University of Oxford

University of Oxford

United Kingdom, United Kingdom • ESTD:April 1, 1096 • Type:Private •

About College

Oxford University is located in the Oxford City of southeast England. It is one of the most respected universities in the world, which was recently ranked fourth in Times Higher World University Rankings.

Oxford University plays a major role in the intellectual, creative and public life of the world - the center of debate and discovery for more than nine centuries. Oxford University is the oldest university in the world of English speaking and it is considered one of the world's leading educational institutions.

The history of the university is from the 11th century, although it was not officially established at the time. Its growth in a formal university began in 1167 when King Henry II refused to study English students at the University of Paris.

38 Oxford colleges, which are economically independent and self-employed, but belong to the Central University in a kind of federal system. There are also six permanent private halls, which are similar to the colleges, except that they are small, and were established by special Christian denominations. Colleges and halls are close academic communities that bring students and researchers from different disciplines, cultures, and countries together. This helps in promoting outstanding research achievement, which has made Oxford pioneer in so many fields.

Oxford University secured second place in Times University Guide 2019, second place in Guardian University Guide 2019 and 5th position in QS World University Ranking 2019.


The Graduates admission process is coordinated by the University, but the college is ultimately responsible for selecting and accepting their graduate students.

University accepts graduate students, but once they are offered a place by the university, graduate students are also selected by a college.


  • The College organizes tutorials for undergraduates. Tutorials are central to studying at Oxford, whereby students get an opportunity to discuss and explore their subject in small groups with an expert in the field.
  • The University monitors the graduate students and examines undergraduate research.
  • The university determines the contents of the degree courses, and both graduates and graduates organize lectures, seminars and laboratory work for the students.
  • The university sets up the exam and marks students, and offers prizes to the students.

How To Apply

There are several steps to the admission process at Oxford University. Each one is outlined below. It is important that you understand your role in each of these steps and learn about the deadline. The entrance time provides an overview of the process.

UCAS application
UCAS application forms can be submitted from June to October 15 at Oxford University.

Entrance Examinations
These are an essential part of the evaluation for many courses.

Make sure you are registered until October 15 and test on a set day.

Writing work
Complete the cover form and submit any necessary essay by November 10.

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to interview in Oxford in December. Read on to expect and test the timetable for exact dates for your course.

Contact Details

Contact number:
+44 1865 270000
[email protected]
Oxford OX1 2JD, United Kingdom, United Kingdom