Known as the oldest university in the English-speaking world and a top research institution in the nation Oxford University is the oldest in the English-speaking world.
Additionally, it has 38 separate colleges and 6 permanent private halls. It is a core member of the Europaeum, the League of European Research Universities, the Coimbra Group, and the Russell Group of research-led British universities. The 2023 Times and Sunday Times presently rank the University as the top university in the UK.
Oxford offers over 350 graduate courses in all disciplines, with new programmes added on a yearly basis. Moreover, this includes classes and research courses at every level, from diplomas to doctorates, and are available for full-time and part-time study.
Average Annual Fees for Popular Couses -
- Bachelor’s of Medicine - £39,740 - £52,490
- Bachelor’s of Philosophy, Politics and Economics - £35,080
- Bachelor’s of Mathematics and Statistics - £37,380
- MSc in Advanced Computer Science - £32,760