The University of Oxford is one of the most prestigious educational institutions in the world and also the oldest university in the UK located in Oxford town of Oxfordshire county. It is on the top of the list of the seven British and Irish ancient universities founded before 1600. It is also a member of the Russell Group — a self-selected association of twenty-four public research universities in the United Kingdom.
The Cost of Study at Oxford University
|Year of study||16230GBP(Economics, Law, Humanities and Social sciences, Languages)||23885GBP(Natural and technical sciences, Computer science)||18620GBP-32895GBP(The study cost increases proportionally to the complexity of classes and the beginning of clinical practice)|
|Contributions to the college(For international students only)||7570GBP||7570GBP||3112GBP-7570GBP|
|Food and accommodation||12168GBP||16800GBP||16800GBP|
|Total per year||36618GBP||49105GBP||43840GBP-53557GBP|
The Cost of Doing a Master’s Degree at Oxford
|Course||Degree||Duration||Tuition fee per year(Considering contributions to the college, without accommodation and food)|
|History of Art||MPhil||21 months||19342GBP|
|Computer science||MSc||1 year||23027GBP|
|Executive MBA||EMBA||21 months||75642GBP|
Oxford University HistoryThe exact date of Oxford University foundation is unknown, however it was firstly mentioned in 1096(In comparison, it is the year when the First Crusade began). Since 1167 the university has started to attract the brightest minds from all the UK because Henry II made English students give up their education in France and they returned home to study. The royal charter that followed in 1248 finally consolidated the university status. Here such disciplines as theology, medicine, law and liberal arts and sciences(grammar, rhetoric, logic, geometry, arithmetic, music and astronomy) were taught. Initially Oxford University had quite a small territory and only monks were taught there. However, since the second half of the 13 century religious communities and colleges started to emerge. Later, until the 18 century, Oxford University was involved in a bunch of religious and political disputes yet continuing its educational activity and not losing the status of the principal world institution. Until the 19 century Oxford University was teaching mostly the exact sciences, later many subjects of Humanities were included and also the Medical School was opened which now is considered to be one of the best in the world (2nd position in 2015/16 according to QS Rankings). After World War I and the loss of about 40% of students on the battlefields, Oxford experienced a significant modernization and began to train specialists in virtually all fields of knowledge. The study process was becoming more systematic, which eventually made the university one of the foremost scientific institutions in Europe.
Infrastructure and Facilities in Oxford UniversityOxford University enjoys quite a large territory — more than 28 acres of forest and parks land, that is impressive. Many university colleges are located in the city center or nearby, so many university campuses neighbour cultural heritage, stores, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Besides, on the territory it is easy to find several churches, The Sheldonian theater, and more than a hundred museums and libraries. Moreover, Oxford University has its own publishing house where the famous Oxford dictionary is printed. There are also an arboretum and the oldest Botanic Garden in the UK among university buildings. It is notable that classrooms and canteens of some colleges could be seen in the Harry Potter film series. Christ Church College dining hall was one of the most famous sight there. You may enjoy a unique atmosphere in the student town — medieval architecture, smoothly shaven evergreen lawns, small parks with labyrinths of evergreen bushes and trees, glorious buildings and chapels. All of these attracts more than 9 million tourists annually. There is no division of specializations in Oxford University colleges, so a student of any college may study in any department. Oxford Colleges are unique academic communities that form a distinctive image of the university. Each college has its own dining hall, bar, library, lounge and halls of residence. Oxford University annually recruits about 3200 students(The figure remains to be practically the same every year), so the university cannot provide every student with a room in its halls of residence. Only 57% of students and 70% of first-year students eventually get rooms in Halls of Residence.
