Established: 1096

University of Oxford

Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JD, United Kingdom

The University of Oxford is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. It has no known date of foundation, but there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world and the world's second-oldest university in continuous operation. The university is made up of a variety of institutions, including 38 constituent colleges and a full range of academic departments which are organised into four divisions. All the colleges are self-governing institutions within the university, each controlling its own membership and with its own internal structure and activities.

  • 23,000+
    Total Students
  • 38%
    International Students
  • GBP 17,354
    Total Cost of Living(average per year*)
  • GBP 7,301
    Living On-campus(average per year*)
  • 11.2
    Students Per Staff
  • Yes
    Financial Aid

University Rankings

  • Times World University (THE)
    1
  • QS World Univesity
    5
  • Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU)
    7
  • The Complete University Guide
    2

Overview

Oxford has a distinctive collegiate structure. Students and academics benefit from belonging both to the University, a large, internationally-renowned institution, and to a college or hall, a small, interdisciplinary academic community.

There are 38 Oxford colleges, which are financially independent and self-governing, but relate to the central University in a kind of federal system. There are also six permanent private halls, which are similar to colleges except that they tend to be smaller, and were founded by particular Christian denominations. The colleges and halls are close academic communities, which bring together students and researchers from different disciplines, cultures and countries. This helps to foster the outstanding research achievement that has made Oxford a leader in so many fields.

The colleges and the University work together to organise teaching and research, and many staff at Oxford will hold both a college and a University post. Being a city university, it does not have a main campus and instead its buildings and facilities are scattered throughout the city centre. Most undergraduate teaching at Oxford is organised around weekly tutorials at the colleges and halls, supported by classes, lectures, seminars, and laboratory work provided by university faculties and departments.

The central University is made up of many different sections, including academic and administrative departments, libraries and museums. There are roughly 100 major academic departments, which are overseen by the four academic divisions: Medical Sciences; Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences; Humanities and Social Sciences. Each department organises teaching and research in a different subject area, from Anthropology to Zoology. There are also many smaller, specialist research centres and sub-departments.

Colleges provide accommodation, catering, social spaces, pastoral care and other facilities for their students. The University provides centralised student services, including careers and counselling, as well as resources such as libraries, laboratories and museums.

The university operates the world's oldest university museum, as well as the largest university press in the world and the largest academic library system in Britain.

Iconic university buildings include the Radcliffe Camera, the Sheldonian Theatre used for music concerts, lectures, and university ceremonies, and the Examination Schools, where examinations and some lectures take place. The University Church of St Mary the Virgin was used for university ceremonies before the construction of the Sheldonian. Christ Church Cathedral uniquely serves as both a college chapel and as a cathedral.

The University Parks are a 70-acre (28 ha) parkland area in the northeast of the city, near Keble College, Somerville College and Lady Margaret Hall.

The university maintains the largest university library system in the UK22] and, with over 11 million volumes housed on 120 miles of shelving, the Bodleian group is the second-largest library in the UK, after the British Library. The Bodleian is a legal deposit library, which means that it is entitled to request a free copy of every book published in the UK. As such, its collection is growing at a rate of over three miles of shelving every year.

Oxford maintains a number of museums and galleries, open for free to the public. The Ashmolean Museum, founded in 1683, is the oldest museum in the UK, and the oldest university museum in the world. It holds significant collections of art and archaeology, including works by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Turner, and Picasso, as well as treasures such as the Scorpion Macehead, the Parian Marble and the Alfred Jewel.

The Oxford University Press is the world's second oldest and currently the largest university press by the number of publications. More than 6,000 new books are published annually,[134] including many reference, professional, and academic works.

Sport is played between college teams, in tournaments known as cuppers. In addition to these there are higher standard university wide groups. Significant focus is given to annual varsity matches played against Cambridge, the most famous of which is The Boat Race, watched by a TV audience of between five and ten million viewers.

There are two weekly student newspapers: the independent Cherwell and OUSU's The Oxford Student. Other publications include the The Owl Journal, the satirical Oxymoron, and the graduate Oxonian Review. The student radio station is Oxide Radio.

