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What’s new at the University of Oxford?

  • Oct 16, 2024, is the Oxford application deadline 2024 to apply for admission to undergraduate programs through the UCAS application
  • Oxford University deadline for MBA admission is Mar 20, 2024

Ranked among the top 3 Universities in the world, The University of Oxford offers over 250 undergraduate and graduate programs to international students. Applicants can apply for Oxford University admission online through the "UCAS application or using the official website". According to different unofficial sources, Oxford University acceptance rate is around 17%, but as per the Oxford admission report of 2022, the University of Oxford acceptance rate is around 14% for undergraduate admission and 17% for graduate admission. The high acceptance rate at Oxfrod makes admission very competitive for international students.

For the University of Oxford admission, applicants have to pay the non-refundable Oxford University application fee to submit the admission application. According to Oxford University Reviews & Ratings given by students, Oxford gets a 5.0 rating out of 5.0 for Safety, Value for money, Quality of faculty, etc. 

Read more about the Oxford University acceptance rate 2024

University of Oxford Admissions 2024 Highlights

We have mentioned below the highlights of the University of Oxford admissions 2024 for international students:

Particulars

Details

Application portal

UG: UCAS

PG: Online to the university

MBA: apply.sbs.ox.ac.uk/apply/

Application fee

UG: As per UCAS

PG: £75 or INR 7.9k per course (Exceptions applicable)

Standardized test scores (PG)

GMAT / GRE

English language tests accepted

IELTS / TOEFL / PTE (varies as per course level)

International application deadline

UG: Oct 16, 2024

PG: Vary by program

MBA: Mar 30, 2024 (round 3)

(£ 1 = INR 104.98)

Check the list of Oxford University scholarships for International students 2024

University of Oxford Courses & Fees

At the undergraduate level, several Oxford University courses are available. Some of the study areas at the undergraduate level are Computer Science, Economics and Management, Fine Arts, etc. More than 350 graduate courses are offered by the University of Oxford. Check Oxford University fees for international students with course duration:

Courses 1st Year Tuition Fees Duration & Eligibility
MFA (1 course)
INR 33 L
Duration: 9 months
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7.5 & Above
MBA/PGDM (5 courses)
INR 29 L - 83 L
Duration: 9-12 months
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7.5 & AboveGREGMAT
MS (44 courses)
INR 26 L - 50 L
Duration: 9 months-3 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7 - 7.5
MA (53 courses)
INR 26 L - 31 L
Duration: 9 months-2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7.5 & Above
BA (30 courses)
INR 29 L - 47 L
Duration: 21 months-5 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7.5 & AbovePTE: 76 & Above
BSc (22 courses)
INR 29 L - 47 L
Duration: 3-4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7 - 7.5PTE: 76 & Above
MIM (4 courses)
INR 29 L - 57 L
Duration: 9-12 months
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7.5 & AboveGREGMAT
LLM  (6 courses)
INR 26 L - 48 L
Duration: 9 months-1 year
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7.5 & Above
BE/BTech (5 courses)
INR 38 L - 47 L
Duration: 3-4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7 - 7.5PTE: 66 - 76
MBBS (1 course)
INR 42 L
Duration: 6 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 7.5 & AbovePTE: 76 & Above

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Oxford Application Deadline 2024

The Oxford deadline 2024 for undergraduate admission is Oct 16, 2024, for international students applying through the UCAS application. The University of Oxford admission deadline for graduate programs varies from one program to another. Oxford University admission applications are still open for over 100 graduate programs for international students. Check the list of the University of Oxford courses (graduate) open for admission in 2024.

Graduate Programs Application Deadlines
MSc Financial Economics Mar 6, 2024
MSc in Genomic Medicine Dec 1, 2024
Master of Fine Art Jan 5, 2025 (tentative)
MSc in Advanced Computer Science Jan 5, 2025 (tentative)

Oxford MBA Application Deadlines

The Oxford MBA deadline for the class of 2024-25 is now open. The application deadlines for international students are given below: 

  • Round 3: Mar 20, 2024

Note: Applicants can apply to any Oxford University deadline mentioned above but try to apply to the earliest deadline available.