Oxford University FacultiesEven though nowadays Oxford University is mostly famous for the field of Humanities, the exact, social and medical sciences are taught on the same top level as well as banking and law. All faculties are combined into four major divisions: humanities, social sciences, mathematics, physical and life sciences, and medical sciences. The University of Oxford is like a small state which has 38 various colleges and 6 Permanent Private Halls (PPH). The main difference between them lays in the number of students, daily schedule, charter and taught disciplines. PPHs are supported by many religious organisations including the Roman Catholic Church. The university offers education in almost all possible specialisations for Bachelor’s level, Master students can learn everything except Accounting. Oxford University is proud of the level of teaching humanities (the 1st place, according to the QS rankings), social sciences and its medical education. Oxford is usually no lower than the tenth line of rankings in all fields of knowledge.
|Field of knowledge||Competition, person / place|
|Economics and Management||14.2|
|History and Political science||7.9|
|Philosophy, politics and economics||7.5|
Oxford University as any other ancient university has in its disposition a whole network of campuses among which there are also students’ dormitories. Rental fee usually depends on sleeping places in a room and a decoration. You may take into consideration that the most successful students (academically) have an opportunity to live in a separate apartment. An average student pays around £250 - £350 per month for a place in a dormitory. Private rental is more expensive — from £350 to £400 per month (utilities and common costs not included). Food expenses could account for £150 - £200 per month, books and materials — £50 - £100. Leisure activities and night fun in pubs are integral parts of student life in Oxford and they also require money, quite a large amount to say.
Scientific Achievements in Oxford
- Oxford University entered the list of TOP-10 best universities in the world in 2016.
- In 2013 a collaboration of Oxford and Harvard researchers found a gene for human growth — it was a side effect during the research on heart diseases.
- During the experiment a pattern was revealed indicating that tall people have higher risk of particular cancer diseases.
- Oxford University is a place for many discoveries in the field of cosmology — Mars research, the trajectory of the galaxies (it was found that in 5 billion years our galaxy will collide with Andromeda galaxy), the Universe emergence theories.
- In particular, in 2013 Oxford scientists discovered a “glass planet” which surface was covered with the analog of our glass.
- In 2013 genetics professor Bryan Sykes and a group of Oxford researchers finally disproved the existence of a snowman. A mysterious animal which was taken for a snowman was revealed to be a rare species of bear.
- One of the most fundamental research on cancer treatment in 2011 was carried out in Oxford. During the research a gene responsible for sublimation of malignant cells was discovered.
Oxford University Admission RequirementsThe process usually starts with submitting the application in UCAS system. It should be mentioned in the application why a student has chosen the particular field of study. The following step depends on applicant’s wish to pursue an undergraduate degree or postgraduate degree in Oxford University. In any case, the first step is to standardize a diploma or a high school certificate. Unfortunately, certificates of education issued by another countries (for example, the CIS countries) are not always recognized in the UK. Applicant can resolve the issue in several ways by going through special preparatory schools in the UK in order to be finally admitted to the university.
|Path||Age||Duration||Min. grade||Average cost|
|A-Levels||16-18 years old||2 years||A*AA||25000GBP|
|IB||16-19 years old||2 years||38||20000GBP|
|Foundation||from 17 years old||2 years||—||4470GBP|
Applicant will go through a 2-year foundation program in one of schools or colleges in Great Britain. The first year is devoted to 4 specific subjects including Advanced English. During the second year there are 3 more disciplines. To enter Oxford University successfully, you must pass all the exams and get excellent grades. To be accepted to A-Levels program participants should have a command of English on the Intermediate level proving it by IIELTS certificate with no less than 5.0. Some schools offer accelerated programs which last only 1 year. A-Levels tuition fee in a private school is approximately £25,000-£30,000 with full board. Studying in a public school costs around £8,000 per year, which is much cheaper, however you should consider costs of living in a host family or in apartments (around £7,000). One of the most popular A-Levels program is in the D’Overbroeck College, Oxford.
|A-levels grades||% of students admitted to Oxford|
International Baccalaureate could be an analog for A-levels with the same quality. It assumes that a student goes through a 2-year specific program in a private school in the UK that is accredited by the International Baccalaureate Organization. Program includes 6 subjects and a course paper at the end of study. IB could cost between £15,000-£30,000 per year depending on school location. If student’s command of English is not enough to pursue IB, there is a special Pre-IB 1-year course for improving speaking, writing and comprehending skills (tuition fee is ~ £25,000 per year). International Baccalaureate
Applicants have an opportunity to take a 1-year or 2-year Foundation program in Oxford University in such fields as History, English Language and Literature (average tuition fee per year is starting from 4470GBP (without housing and living expenses). After completion of these programs students can apply directly for the second year of corresponding Bachelor programs at Oxford University. Foundation
To become a student of Oxford applicants should complete 2 years in a university in his/her home country or other country. It is possible to apply right after completion of 1 year of university. As one of the leading institutions Oxford requires excellent academic standing and high SAT/ACT scores. Of course, a perfect knowledge of English is an essential prerequisite (no less than IELTS 7.0). Another requirement is an essay in English and a motivation letter which allows to stand out from the crowd and win the admission committee. In case of successful passing of the first step the applicant will come through an interview with a referee which will assess student’s potential. Academic recommendations from teachers and professors are also a part of application.