Most academic areas have student societies of some form which are open to students studying all courses, for example the Scientific Society. There are groups for almost all faiths, political parties, countries and cultures.

The Oxford University Student Union, better known by its acronym OUSU, exists to represent students in the university's decision-making, to act as the voice for students in the national higher education policy debate, and to provide direct services to the student body.

General Information

  • Bachelors degree
  • 56% Students
  • GBP 23,490 International student tuition fee (average per year*)
  • Masters degree
  • 44% Students
  • GBP 19,715 International student tuition fee (average per year*)

Programs / Degrees at University of Oxford

Undergraduate

  • Archaeology and Anthropology - BA (3 years)
  • Biochemistry (Molecular and Cellular) - MBiochem (4 years)
  • Biology - BA/MBiol (3 years or 4 years)
  • Biomedical Sciences - BA (3 years)
  • Chemistry - MChem (4 years)
  • Classical Archaeology and Ancient History - BA (3 years)
  • Classics - BA (4 years)
  • Classics and English - BA (4 years)
  • Classics and Modern Languages - BA (4 years to 5 years)
  • Classics and Oriental Studies - BA (4 years)
  • Computer Science - MCompSci (3 years to 4 years)
  • Computer Science and Philosophy - MCompPhil (3 years to 4 years)
  • Earth Sciences (Geology) - MEarthSci (3 years to 4 years)
  • Economics and Management - BA (3 years)
  • Engineering Science - MEng (4 years)
  • English and Modern Languages - BA (4 years)
  • English Language and Literature - BA (3 years)
  • European and Middle Eastern Languages - BA (4 years)
  • Fine Art - BA (3 years)
  • Geography - BA (3 years)
  • History - BA (3 years)
  • History (Ancient and Modern) - BA (3 years)
  • History and Economics - BA (3 years)
  • History and English - BA (3 years)
  • History and Modern Languages - BA (4 years)
  • History and Politics - BA (3 years)
  • History of Art - BA (3 years)
  • Human Sciences - BA (3 years)
  • Law (Jurisprudence) - BA (3 years)
  • Materials Science - MEng (4 years)
  • Mathematics - MMath (3 years to 4 years)
  • Mathematics and Computer Science - MMathCompSci (3 years to 4 years)
  • Mathematics and Philosophy - MMathPhil (3 years to 4 years)
  • Mathematics and Statistics - MMath (3 years to 4 years)
  • Medicine - BM BCh (6 years)
  • Medicine (graduate-entry/accelerated) - BM BCh (4 years)
  • Modern Languages - BA (4 years)
  • Modern Languages and Linguistics - BA (4 years)
  • Music - BA (3 years)
  • Oriental Studies - BA (3 years to 4 years)
  • Philosophy and Modern Languages - BA (4 years)
  • Philosophy and Theology - BA (3 years)
  • Philosophy, Politics and Economics - BA (3 years)
  • Physics - MPhys (4 years)
  • Physics and Philosophy - MPhysPhil (3 years to 4 years)
  • Psychology (Experimental) - BA (3 years)
  • Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics - BA (3 years)
  • Religion and Oriental Studies - BA (3 years)
  • Theology and Religion - BA (3 years)

