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Applying to University of Oxford
- Entry Requirements
224-239 UCAS Points
Average range for University of Oxford entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 29th Jun, 30th Jun & 16th Sep.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Now that the remaining COVID restrictions have been removed (apart from in hospital settings), they hope that you enjoy a return to more normal University life this term. They ask you to respect those who choose to wear a face covering.
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World-renowned university with talented professors, the city of Oxford is fantastic.
A fantastic university. Frequently talked about as one of the best universities in the world. Beautiful architecture
Good university! Nonetheless, it could give more support to students, studying wise.
Oxford has a fantastic global reputation
Overrated, especially in terms of teaching. Professors are too focused on their research to bother much with you. Great city though.
overall been as good as it can be despite covid. looking forward to being able to experience more of the uni when things open fully
Good university - did their best during the COVID19 Pandemic.
A well-respected university........
Very good university even if it's a very small campus (in Oxford)
I live in an ensuite at Slade Park and its fascinating!
Oxford University have amazing outreach programmes to extend their reach to many students. Would highly recommend to get a feel of the University.
A fantastic world-renowned institution. Excellent standards of education as with most UK universities.
Abolutely appalling place where bullying, victimization, harassment and croynism are the rule. The only thing you get out of Oxford is a degree. This place is run by cliques of lecturers who have all known each other for more than twenty years, and all cover for each other. Misogyny is pretty normal too. If you dare raise a concern, everything will be done to cover it up and silence you. Retaliation awaits you if dare say something and many lecturers are fundamentally contemptuous of students who, after all, are only cash-cows. At Oxford, internal regulation and the rule of all serve purely decorative purposes and don't be fooled by all the PR: they don't care about women, or students in general. At Oxford, only two things matter: a) extracting your fees b) maintaing their reputation.
Don't go to Oxford -- you are paying into a corrupt mafia
A racist University! God have mercy!!!!!!!
challenging university, really pushes you to think in different ways.
Oxford should feel ashamed how they have started a hate crime syndicate on their campus
We can replicate DNA message genetic code with the help of different metals like gold
Excellent in all aspects; a lot more to offer than just the academic side it is known for, many clubs and societies, as well as a diverse and welcoming student body
It looks great! And also handy to have the name on your CV.
Simply the best. Better than all the rest.
Having been to both Oxford and Cambridge, I can say for sure Oxford is better
Its great to be taught by such clever people
The university is college based, but the university offers good societies and careers advice. However the campus you live on is your college and there have been many problems I have experienced here.
Why!! Because this university will endorse stoning if you gay in bruni... if your gay don’t go here
I’ve not once seen the students union being cleaned, but that’s showbiz baby
The best university in the world, especially for those who appreciate tradition (open to all), beauty and want to work!
A brilliant university with fantastic resources and teaching staff so are second to none... could do with updating their WiFi though!
Ok i guess, love the careers office
Beautiful city, with so many opportunities for social clubs and societies.
It's very good at what it does, shame the student's union is so dire.
What to say?! It's Oxford and more than exceeds expectations!
Beautiful university, magical atmosphere, excellent education alongside very diverse peers. You get to form a great connection with all the tutors to help with your personal progress and learning! Not to mention the quads and dining halls that are all worthy as tourist attractions...
Wifi covers a lot of ground but can be on and off. So many careers opportunities, I get emails every day with prospective jobs and phone calls from companies trying to recruit me!
Wifi blankets most of Oxford but does like to go on and off at inopportune moments! Beautiful city, everything is within a 20 minute walk of my accommodation in the centre of Oxford.
Oxford University is the most amazing place to be. You meet extraordinary people at every step, both students and tutors, who absolutely change your perspective.