Minimum Level of English Knowledge
Application Deadlines and Procedure in Oxford UniversityYou should begin the process of submitting documents to the Oxford undergraduate programme immediately after the completion of the first year of study at A-Levels or IB.
Applications are open till the 15th of October through the centralized UCAS system developed especially for those wanting to enroll in the UK universities. There is also another way to apply — through early admission process when the application is sent a year prior to admission. You may apply immediately after your first year in a local higher education institution, e.g. in the middle of June, as your documents will be considered during the next 12 months. The features of applying to a Master's degree programme at the University of Oxford vary and depend on the particular study programme. The table below shows the main stages of admission and the basic information, and in order to learn about specific requirements it is better to refer to the full list of courses on the official website.
|1.||The beginning of applications registration on the UCAS website||June|
|2.||Deadline UCAS||15 October 18:00|
|3.||Entrance exam||31 October|
|4.||Deadline of written paper submission||10 November|
|6.||The Admission committee decision||after 9 January|
|7.||The beginning of study||8 October|
|1.||English exam doing||three months before the submission of documents|
|2.||Search for scholarships and grants for studying||individual terms|
|3.||The requirements checking on the programme website||-|
|4.||Graduate Applicant Self Service deadline|
|5.||Interview||Skype / in person|
|6.||The admission committee decision||8-10 weeks after the application submission|
|7.||Decision on the grant and scholarships||February — June|
|8.||Searching for a place in the college||4-6 weeks after the decision|
Documents for Admission to Oxford University
All documents are submitted in English, and documents originally written in another languages must be translated and notarized. In case of successful completion of the first stage of the selection, an entrant is going to have an interview with a professor who will evaluate not only knowledge (all applicants who have passed the selection stages before have rich erudition), but the academic potential. Applicants are not required to choose college immediately as they can submit an open application. As a result he/she will be given a list of colleges available for a particular student. Basically colleges have more similarities than differences and the majority of subjects are taught in each of them.
|-||Bachelor's degree programme||Master’s degree programme|
|Application||online on the UCAS website||online on the university website|
|Recommendations||one from the teacher of the core subject||three from the university lecturers|
|Education documents||A-Levels / IB / Foundation / 2 years of university||Bachelor's Degree|
|From the applicant|
Admission Statistics at Oxford University
In total, in 2017 the Oxford University Admission Committee received more than 45000 entry applications, but most of the candidates are screened out at the first stages of the entry campaign.
|Applicants who received invitations||3771|
|Applicants admitted||3270 (16.4%)|
|Women and men ratio||50.1% / 49.9%|
|Countries of foreign students origin|
Statistics of Admission to the Master’s Degree Programmes of Oxford
|Total applications(Postgraduate research + Postgraduate Taught)||25994|
|Applications from foreign students||75.4%|
|Applicants admitted||5548 (21.3%)|
|Foreign applicants admitted||3572 (64.4%)|
Why to Apply for Oxford University?
- Oxford University education systems has a tutoring system, so every student is assigned to a tutor.
- A tutor develops a tailor-made program for a student taking into consideration specifics and particular skills of that student.
- Oxford University has received Royal University Award 9 times — more than any university in the UK.
- There is a great campus system in Oxford. Students can live either in a student residence or separate apartments.
- Oxford University has all rights to be proud of its alumni among whom there are 40 Nobel laureates, 25 British premier ministers, 6 kings, 12 saints and about hundred worldwide famous politicians.
- Oxford students have the opportunity to spend their leisure time in different electives and hobby clubs which accounts for more than 300. There are plenty of literature, sports, language clubs etc.
- In Oxford sport events are taken very seriously and many students take part in sports competitions such as football, basketball, rowing (jointly with Cambridge students), baseball and other fields.