Postgraduate

  • African Studies MSc (9 months)
  • Ancient History DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Ancient History DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Ancient Philosophy MSt (9 months)
  • Anthropology DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Anthropology DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Applied Landscape Archaeology MSc (2 years)
  • Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition MSc (1 year)
  • Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching MSc (2 years)
  • Applied Theology MTh (2 years)
  • Applied Theology MTh (3-4 years)
  • Applied Theology PGDip (1 year)
  • Applied Theology PGDip (2 years)
  • Archaeological Science DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Archaeological Science MSc (1 year)
  • Archaeological Science MSt (9 months)
  • Archaeology DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Archaeology DPhil (6 years)
  • Archaeology MPhil (21 months)
  • Archaeology MSt (9 months)
  • Architectural History DPhil (5-8 years)
  • Architectural History PGCert (11 months)
  • Area Studies DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Astrophysics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Atomic and Laser Physics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Autonomous Intelligent Machines and Systems EPSRC CDT (4 years)
  • Bachelor of Civil Law BCL (10 months)
  • Bible Interpretation MSt (9 months)
  • Biochemistry DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Biochemistry MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Biochemistry (OU/TSRI) DPhil (5 years)
  • Biodiversity, Conservation and Management MPhil (2 years)
  • Biodiversity, Conservation and Management MSc (1 year)
  • Biomedical and Clinical Sciences DPhil (3 years)
  • Biomedical Sciences: NIH-OU DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Buddhist Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Cardiovascular Science DPhil (4 years)
  • Chemical Biology DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Chemical Biology MSc by Research (2-3 years)
  • Chromosome and Developmental Biology DPhil (4 years)
  • Classical Archaeology DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Classical Archaeology MPhil (21 months)
  • Classical Archaeology MSt (9 months)
  • Classical Armenian Studies MSt (9 months)
  • Classical Hebrew Studies MSt (9 months)
  • Classical Indian Religion MPhil (21 months)
  • Classical Languages and Literature DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Classical Languages and Literature DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Clinical Embryology MSc (1 year)
  • Clinical Medicine DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Clinical Medicine DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Clinical Neurosciences DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Clinical Neurosciences MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Clinical Psychology DClin Psych (Contact department)
  • Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology MSc (1 year)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Studies PGCert (2 years)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy MSc (2 years)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy PGDip (Up to 1 year, dependent on specialism)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy PGCert (9 months)
  • Comparative Social Policy MPhil (21 months)
  • Comparative Social Policy MSc (1 year)
  • Computer Science DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Computer Science MSc (1 year)
  • Condensed Matter Physics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Contemporary Chinese Studies MSc (1 year)
  • Continuing Education DPhil (4-8 years)
  • Creative Writing MSt (2 years)
  • Criminology DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Criminology DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice MSc (9 months)
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice MSc (21 months)
  • Cuneiform Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Development Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Diamond Science and Technology EPSRC CDT (4 years)
  • Diplomatic Studies MSt (1 year)
  • Diplomatic Studies PGDip (9 months)
  • DPhil Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics (6-8 years)
  • Earth Sciences DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Eastern Christian Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Ecological Survey Techniques PGCert (1 year)
  • Economic and Social History MPhil (21 months)
  • Economic and Social History MSc (11 months)
  • Economics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Economics DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Economics MPhil (21 months)
  • Economics for Development MSc (9 months)
  • Education DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Education DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Education (Child Development and Education) MSc (1 year)
  • Education (Comparative and International Education) MSc (1 year)
  • Education (Higher Education) MSc (1 year)
