The University Of Oxford, established in 1096 and situated in Oxford, England, is the oldest university in the English speaking world. In less than a century, Oxford had achieved an important set of learning and won the praises of popes, kings, and sages by virtue of its antiquity, curriculum, a philosophical system, and privileges. Throughout the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, Oxford has added a serious new analysis capability within the natural and applied sciences, together with medication.
The University’s estate has been growing at around 5% per annum for the last 15 years. Over the past eight decades, Oxford has been making significant contributions to society not only locally but nationally and internationally as well. Oxford has situated about 60 miles north-west of London and today there are around 240 buildings across 13 sites in and around Oxford.
Oxford currently has a total enrollment of nearly 24,000 students including 11,930 undergraduates and 11,813 postgraduates. The majority of undergraduate students studying in Oxford come from state schools and the university also offers 350 different graduate degree programs. A world-class, modern, and research-driven university, Oxford is also ranked in the top six globally in engineering, life sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities.
Oxford has a strong alumni base of more than 350,000 alumni spread across almost every country on the planet. Oxford's research activity involves more than 70 departments, the colleges, more than 1,800 academic staff, more than 5,500 research and research support staff, and more than 6,100 graduate research students. From the past 800 years, Oxford has been producing some notable leaders such as Albert Einstein, Tony Blair, Bill Clinton, Hugh Grant, to name a few.
|Total Enrollment||3,239 (2018)|
|Global Alliances||More than 390 Institution across 30 countries|
|Total Courses||More than 500|