- For sport lovers there are a fitness studio, playgrounds for cricket and hockey, several tennis courts, 15 grass fields for football and baseball plays, 25-meter swimming pool and gym.
- Oxford has the biggest library system in the UK — more than a hundred libraries. The university also has several museums and a botanical garden on its territory.
- Oxford Career Service helps students to get an offer from the most prestigious companies in the world.
- Every weekend Student Leisure Center organises for students excursions for various towns, games and dance events.
- 7 million GBP are spent annually on financial aid in Oxford.There is no tuition-free places there but grants could cover the expenses on education fully.
- The university welcomes applicants with disabilities but the academic requirement are equal for all. Students with disabilities may use the right to have a flexible attendance.
Tuition-free Education in Oxford UniversityFor sure most people mentally associate Oxford University with something accessible only for affluent students or royal persons. To some extent, this could be reasonable as tuition-free education is possible only on highly competitive basis and Oxford tuition could be compared only with Cambridge education costs, and 40% of first-year students are private school-leavers. However, Oxford University is highly motivated to attract the brightest students maintaining the status of one of the most prestigious universities in the world. That is why for every student there are dozens of financial aid schemes — from special grants based on nationality to faculty scholarships for excellent performance or research achievements. Generally, Master's and Phd students have more opportunities to get a grant rather than Bachelor’s students. There are many sources of financial support both from the university and third parties (Hill Foundation Scholarships, Palgrave Brown Scholarship, Reach Oxford and others). You should know that scholarships fully cover tuition fees and some funds offer financing for touristic trips and excursions. To receive a grant or a scholarship a student should show an outstanding research potential which is actually a rare asset. Though, without outlined requirements it is not possible not only to receive a grant but even to get the admission letter. Therefore, it is necessary to adequately assess your chances in the first place — IELTS results, excellent GPA and clear future prospects are the key prerequisites for your admission.
Additional Opportunities — MBA Degree in Oxford UniversityThose who dream of pursuing MBA or Executive MBA program and learn more about doing business abroad may do it in Oxford University and also choose a specific specialization. There is a college called Said Business School which worked since 1965 preparing future Masters in Business Administration. Application requirements for all colleges and schools of Oxford are similar but for MBA application it is necessary to pass GMAT or GRE test and provide a Bachelor diploma in law or economics, as well as to have some work experience in these spheres. Average tuition fee for MBA program accounts for €42,000 per year.
International Exchange and Internship Programs in OxfordOxford University collaborates with companies, universities and research centers from all over the world, which allows its students to study abroad virtually for free. Oxford offers internships in the most prestigious universities of Europe, Australia, Asia and the US (Australian National University, Princeton University, Peking University, Kyoto University etc.). It is also possible to attend a summer school or go for an expedition for up to 5 weeks to one of the exotic locations. In addition, students of Oxford may participate in Erasmus+ program and get a scholarship of 600 EUR per month studying in a partner university in Europe.
Help in After-graduation Employment in Oxford UniversityStatistically 92% of graduates find a job within first 6 months after graduation. The average Oxford graduate’s starting salary is 27000GBP / year. Career Service usually helps in this difficult task — it is the organisation working within university and searching for vacancies for graduates and students. Career Service organises career fairs where students can meet prospective employers, get advice on employment from career professionals and also apply for internship in prestigious companies.
Career Service has elaborated a special mobile application called Oxford Careers Fair Plus which could be downloaded free of charge from the official Oxford website. It facilitates the process of informing a large number of students about upcoming career fairs, new vacancies and all information about employers.
|Field of knowledge||% of employed graduates|
|Banks and investment companies||9%|
|Media and journalism||7%|
|Sport and tourism||7%|
|Advertising, marketing and communications||6%|
Famous Alumni of Oxford University
- Stephen William Hawking — the most renowned theoretical physicist, cosmologist who contributed enormously to the modern cosmology. He was a famous popularizer of science and he was born in Oxford town and got a bachelor’s degree at Oxford University’s University College.
- Timothy John Berners-Lee — a British scientist who invented World Wide Web, URL, HTTP, HTML and many others revolutionary inventions in the field of IT.
- Margaret Thatcher — the 71st British PM, “the Iron Lady” who became not only an important political figure but also a cult person. She gained a B.S. degree in chemistry at University of Oxford's Somerville College.
