UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

United Kingdom, England

The University of Oxford, established in Oxford, England has obtained significance in its highly respected education, tradition and is the oldest University in the United Kingdom. Having led the world for more than 9 centuries, this University comprises of 44 colleges around the campus. Oxford University has respective academic divisions within the campus in Humanity studies, Mathematics, Physics, Life Sciences, Medical Sciences, and Social Sciences. The University has its remarkable strength in the field of Sciences and ranked number 1st in the world for its Medical research. Located in the town known as the 'The City of dreaming spires' Oxford, this eminent University belongs to the elite group of six ‘Super-brand’ Universities across the globe. There are more than 21,000 students at Oxford University, around 50% of whom are Undergraduates, while 30% of the total population on campus are International students representing around 140 countries. The University of Oxford is one of the optimum choices for creating a bright future.

Campus Life

Oxford is a youthful and cosmopolitan city. A quarter of Oxford’s residents are students, giving the city the youngest population and making it a dynamic place to live. Students can choose to spend their time studying at campus and libraries or avail themselves of the many extracurricular activities. This town has the 2nd largest Library in the UK. Football enthusiasts can nurture their skills at The Kassam football stadium, the home stadium for Oxford United football club. Being just 90 minutes away from London, students can get around and have an escape from daily tedious routine. There’s a strong musical life at Oxford, with clubs and societies spanning all genres, from jazz through to classical and folk. Students get many options to socialize and find a good job as well.

Noted Alumni

The University of Oxford has also given the world some highly esteemed personalities like Stephen Hawking, Oscar Wilde, Tim Berners Lee, Indira Gandhi, Hugh Grant, Boris Johnson, David Cameron, Rowan Atkinson.