University of Oxford

University of Oxford

Overview

University of Oxford is one of the most traditional and oldest universities in the world. There is no evidence of the exact foundation of the university, but as per research it came into existence at least 1096. The university is located in London, United States. It contains 38 colleges with facilities for graduate and undergraduate students. 

Tuition fees and other expenses are higher than other global universities. It is a research hub, most of the students are doing their research with various programs. The university provides more than 900 scholarships to graduate students each year.

Ranking

Rank #4

Massachusetts Institute of Technology is ranked #4 in Best Global Universities. The university rank is according to QS Global University Ranking 2023.

University Statistics

Number of total academic staff
6,650
Number of international staff
2,992
Number of total students
21,980
Number of international students
9,024
Number of new master’s students
9,680
Number of new undergraduate students
12,320

Programs to Study

Computer Science 
Computer Science and Philosophy
Engineering Science

Chemistry
Earth Sciences
Materials Science
Mathematicians
Mathematicians and Computer Sciences
Mathematicians and Philosophy
Mathematicians and Statistics
Physics
Physics and Philosophy
Biology
Biochemistry (Molecular and Cellular)
BM BCh Medicine
Biomedical Sciences
Human Science
Medicine
Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics
Psychology (Experimental)
Bachelor of Thology (BTh)
Economics and Management
Law (Jurisprudence)
Religion and Oriental Studies
Theology and Religion
Archaeology and Anthropology
Classical Archaeology and Ancient History
Classics (Literae Humaniores)
Classics and English
Classics and Modern Languages
Classics and Oriental Studies
English Language and Literature
English and Modern Language
Fine Art
Geography
History
Ancient and Modern History
History and Economics
History and English
History and Modern Languages
History and Politics
History of Art
Modern Language and Linguistics
Music
Oriental Studies
Philosophy and Modern Languages
Philosophy and Theology
Philoshopy, Politics and Ecomonics

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