Oxford, University of

Oxford, University of
Oxford, University of
Oxford, England
2nd place, according to the Complete University Guide 2017
£23,000 – £31,190 per year
95% of graduates are in employment or further education in the first 6 months after graduation.

Oxford is one of the few elite universities in the world and the oldest university in the UK. It is located in a beautiful historic city, full of traditions associated with the higher education in the UK, only an hour away from London.

The university is made up of several colleges, and tutorials are central to its education system, where students receive individual tuition on weekly basis. 47 Nobel Prize winners and 26 British prime-ministers graduated from Oxford, including Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair and David Cameron.

The university attracts the best professionals in the world and some of the brightest students and provides an opportunity for the current and future experts to meet and learn from each other.

Art & Design, Economics, Engineering, Law, Linguistics, Mathematics, Medicine and Dentistry, Music, Natural Science, Politics and International Relations, Psychology and Sociology