There is no doubt about University of Oxford, to be one of the best school in world and also in UK, university of Oxford has maintained his name for centuries, which has given them the edge the competitors over the coming years.
The University of Oxford is located in South East England, Oxfordshire. The reputation for teaching has been recognized with a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 25,910 students are enrolled at the University of Oxford:
The university provides a number of combined honours programs that combine two undergraduate topics, as is typical in the United Kingdom. There are 250 undergraduate degree combinations in all. Although it is no longer exclusive to Oxford, the mix of philosophy, politics, and economics is a particularly renowned degree programme on offer.
Undergraduates and postgraduates are members of a college and frequently reside on campus or in college-owned housing. The college is also the center of social life and recreational activities, such as rowing, cultural events, and societies.
More than 30 world leaders, 27 British prime ministers, 50 Nobel prizewinners and 120 Olympic medallists were educated at university of Oxford. Stephen Hawking, Hugh Grant and Indira Gandhi are some of its famous graduates.
University of Oxford students statistics
- 17,310 of these students come from the UK
- 2,595 come from other EU countries
- And 6,000 are students from non-EU countries.
Most Breathtaking Architecture
The most beautiful campus I’ve ever seen. While walking downtown be careful not to walk onto the street accidentally, you will be so enamoured with the architecture you won’t be able to look away! I highly recommend taking a guided tour, the history of the town and its relation to the university is incredibly interesting.
Courses on University of Oxford
- African & Middle Eastern studies
- Anatomy, physiology & pathology
- Asian studies
- Computer science
- Economics English studies
- European languages & studies
- Fine art
- French studies
- General engineering
- German & Scandinavian studies
- Human & social geography
- Iberian studies
- Italian studies
- Linguistics & classics
- Mathematics & statistics
- Molecular biology, biophysics & biochemistry
- Operational research
- Physical geography & environmental science
- Physical sciences
- Physics & astronomy
- Theology & religious studies