United Kingdom
University of Oxford
The University of Oxford, founded in 1096 and located in Oxford, England, is the world's oldest English-speaking university. More than 70 departments, colleges, more than 1,800 academic employees, more than 5,500 research and research support staff, and more than 6,100 graduate research students are involved in Oxford's research activity. Oxford has produced some noteworthy leaders over the last 800 years, including Albert Einstein, Tony Blair, Bill Clinton, and Hugh Grant, to mention a few.

Cost of attendance

The application fee of the University of Oxford varies around 75-150 GBP (~7,700-15,400 INR) based on the program selected. International students planning to study in the University of Oxford can estimate annual expenses of around 26,770-37,510 GBP (~27-39 Lakh INR).


The average cost of living on campus is between £7,860 and £9,480. In addition, Oxford has a substantial number of privately rented houses and flats. Living away from home is more expensive because houses are usually rented for the entire year rather than just during the school year.

Acceptance rate

For the 6,675 postgraduate spots, almost 34,500 applications were received. Around 11,500 international students make up nearly 45 percent of our entire student body. The University of Oxford is one of the world's oldest universities, with a 15% acceptance rate and a highly selective entrance criteria.


There are 39 Oxford colleges, each of which is financially self-sufficient and self-governing, but is linked to the University in a federal system. According to a recent ranking published in The Telegraph, St John's Institution, Oxford, is the top Oxbridge college.


Officially recognized/chartered by the Privy Council, University of Oxford is a large coeducational UK higher education institution. 

Jobs and Placement

Within six months of graduation, more than 91.1 percent of university graduates found work. Ab Initio, Barclays, Citadel, Rebellion, Softwire, TNG Technology Consulting GmbH, and TPP are among the top recruitment partners. Based on 80 profiles, employees who graduate from the University of Oxford earn an average of 28 lakhs per year, with the majority earning between 11 lakhs and 50 lakhs per year. Employees in the top ten percent make more than 50 lakhs per year.

QS Ranking

University of Oxford is ranked #10 in QS Global World ranking 2022

The Ranking

Ranked #1 in Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2022

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