- Thomas Hobbes — an English political philosopher of the 17th century, best known for his book Leviathan, whose ideas considerably influenced modern geometry, ethics, physics and history. He was one of the inventors of the theory of sovereignty. Was enrolled in Oxford being only 15 y.o. and successfully graduated.
- Jonathan Swift — an Anglo-Irish writer of the 17 century, creator of widely famous Gulliver's Travels — a work which is a fascinating fairy tale for a child and a sharp social satire for an adult. Swift being an Englishman by throughout his life was defending Irish people rights which is also notable for English-speaking population. He graduated from Hertford College.
- John Locke — an English philosopher of the 17th century and the “Father of Liberalism”. His ideas influenced Rousseau and Voltaire works as well as political philosophy as a whole and to this day his thoughts are reflected in the United States Declaration of Independence. He is renowned as the greatest Enlightenment thinker. He was awarded a bachelor's degree in medicine at Christ Church College.
- Oscar Wilde is a an Irish writer, poet and philosopher best known for his work The Picture of Dorian Gray. He is one of the greatest playwrights of late Victorian London. He got a bachelor’s degree in classical literature at Oxford University’s Magdalen College.
- Aldous Huxley — a modern renowned British writer, the author of the dystopian novel Brave New World. He studied English literature at Balliol College at the University of Oxford.
Interesting Facts About Oxford University
- Exactly in the Oxford University campus all Harry Potter episodes were filmed.
- Lewis Carroll wrote his Alice in Wonderland in Oxford walls.
- John Tolkien who wrote The Lord of the Rings was inspired by gothic Oxford campus while describing castles in the novel.
- An eternal rival of Oxford University, Cambridge University, was founded by Oxford students who were expelled due to a big scandal — one student was involved in a murder (it is not possible to identify who it was).
- Geometry professor of Oxford University Edmund Halley predicted the return of a famous comet named after him.
- Worldwide famous meme — “British scientists proved” — is related mostly to the research groups of Oxford and Cambridge as they are responsible for the major part of modern fundamental studies and discoveries as well as Nobel prizes.
- The first foreign student was admitted to Oxford University in 1190, he was known as Emo of Friesland.
- Religious heritage and traditions are traced in Oxford everywhere. Education is divided into trimesters which bear the names of Christian saints in accordance with the days when classes begin. The academic year at colleges of the University of Dublin is divided in the similar way.
|Trimester||Dates(Dates vary depending on working days and religious calendar)|
|Michaelmas(Saint Michael and All Angels)||7 October — 1 December|
|Hilary(Saint Hilary of Poitiers)||13 January — 9 March|
|Trinity||28 April — 22 June|
Admission Process in Oxford UniversityApplication for Oxford as a rule is accompanied by an impressive set of documents and there is always a long way of tough competition for an applicant due to Oxford high academic standards. The first thing to take care of is an excellent academic standing, but final impression is always made by accurately completed application forms, motivation and recommendation letters. You should indicate there the best achievements, reveal the passion for research and specify why you must be chosen as an Oxford student from dozens of others. Every year the admission committee receives tens of thousands of such applications, that is why your application package should be designed with respect to the university requirements, having no lexical or grammar mistakes. Every applicant reserves the right to decide if to apply for Oxford University independently learning all the pitfalls and organisational issues or to engage a professional to this process. Making final decision it is important to realise that you have only one chance and that your future depends on your decision today. If you are not 100% sure that you are capable of going through this process alone, we can offer you our professional help:
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Programs - Bachelor
|Bachelor||Archaeology and Anthropology|
|Bachelor||Biochemistry (Molecular and Cellular)|
|Bachelor||Classical Archaeology and Ancient History|
|Bachelor||Classics and English|
|Bachelor||Classics and Modern Languages|
