Oxford as a City
Oxford has plenty to offer! As well as being steeped in history, the city is a hive of innovation and activity. Just ask the 162,000 residents and 4730 businesses who call the city home!
Alongside the oldest university in the English speaking world, Oxford has so much for you to explore. Click each image below to discover more:
About The University
The Application Process:
Applications to undergraduate courses at the University of Oxford take place between 1 September and 15 October each year, for places beginning the following autumn. These applications must be made through UCAS.
For guidance on when you should complete each stage of your application, see the Admissions Timeline provided by the Central University. This should provide all the deadlines you will need!
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Outreach Resources & Programmes:
The University of Oxford runs a large number of widening participation, widening access and student recruitment events each year, across the UK and internationally. These events are coordinated by colleges, departments, museums, the student union and a central Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach team.
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The University of Oxford has an online diary of Outreach Events for students and teachers. It includes events in Oxford, around the UK and in other parts of the world. You may want to bookmark this page and check it regularly for events of interest.
The best way to learn about Oxford life is to be fully immersed in it. UNIQ is designed to help you do just that, taking you behind the college gates, into lecture theatres and giving you access to Oxford’s top academics. UNIQ is open to students studying in their first year of further education, who are based at UK state schools/colleges, and has a summer school and digital component.
Oxplore is the home of big questions, engaging with debates and ideas that go beyond what is covered in the classroom. Oxplore tackles complex ideas across a wide range of subjects and draws on the latest research undertaken at Oxford.
Oxford applicants are often recommended to pursue their interests beyond what they are currently studying at school. Here you can find some resources for engaging with your favourite subjects in a deeper way: we have included reading lists as well as links to useful websites and interesting social media channels to follow.