Why Choose University Of Oxford?
The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the UK and is considered a national institution; it is also the second oldest university in the world. There is a great amount of prestige surrounding being a student a Oxford, one that isn’t easily matched by other universities as this prestige comes is due to its history and world class reputation. Studying at Oxford can open doors that would otherwise be shut, or at least very difficult to open for many people, making it an excellent university to study at to really get the most out of your education.
What You Need To Know
When looking at applying to a university it’s best to have all the information you can to make an informed decision on whether this is the university for you. With that in mind, in this section we highlight some of the best things about the University of Oxford:
It consistently ranks in the top 10 universities in the world.
There are over 22,000 students studying at Oxford.
In the 2014-15 year, Oxford has the most generous no-strings attached financial support for UK and EU undergraduates from the lowest income households. Students from the lowest socio-economic background receive support through bursaries and fee reductions totalling almost £20,000 over three years.
Competition for securing a place at Oxford is fierce, to make sure you have the best chance, ensure your personal statement is the best it can be, ensure you have relevant work experience and extra-curricular activities to show that you’re not only academically excellent but are a well-rounded person.
Oxford has more world-leading graduates than any other UK university.
Oxford University has won nine Queen's Anniversary Prizes for Higher Education, more than any other university.
This is a very interesting but little known fact: Students who complete a bachelors degree at Oxford (or Cambridge) will be given a complementary masters degree 3 or 4 years later without any further study. The purpose of this is to reward students for how much harder a degree from Oxford or Cambridge is to complete.
Approximately one quarter of all students at Oxford are from overseas and they come from about 130 countries.
The university dates back to around 1096, although there is no clear date for the founding of the University. It started to become really popular in 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris.
What Opportunities Can University Of Oxford Offer You?
The University of Oxford has many opportunities to offer its students. The main benefit of studying a Oxford is the title and the networking. Networking is everything, it can land you your new dream job, and with an alumni like Oxford has, with prime ministers, authors, people at the top of their field in every discipline, networking is a real option, as they say, it’s not what you know, its who you know. The University of Oxford is recognised around the world as being on of the best universities in existence, and if you’re lucky enough to secure a place, the opportunities that could come your way around the world are almost endless.
If you have the opportunity to study at Oxford or Cambridge you should take it, the doors it could open in your future because of the networking and the prestige following the degree itself can help secure your career and future for life. The University of Oxford has an excellent reputation and some of the worlds leaders or pioneers who have shaped the world in other ways have studied here, and by studying here, you not only become a part of that heritage, but you yourself could be shaping the world in the not so different future. Be aware that application closing dates for Oxbridge (Oxford/Cambridge) are in October, rather than January.
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The Tuition Fee Funding Programme is offered by a British Government fund called Student Finance England. It's not a merit-based scholarship and is granted to every EU National if they have lived in EU for past 3 years.
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Fees vary per course, for more information please visit each course page.
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