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Complete information about the University of Oxford in the UK 2021

 Complete information about the University of Oxford in the UK 2021


The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world and is considered one of the world's leading academic institutions

Oxford University has 38 independent colleges and 6 permanent private halls.

It is a British research university in the Russell Group, and a member of the Coimbra (a network of leading European universities).

The Association of European Research Universities (LERU), also a core member of Europaeum. From an academic point of view

Oxford University is consistently ranked in the UK's best universities and the five best universities in the world.

Oxford University Ranking

1st place in the Times Higher Education University Rankings 2020
Second place in the Times University Guide 2020
3rd place in the Guardian University Guide 2020
4th place in the QS World University Rankings 2020
The University of Oxford is considered one of the best universities in the world and belongs to the elite group of six "super brand" universities according to world rankings.

The University of Oxford is also ranked first in the UK for the quality of its research. 48% of the university's research is rated as a top 4 * while 39% is rated as 3 *.

Oxford also ranked # 1 on 12 subjects for world-leading research volume.
Oxford is consistently ranked in the top five universities in the world

Advantages of education at Oxford University

The University of Oxford is ranked Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework, and career prospects continue for graduates from top universities in the UK.

Five years after graduation, the average salary for Oxford University graduates is around £ 43,000.

One of Oxford's unique advantages for students is its one-on-one weekly educational program, in which undergraduates spend an hour with an expert in their field.

The university is also home to the Bodleian Library, which is the second largest in the UK after the British Library.

International students are currently enrolled from over 140 different countries and study a wide range of subjects, and make up 1/3 of the student body.

Oxford University and services for international students
The International Office at Oxford provides a wide range of services to applicants and students, including advice on general inquiries about studying at the University of Oxford, visas and immigration, for living in the UK.

He is also responsible for conducting the internationally and internationally speaking mentoring program at the beginning of the year. Oxford Language Center provides specific language support for international students.
Personal support can also be found in the college administration.

Residence at Oxford University

The 38 colleges that make up the University of Oxford provide accommodation for all first-year undergraduate students. These colleges are not only hostels, but they also have a great responsibility for teaching undergraduate students.

A typical college consists of a dining hall, chapel, library, university bar, upper and middle (postgraduate) and junior common rooms.

And rooms for undergraduates from 200-400 plus dormitories for the president and other students.

College buildings vary from medieval to modern, but most consist of interconnected squares.

Oxford tuition costs

Oxford University enrollment costs range from 23,105 to 30,540 pounds

Oxford University Notable Alumni
The University of Oxford has an alumni network of more than 250,000 individuals, including more than 120 Olympic medalists and 26 Nobel Prize winners.

Seven poets, more than 30 leaders of the modern world (Bill Clinton, Aung San Suu Kyi, Indira Gandhi and 26 British Prime Ministers).

The university is associated with 11 Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry, five in Physics and 16 in Medicine.

Notable Oxford thinkers and scholars include Tim Berners-Lee (inventor of the Web), Stephen Hawking, and Richard Dawkins.

Actors Hugh Grant and Rosamund Pike, writers Oscar Wilde, Graham Greene, Vikram Seth and Philip Pullman.

26 British Prime Ministers, most recently David Cameron
President Bill Clinton
Tim Berners-Lee (Inventor of the Web)
50 Olympic Medal Winners
27 Nobel laureates across all six categories
Where is Oxford University located?
The university is located in the Oxford area in the south of England, about 90 minutes from London, and has a population of 150,000.

Buildings in Oxford reflect every English architectural period since the arrival of the Saxons.

Oxford is known as the “City of Dream Towers,” a term coined by poet Matthew Arnold in reference to the harmonious architecture of the buildings of the University of Oxford.

Oxford University address:

Wellington Square
United kingdom

contact numbers :

Telephone: +44 1865 270000
Fax: +44 1865 270708

Oxford University website: Oxford Web University