|Bachelor||Classics and Oriental Studies|
|Bachelor||Computer Science and Philosophy|
|Bachelor||Earth Sciences (Geology)|
|Bachelor||Economics and Management|
|Bachelor||Engineering, Economics and Management|
|Bachelor||English and Modern Languages|
|Bachelor||English Language and Literature|
|Bachelor||European and Middle Eastern Languages|
|Bachelor||History (Ancient and Modern)|
|Bachelor||History and Economics|
|Bachelor||History and English|
|Bachelor||History and Modern Languages|
|Bachelor||History and Politics|
|Bachelor||History of Art|
|Bachelor||Materials, Economics and Management|
|Bachelor||Mathematics and Computer Science|
|Bachelor||Mathematics and Philosophy|
|Bachelor||Mathematics and Statistics|
|Bachelor||Modern Languages and Linguistics|
|Bachelor||Philosophy and Modern Languages|
|Bachelor||Philosophy and Theology|
|Bachelor||Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)|
|Bachelor||Physics and Philosophy|
|Bachelor||Psychology and Philosophy|
|Bachelor||Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics|
|Bachelor||Theology and Oriental Studies|
Programs - Master
|Master||Advanced Cognitive Therapy Studies | MSc, PG Diploma|
|Master||African Studies | MSc|
|Master||Anaesthetics | DPhil|
|Master||Ancient History | DPhil|
|Master||Ancient Philosophy | MSt|
|Master||Anthropology | DPhil,|
|Master||Applied Landscape Archaeology | MSc|
|Master||Applied Linguistics & Second Language Acquisition | MSc|
|Master||Applied Statistics | MSc, PG Diploma|
|Master||Applied Theology | MTh|
|Master||Archaeological Science | DPhil, MSc, MSt|
|Master||Archaeology | DPhil, MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Architectural History | DPhil, PG Certificate|
|Master||Astrophysics | DPhil|
|Master||Atmospheric, Oceanic & Planetary Physics | DPhil|
|Master||Atomic and Laser Physics | DPhil|
|Master||Bachelor of Civil Law | BCL|
|Master||Biochemistry | DPhil, Joint Oxford/The Scripps Research Institute Programme, MSc (R)|
|Master||Biodiversity, Conservation & Management | MSc|
|Master||Biodiversity, Conservation and Management | MSc|
|Master||Biomedical and Clinical Sciences | DPhil|
|Master||Biomedical Engineering | MSc|
|Master||Cardiovascular Medicine | DPhil|
|Master||Celtic Studies | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Centre for Doctoral Training in Healthcare Innovation | DPhil|
|Master||Chemical Biology | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Chinese Studies | MSt,|
|Master||Chromosome & Developmental Biology | DPhil|
|Master||Chromosome and Developmental Biology | DPhil|
|Master||Classical Archaeology | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Classical Armenian Studies | MSt|
|Master||Classical Hebrew Studies | MSt|
|Master||Classical Indian Religion | MPhil|
|Master||Classical Indian Religion | MSc|
|Master||Classical Languages & Literature | DPhil|
|Master||Classical Languages and Literature | DPhil,|
|Master||Clinical Embryology | MSc|
|Master||Clinical Laboratory Sciences | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Clinical Medicine | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Clinical Neurology | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Clinical Pharmacology | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology | MSc|
|Master||Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychological Trauma | PG Certificate|
|Master||Cognitive Behavioural Therapy | DPhil, PG Certificate|
|Master||Cognitive Therapy | PG Diploma|
|Master||Comparative Philology & General Linguistics | DPhil, MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Comparative Philology and General Linguistics | DPhil|
|Master||Comparative Social Policy | MPhil, MSc|
|Master||Computer Science | DPhil, MSc (R), MSc|
|Master||Condensed Matter Physics | DPhil|
|Master||Contemporary India | MSc|
|Master||Creative Writing | MSt|
|Master||Criminology & Criminal Justice (Research Methods) | MSc|
|Master||Criminology & Criminal Justice | MPhil, MSc|
|Master||Criminology | DPhil|
|Master||Cuneiform Studies | MPhil|
|Master||Design, History of | MSt|
|Master||Development Studies | DPhil, MPhil|
|Master||Diagnostic Imaging | MSc|
|Master||Diplomatic Studies | Certificate, PG Diploma|
|Master||Earth Sciences | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Eastern Christian Studies | MPhil|
|Master||Economic & Social History | MPhil, MSc|
|Master||Economics for Development | MSc|
|Master||Economics | DPhil, MPhil|
|Master||Education (Comparative and International Education, Child Development and Education, e-Learning or Higher Learning) | MSc|
