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There are many universities, but Oxford retains a special place in the academic landscape of the UK and in the hearts of those who live, study and teach here.

There are even more reasons why Oxford generates such admiration, pride and loyalty. Taken individually, these reasons may not be unique, but when viewed together they form the characteristics that have differentiated the University from all others for hundreds of years and will continue to form the essence of the Oxford experience for years to come.

College system

Every student at Oxford is a member of a college. They are sometimes compared to halls of residence at other universities, but they are so much more besides. Your college will be your home for much of your time at Oxford, providing accommodation, meals, a library and IT support. The relatively small number of students at each college allows for close and supportive personal attention to be given to your induction, academic development and welfare. 

Tutorial teaching

‘Tutor’ is Oxford’s name for a member of academic staff. They are often world-leading experts in their field, and tutorials are a chance to get individualised teaching from them. At least once a week in each subject studied, groups of two or three students will spend an hour with their tutor, discussing a topic in depth. This personalised attention means that you will face rigorous academic challenges on a weekly basis, encouraging and facilitating your learning in a way that just isn’t possible in a lecture. It also means that tutors are immediately aware if you need any extra support with any aspect of your course, so they can help you right away. 

Financial support

Oxford is strongly committed to this principle: if you are a UK student and have the talent and ability to study with us, you should never be put off from applying for financial reasons. In 2015–16, Oxford is committed to providing generous financial support to students from lower-income households, to ensure they can make the most of what Oxford has to offer. 

Career opportunities

Oxford graduates are highly valued by employers for their communication, leadership and problem-solving skills. Hundreds of recruiters visit the University each year, and nearly 95% of all Oxford leavers are in work or further study six months after leaving. The Careers Service can help you find an internship, learn business skills and land your dream job.

 

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Course UCAS Points Fees for an English student
Ancient and Modern History [V118] 0 9000
Arabic and Islamic Studies (4 years) [T601] 0 7875
Arabic with subsidiary language (4 years) [T6T9] 0 7875
Archaeology and Anthropology [LV64] 0 9000
Biochemistry (Molecular and Cellular) [C700] 0 9000
Biological Sciences [C100] 0 9000
Biomedical Engineering (4 years) [H811] 0 9000
Biomedical Sciences [BC98] 0 9000
Chemical Engineering (4 years) [H800] 0 9000
Chemistry [F100] 0 9000
Chinese (4 years) [T101] 0 7875
Civil Engineering (4 years) [H200] 0 9000
Classical Archaeology and Ancient History [VV14] 0 9000
Classics I [Q800] 0 9000
Classics II [Q810] 0 9000
Computer Science (3 or 4 years) [G400] 0 9000
Computer Science and Philosophy (3 or 4 years) [IV15] 0 9000
Earth Sciences (4 years) [F644] 0 9000
Economics and Management [LN12] 0 9000
Egyptology (3 years) [Q400] 0 9000
Egyptology and Ancient Near Eastern Stds (3 years) [Q401] 0 9000
Electrical Engineering (4 years) [H620] 0 9000
Engineering [H100] 0 9000
English Language and Literature [Q300] 0 9000
English and French (4 years) [QR31] 0 7875
Experimental Psychology [C830] 0 9000
Fine Art [W100] 0 9000
French [R110] 0 7875
French and German (4 years) [RR12] 0 7875
French and Italian [RR13] 0 7875
French and Spanish [RR14] 0 7875
Geography [L700] 0 9000
Geology [F642] 0 9000
German [R200] 0 7875
Hebrew (3 or 4 years) [Q480] 0 9000
History [V100] 0 9000
History and Economics [LV11] 0 9000
History and Politics [LV21] 0 9000
History of Art [V350] 0 9000
Human Sciences [BCL0] 0 9000
Information Engineering (4 years) [H630] 0 9000
Italian [R300] 0 7875
Japanese (4 years) [T201] 0 7875
Jurisprudence [M100] 0 9000
Law with Law Studies in Europe (European Law) [M190] 0 7875
Law with Law Studies in Europe (French Law) [M191] 0 7875
Law with Law Studies in Europe (German Law) [M192] 0 7875
Law with Law Studies in Europe (Italian Law) [M193] 0 7875
Law with Law Studies in Europe (Spanish Law) [M194] 0 7875
Materials Science (4 years) [FJ22] 0 9000
Materials, Economics and Management (4 years) [FLN0] 0 9000
Mathematics (3 or 4 years) [G100] 0 9000
Mathematics and Computer Science (3 or 4 years) [GG14] 0 9000
Mathematics and Philosophy (4 years) [GV15] 0 9000
Mathematics and Statistics (3 or 4 years) [GG13] 0 9000
Mechanical Engineering (4 years) [H300] 0 9000
Medicine [A100] 0 9000
Medicine (Fast-track, Graduate Entry only) [A101] 0 9000
Modern Greek (4 years) [Q710] 0 7875
Music [W300] 0 9000
Persian with subsidiary language (4 years) [T6TX] 0 7875
Philosophy and Linguistics [VQ51] 0 7875
Philosophy and Theology [VV56] 0 9000
Philosophy, Politics and Economics [L0V0] 0 9000
Physics (3 years) [F300] 0 9000
Physics (4 years) [F303] 0 9000
Physics and Philosophy (4 years) [VF53] 0 9000
Portuguese [R500] 0 7875
Psychology and Linguistics [CQ81] 0 9000
Psychology and Philosophy [CV85] 0 9000
Russian [R711] 0 7875
Sanskrit (3 years) [Q450] 0 9000
Spanish [R400] 0 7875
Theology [] 0 9000
Theology and Religion [V600] 0 9000
Turkish [T600] 0 7875
Turkish with subsidiary language (4 years) [T6TY] 0 7875