  • Education (Research Design and Methodology) MSc (1 year)
  • Education (Research Design and Methodology) MSc (2 years)
  • Educational Assessment MSc (2 years)
  • Egyptology MPhil (21 months)
  • Engineering Science DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Engineering Science DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Engineering Science MSc by Research (2-3 years)
  • English DPhil (3-4 years)
  • English (1550-1700) MSt (9 months)
  • English (1700-1830) MSt (9 months)
  • English (1830-1914) MSt (9 months)
  • English (1900-Present) MSt (9 months)
  • English ( 650-1550) MSt (9 months)
  • English and American Studies MSt (9 months)
  • English Local History DPhil (4-6 years)
  • English Local History MSc (2 years)
  • English Studies (Medieval Period) MPhil (21 months)
  • Enhanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy PGCert (Up to 1 year, dependent on specialism)
  • Environmental Change and Management MPhil (2 years)
  • Environmental Change and Management MSc (1 year)
  • Environmental Research NERC DTP (4 years)
  • Evidence Based Health Care (Medical Statistics) MSc (2-4 years)
  • Evidence Based Health Care (Systematic Reviews) MSc (2-4 years)
  • Evidence-Based Health Care DPhil (4-8 years)
  • Evidence-Based Health Care MSc (2-4 years)
  • Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation MPhil (21 months)
  • Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation MSc (1 year)
  • Executive MBA EMBA (2018-19 entry) (21 months)
  • Executive MBA EMBA (2019-20 entry) (21 months)
  • Experimental and Translational Therapeutics MSc (2-4 years)
  • Experimental Psychology DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Experimental Psychology DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Experimental Psychology MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Experimental Psychology MSc by Research (2-6 years)
  • Film Aesthetics MSt (9 months)
  • Financial Economics MSc (9 months)
  • Financial Strategy PGDip (Jan. 2019 entry) (13 months)
  • Financial Strategy PGDip (Jan. 2020 entry) (13 months)
  • Fine Art DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Fine Art DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Fine Art MFA (9 months)
  • Fine Art MFA (21 months)
  • Genomic Medicine and Statistics DPhil (4 years)
  • Geography and the Environment DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Geography and the Environment DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Global and Imperial History MSt (9 months)
  • Global Business PGDip (Jan. 2019 entry) (13 months)
  • Global Business PGDip (Jan. 2020 entry) (13 months)
  • Global Governance and Diplomacy MSc (9 months)
  • Global Health Science and Epidemiology MSc (1 year)
  • Greek and/or Latin Languages and Literature MPhil (21 months)
  • Greek and/or Latin Languages and Literature MSt (9 months)
  • Greek and/or Roman History MPhil (21 months)
  • Greek and/or Roman History MSt (9 months)
  • Health Research PGDip (1-3 years)
  • Health Research PGCert (1-2 years)
  • Historical Studies MSt (1 year)
  • Historical Studies PGCert (9 months)
  • History DPhil (3-4 years)
  • History DPhil (6-8 years)
  • History MPhil (21 months)
  • History MSt (9 months)
  • History MSt (21 months)
  • History (History of Science and Economic and Social History) DPhil (6-8 years)
  • History (History of Science and Medicine & Economic and Social History) DPhil (3-4 years)
  • History of Art DPhil (3-4 years)
  • History of Art DPhil (6-8 years)
  • History of Art and Visual Culture MSt (9 months)
  • History of Design MSt (21 months)
  • History of Science, Medicine and Technology MPhil (21 months)
  • History of Science, Medicine and Technology MSc (11 months)
  • Industrially Focused Mathematical Modelling EPSRC CDT (4 years)
  • Infection, Immunology and Translational Medicine DPhil (4 years)
  • Information, Communication and the Social Sciences DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Information, Communication and the Social Sciences DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Inorganic Chemistry DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Inorganic Chemistry MSc by Research (2-3 years)
  • Integrated Immunology MSc (1 year)
  • Intellectual Property Law and Practice PGDip (10 months)
  • Interdisciplinary Bioscience BBSRC DTP (4 years)
  • International Development DPhil (3-4 years)
  • International Health and Tropical Medicine MSc (1 year)
  • International Human Rights Law MSt (22 months)
  • International Relations DPhil (3-4 years)
  • International Relations MPhil (21 months)
  • International Wildlife Conservation Practice PGDip (8 months)
  • Ion Channels and Disease DPhil (4 years)
  • Islamic Art and Archaeology MPhil (21 months)
  • Islamic Art and Archaeology MSt (9 months)
  • Islamic Studies and History MPhil (21 months)
  • Islamic Studies and History MSt (9 months)
  • Japanese Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Japanese Studies MSc (1 year)
  • Jewish Studies MSt (9 months)
  • Jewish Studies in the Graeco-Roman Period MPhil (21 months)
