020). At the postgraduate level for 2019-2020, Social Sciences, Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences and Humanities received the maximum number of applications.

Q. When was the University of Oxford established?

A. There is no clear date of foundation, but teaching existed at Oxford in some form in 1096 and developed rapidly from 1167. A unique and historic institution, Oxford University is the oldest university in the English-speaking world. 

Q. Who are the famous Oxford University Notable Alumni?

A. The famous Oxford University notable alumni include, Indira Gandhi, former Prime Minister of India; Dr Manmohan Singh, former Prime Minister of India; Chief Justice Mrs Sujata Vasant Manohar, former Judge of the Supreme Court of India; V S Naipaul, Nobel Prize-winning author, Mansoor Ali Khan ('Tiger') Pataudi, captain of the Indian cricket team and Vikram Seth, author among several others. Read List of Oxford University Notable Alumni.

Q. Is Oxford better than Harvard?

A. This entirely depends on the parameters that are important to the applicant. If you talk about world university ranking, then QS World University Rankings 2022 has ranked the University of Oxford at No. 2 with an overall score of 99.5 and Harvard University at No. 5 with an overall score of 98. While the US News & World Report - Best Global Universities Rankings 2022, ranked the University of Oxford at #5 with a global score of 87.1 and Harvard University at # 1 with a global score of 100.

Q. Why makes Oxford University famous?

A. Gifted men and women have studied or taught at the University throughout its history. Among them are 28 British Prime Ministers, at least 30 international leaders, 55 Nobel Prize winners, and 120 Olympic medal winners, which are the top reasons that make the University of Oxford one of the most revered study abroad destinations.

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