|Master||Education | DPhil|
|Master||Educational Research Methodology | MSc|
|Master||Egyptology | MPhil|
|Master||Endovascular Neurosurgery | MSc|
|Master||Engineering Science | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||English (-1550) | DPhil|
|Master||English (650-1550, 1550-1700, 1660-1830, 1800-1914, or 1900-Present) | MSt|
|Master||English (English & American Studies) | MSt|
|Master||English Language | MSt|
|Master||English Local History | DPhil, MSc|
|Master||English Studies (Medieval Period) | MPhil|
|Master||English | DPhil|
|Master||Environmental Change & Management | MSc|
|Master||Evidence-Based Health Care | DPhil, MSc|
|Master||Evidence-Based Social Intervention | MPhil, MSc|
|Master||Evidenced-Based Health Care | DPhil, MSc|
|Master||Experimental Psychology | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Experimental Therapeutics | MSc|
|Master||Film Aesthetics | MSt|
|Master||Financial Economics | MSc|
|Master||Fine Art | DPhil|
|Master||Forced Migration Studies, Refugee & | MSc|
|Master||General Linguistics & Comparative Philology | DPhil, MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Genomic Medicine & Statistics | DPhil|
|Master||Geography & the Environment | DPhil, MPhil|
|Master||Global & Imperial History | MSt|
|Master||Global Governance & Diplomacy | MSc|
|Master||Global Health Science | MSc|
|Master||Greek and/or Latin Languages & Literature | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Greek and/or Latin Literature Languages & Literature | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Greek and/or Roman History | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Health Research | PG Certificate, PG Diploma|
|Master||Historical Studies | PG Certificate|
|Master||History (for Economic & Social History, History of Science) | DPhil|
|Master||History of Art & Visual Culture | MSt|
|Master||History of Art | DPhil|
|Master||History of Design | MSt|
|Master||History of Science, Medicine & Technology | MPhil, MSc|
|Master||History | DPhil|
|Master||Infection, Immunology & Translational Medicine | DPhil|
|Master||Information, Communication & the Social Sciences | DPhil|
|Master||Inorganic Chemistry | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Integrated Immunology | MSc|
|Master||Intellectual Property Law & Practice | PG Diploma|
|Master||International Human Rights Law | MSt|
|Master||International Relations | DPhil, MPhil|
|Master||International Wildlife Conservation Practice | PG Diploma|
|Master||Islamic Art & Archaeology | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Islamic Studies & History | MPhil|
|Master||Japanese Studies | MSt|
|Master||Jewish Studies in the Graeco-Roman Period | MPhil|
|Master||Jewish Studies in the Graeco-Roman Period | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Jewish Studies | MSt|
|Master||Judaism & Christianity in the Graeco-Roman World | MPhil [Offered Jointly: 1, 2]|
|Master||Korean Studies | MSt|
|Master||Late Antique & Byzantine Studies | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Latin American Studies | MPhil, MSc|
|Master||Law & Finance | MSc|
|Master||Law | DPhil|
|Master||Learning & Teaching | MSc|
|Master||Legal Research | MSt|
|Master||Life Sciences Interface Doctoral Training Centre | DPhil|
|Master||Literature and Arts | MSt|
|Master||Magister Juris | MJur|
|Master||Major Programme Management | MSc|
|Master||Management Studies | DPhil|
|Master||Master of Business Administration | MBA, Executive MBA|
|Master||Material Anthropology & Museum Ethnography (Research Methods) | MSc|
|Master||Material Anthropology & Museum Ethnography | MPhil, MSc|
|Master||Materials | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Mathematical & Computational Finance | MSc|
|Master||Mathematical Finance | MSc, PG Diploma|
|Master||Mathematical Finance | PG Dip|
|Master||Mathematical Modelling & Scientific Computing | MSc|
|Master||Mathematics & Foundations of Computer Science | MSc|
|Master||Mathematics | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Medical Anthropology | MPhil, MSc|
|Master||Medical Oncology | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Medicinal Chemistry for Cancer | 1+3 Combined Doctoral Programme|
|Master||Medieval & Modern Languages | DPhil, MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Medieval History | MSt|
|Master||Medieval Studies | MSt|
|Master||Migration Studies | MSc|
|Master||Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy | MSt|
|Master||Modern British & European History | MPhil|