  • Jewish Studies in the Graeco-Roman Period MSt (9 months)
  • Judaism and Christianity in the Graeco-Roman World MPhil (21 months)
  • Korean Studies MSt (9 months)
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies MSt (9 months)
  • Latin American Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Latin American Studies MSc (9 months)
  • Law DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Law DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Law MPhil (1 year)
  • Law and Finance MSc (10 months)
  • Learning and Teaching MSc (2-3 years, dependent on qualifications)
  • Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics MPhil (21 months)
  • Literature and Arts DPhil (4-8 years)
  • Literature and Arts MSt (2 years)
  • Magister Juris MJur (10 months)
  • Major Programme Management MSc (2 years)
  • Management Studies DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Master of Business Administration MBA (1 year)
  • Master of Business Administration Oxford 1+1 MBA programme (2 years)
  • Materials DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Materials MSc by Research (2-3 years)
  • Mathematical and Computational Finance MSc (10 months)
  • Mathematical and Theoretical Physics MSc (9 months)
  • Mathematical Finance MSc (28 months)
  • Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing MSc (1 year)
  • Mathematical Sciences MSc (9 months)
  • Mathematics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Mathematics MSc by Research (2-3 years)
  • Mathematics and Foundations of Computer Science MSc (1 year)
  • Medical Anthropology MPhil (21 months)
  • Medical Anthropology MSc (1 year)
  • Medical Sciences DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Medicine BM BCh (Graduate entry) (4 years)
  • Medieval and Modern Languages DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Medieval and Modern Languages DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Medieval Studies MSt (9 months)
  • Migration Studies MSc (9 months)
  • Modern Chinese Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Modern Languages MPhil (21 months)
  • Modern Languages MSt (9 months)
  • Modern Middle Eastern Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Modern Middle Eastern Studies MSc (1 year)
  • Modern South Asian Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Modern South Asian Studies MSc (1 year)
  • Molecular and Cellular Medicine DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Molecular and Cellular Medicine MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Molecular Cell Biology in Health and Disease DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Musculoskeletal Sciences DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Musculoskeletal Sciences MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Music DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Music DPhil (7-8 years)
  • Music (Composition) MPhil (21 months)
  • Music (Composition) MSt (9 months)
  • Music (Musicology) MPhil (21 months)
  • Music (Musicology) MSt (9 months)
  • Music (Performance) MPhil (21 months)
  • Music (Performance) MSt (9 months)
  • Nanotechnology PGCert (9 months)
  • Nanotechnology for Medicine and Health Care MSc (2-4 years)
  • Nature, Society and Environmental Governance MPhil (2 years)
  • Nature, Society and Environmental Governance MSc (1 year)
  • Neuroscience MSc (1 year)
  • Neuroscience (4-year Wellcome Trust DTP) combined MSc and DPhil (4 years)
  • Oncology DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Oncology MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Organic Chemistry DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Organic Chemistry MSc by Research (2-3 years)
  • Organisational Leadership PGDip (Feb. 2019 entry) (13 months)
  • Organisational Leadership PGDip (Feb. 2020 entry) (13 months)
  • Oriental Studies DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Oriental Studies MSt (9 months)
  • Paediatric Infectious Diseases MSc (1 year)
  • Paediatric Infectious Diseases PGDip (2 years)
  • Paediatrics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Particle Physics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Patient Safety PGCert (1-2 years)
  • PGCE PGCert (1 year)
  • Pharmacology DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Pharmacology MSc (1 year)
  • Pharmacology MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Philosophical Theology MPhil (21 months)
  • Philosophical Theology MSt (9 months)
  • Philosophy DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Philosophy BPhil (21 months)
  • Philosophy of Physics MSt (9 months)
  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry MSc by Research (2-3 years)
  • Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Plant Sciences DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Political Theory Research MSc (1 year)
  • Politics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Politics (Comparative Government) MPhil (21 months)
  • Politics (European Politics and Society) MPhil (21 months)
  • Politics (Political Theory) MPhil (21 months)
  • Politics Research MSc (1 year)
  • Population Health DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Population Health DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Practical Ethics MSt (2-3 years)
  • Primary Health Care DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Primary Health Care DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Primary Health Care MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Psychiatry DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Psychiatry DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Psychiatry MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Psychiatry MSc by Research (2-6 years)
  • Psychodynamic Counselling PGCert (9 months)
  • Psychodynamic Practice MSt (1 year)
  • Psychodynamic Practice PGDip (21 months)
  • Psychological Research MSc (1 year)
  • Public Policy DPhil (3 years)
  • Public Policy DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Public Policy MPP (1 year)
  • Radiation Biology MSc (1 year)
  • Radiation Oncology combined MSc and DPhil (4 years)
  • Refugee and Forced Migration Studies MSc (9 months)
  • Russian and East European Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Russian and East European Studies MSc (9 months)
  • Science and Technology of Fusion Energy EPSRC CDT (4 years)
  • Slavonic Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Slavonic Studies MSt (9 months)
  • Sleep Medicine MSc (2 years)
  • Sleep Medicine PGDip (2 years)
  • Social Anthropology MPhil (21 months)
  • Social Anthropology MSc (1 year)
  • Social Data Science combined MSc and DPhil (10 months + 3-4 years)
  • Social Data Science combined MSc and DPhil (10 months + 6-8 years)
  • Social Data Science DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Social Data Science DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Social Data Science MSc (10 months)
  • Social Intervention DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Social Policy DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Social Science of the Internet MSc (10 months)
  • Social Science of the Internet MSc (22 months)
  • Social Science of the Internet + Information, Communication and the Social Sciences combined MSc and DPhil (10 months + 3-4 years)
  • Socio-Legal Research MPhil (1 year)
  • Socio-Legal Studies DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Socio-Legal Studies DPhil (6-8 years)
  • Sociology DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Sociology MSc (1 year)
  • Sociology MSc (2 years)
  • Sociology and Demography MPhil (21 months)
  • Software and Systems Security MSc (2-4 years)
  • Software Engineering MSc (2-4 years)
  • Statistical Science MSc (1 year)
  • Statistical Science PGDip (9 months)
  • Statistics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Statistics MSc by Research (2-3 years)
  • Strategy and Innovation PGDip (Feb. 2019 entry) (13 months)
  • Strategy and Innovation PGDip (Feb. 2020 entry) (13 months)
  • Structural Biology DPhil (4 years)
  • Study of Religion MSt (9 months)
  • Surgical Science and Practice MSc (2-4 years)
  • Surgical Sciences DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Surgical Sciences MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Sustainable Urban Development DPhil (4-8 years)
  • Sustainable Urban Development MSc (2 years)
  • Synthesis for Biology and Medicine EPSRC CDT (4 years)
  • Synthetic Biology EPSRC and BBSRC CDT (4 years)
  • Syriac Studies MSt (9 months)
  • Systems Approaches to Biomedical Science EPSRC and MRC CDT (4 years)
  • Taxation MSc (2 years)
  • Teacher Education MSc (2 years)
  • Theology BTh (Contact department)
  • Theology BTh (Contact department)
  • Theology MPhil (21 months)
  • Theology MSt (9 months)
  • Theology and Religion DPhil (3 years)
  • Theology and Religion DPhil (6 years)
  • Theology and Religion PGDip (9 months)
  • Theology and Religion PGDip (21 months)
  • Theoretical and Computational Chemistry (Stand-Alone) MSc (10 months)
  • Theoretical Physics DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Theory and Modelling in Chemical Sciences EPSRC CDT (4 years)
  • Tibetan and Himalayan Studies MPhil (21 months)
  • Traditional China MSt (9 months)
  • Traditional East Asia MPhil (21 months)
  • Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology MPhil (21 months)
  • Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology MSc (1 year)
  • Water Science, Policy and Management MPhil (2 years)
  • Water Science, Policy and Management MSc (1 year)
  • Women's and Reproductive Health DPhil (3-4 years)
  • Women's and Reproductive Health MSc by Research (1-3 years)
  • Women's Studies MSt (9 months)
  • World Literatures in English MSt (9 months)
  • Yiddish Studies MSt (9 months)
  • Zoology DPhil (3-4 years)

Selection criteria

Language test
  • IELTS (Bachelors) 7.0
  • IELTS (Masters) 7.5

Academic Life

  • 46 : 54
    Female male ratio
  • Trimesters
    Academic calendar

Student Life

  • 10,001+
    Employees
  • Urban
    Campus setting
  • Public
    Control type
  • Non-Profit
    Entity
  • Religious affiliation
    None

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