|Master||Modern Chinese Studies | MPhil|
|Master||Modern Chinese Studies | MSc|
|Master||Modern Japanese Studies | MPhil, MSc|
|Master||Modern Jewish Studies | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Modern Middle Eastern Studies | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Modern South Asian Studies | MPhil|
|Master||Musculoskeletal Sciences | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Musculoskeletal Sciences | MSc|
|Master||Music (Performance, Composition or Musicology) | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Music | DPhil|
|Master||Nanotechnology | PG Certificate|
|Master||Nature, Society & Environmental Policy | MSc|
|Master||Neuroscience | MSc, Wellcome 4-Year Trust Doctoral Programme, see also|
|Master||Numerical Analysis | DPhil|
|Master||Obstetrics & Gynaecology | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Ophthalmology | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Organic Chemistry | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Oriental Studies | DPhil, MSt|
|Master||Paediatric Infectious Diseases | PG Diploma|
|Master||Paediatrics | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Particle Physics | DPhil|
|Master||Pathology | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Pharmacology | DPhil, MSc (R), MSc|
|Master||Pharmacology, Clinical | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Philosophical Theology | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Philosophy of Physics | MSt|
|Master||Philosophy | BPhil, DPhil, MSt|
|Master||Physical & Theoretical Chemistry | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics | DPhil|
|Master||Plant Sciences | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Political Theory Research | MSc|
|Master||Politics (Comparative Government, European Politics & Society or Political Theory) | MPhil|
|Master||Politics Research | MSc|
|Master||Politics | DPhil|
|Master||Postgraduate Certificate in Education | PGCE|
|Master||Primary Health Care | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Psychiatry | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Psychodynamic Counselling | PG Certificate|
|Master||Psychodynamic Practice | MSt, PG Diploma|
|Master||Psychological Research | MSc|
|Master||Public Health | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Public Policy in Latin America | MSc|
|Master||Radiation Biology | MSc|
|Master||Radiobiology | 4-Year Doctoral Programme, DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Refugee & Forced Migration Studies | MSc|
|Master||Russian & Eastern European Studies | MPhil, MSc|
|Master||Slavonic Studies | MPhil, MSt|
|Master||Social Anthropology (Research Methods) | MSc|
|Master||Social Anthropology | MPhil, MSc, MSt|
|Master||Social Intervention | DPhil|
|Master||Social Policy | DPhil|
|Master||Social Science of the Internet | MSc|
|Master||Socio-Legal Research | MSt|
|Master||Socio-Legal Studies | DPhil|
|Master||Sociology | DPhil, MPhil, MSc|
|Master||Software & Systems Security | MSc|
|Master||Software Engineering | MSc|
|Master||Statistics | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Structural Biology | DPhil|
|Master||Study of Religion | MSt|
|Master||Surgical Science and Practice | MSc|
|Master||Surgical Sciences | DPhil, MSc (R)|
|Master||Sustainable Urban Development | MSc|
|Master||Syriac Studies | MSt|
|Master||Systems Approaches to Biomedical Sciences Industrial Doctorate Centre | DPhil|
|Master||Systems Biology Doctoral Training Centre | DPhil|
|Master||Teaching English Language in University Settings | PG Diploma|
|Master||Theology | DPhil, MPhil, MSt, PG Diploma|
|Master||Theology | DPhil, MPhil, MSt, PGDiploma|
|Master||Theoretical Chemistry | MSc|
|Master||Theoretical Physics | DPhil|
|Master||Tibetan & Himalayan Studies | MPhil|
|Master||US History | MSt|
|Master||Visual Anthropology | MSc|
|Master||Water Science, Policy & Management | MSc|
|Master||Wellcome Trust 4-Year Neuroscience Doctoral Programme|
|Master||Womens Studies | MSt|
|Master||Yiddish Studies | MSt|
|Master||Zoology | DPhil, MSc (R)|
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|20125||286||Azad University in Oxford|
Universities in this country
|4||1||University of Cambridge||Cambridge||23,934 USD||23,934 USD|
|9||3||University College London||London||23,975 USD||23,701 USD|
|15||4||Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine||London||39,828 USD||41,390 USD|
|26||5||University of Edinburgh||Edinburgh||23,418 USD||18,099 USD|
|27||6||University of Manchester||Manchester||31,238 USD||28,114 USD|