How can I get Admission to Oxford University?

International applicants who wish to study at Oxford University must apply through UCAS. We have mentioned below the University of Oxford application guide for applicants:

Oxford Application Process

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University of Oxford Admissions 2024 FAQs

Q:   How can I get admission to Oxford University from India?

A: 

Oxford University requirements for international students are given below:

Undergraduate Admission

All those Indian students who have a Class 12 qualification, studied with either the CBSE or CISCE boards are accepted, provided they have the following grades:

Course Level

CBSE Board

CISCE Board

A*A*A

Grades A1 A2, with grade A1 in any subjects relevant to the course to which an applicant has applied

Overall grade of at least 90%, with 95% or above in four subjects (including any course relevant to the course applied for) and 85% or above in the fifth subject

 A*AA

Grades A1 A2, with grade A1 in any subjects relevant to the course to which an applicant has applied

Overall grade of at least 90%, with 95% or above in three subjects (including any course relevant to the course applied for) and 85% or above in two other subjects

AAA

Grades A1 A2, with grade A1 in any subjects relevant to the course to which an applicant has applied

Overall grade of at least 90%, with 95% or above in two subjects (including any course relevant to the course applied for) and 85% or above in the rest of the three subjects

Note: State board examinations, NIOS Class 12 qualifications are not accepted

Graduate Admissions

Undergraduate Qualifications

If the graduate course at the University of Oxford requires a strong upper-second class undergraduate degree with honors in the UK system, the applicants must have either one of the below-given qualifications:

  • A professional bachelor’s degree (4 years) from a recognised institution with an overall grade of 60% for degrees granted by prestigious institutes (Example: Institutions of National Importance), or 70% for degrees awarded by other institutes; or a cumulative GPA of 3.3 out of 4.0; 5.0 out of 7.0; 6.0 out of 8.0 or 8.0 out of 10.0
  • A standard bachelor’s degree (3 years) from a recognised institute with an overall grade of 65% for degrees awarded by prestigious institutes (Example: Institutions of National Importance), or 70% for degrees awarded by other institutes

Also, master’s degree holders from non-recognized institutes will also be eligible

If the graduate course at Oxford University requires a first-class undergraduate degree with honors in the UK system, the applicants must have either one of the below-given qualifications:

  • A professional bachelor’s degree (4 years) from a recognised institution with an overall grade of 65% for degrees granted by prestigious institutes (Example: Institutions of National Importance), or 75% for degrees awarded by other institutes; or CGPA of 3.5 out of 4.0; 5.5 out of 7.0; 6.5 out of 8.0 or 8.5 out of 10.0
  • A standard bachelor’s degree (3 years) from a recognised institute with an overall grade of 70% for degrees awarded by prestigious institutes (Example: Institutions of National Importance), or 75% for degrees awarded by other institutes

Master’s qualifications

If the graduate course at the University of Oxford requires a master’s degree in the UK system, then the applicants should have a master’s degree awarded by a recognised institute with an overall grade corresponding to the following:

  • 55% for a pass grade in the UK system
  • 60% for a merit grade in the UK system
  • 70% for a distinction grade in the UK system
 

Q:   How to get admission to Oxford University for international students?

A: 

To get through Oxford University admissions, the applicants are required to follow the process given below:

Undergraduate Admissions

  • First of all, research and choose the course
  • Then, check the admission requirements and know whether you are on track to achieve the grades that the university require
  • Lastly, decide whether to state a preference for an Oxford college or make an open application

Graduate Admissions

  • First of all, start the application. This means knowing the deadlines and when to apply, how to apply, choosing an application type, etc.
  • Next, enter all the required details in the Oxford University application
  • Then, know how to provide reference details as a part of the application
  • Next, complete the qualifications tab of the application form
  • Also, provide the required or supporting documents such as academic transcripts, statement of purpose / research proposal, written work, any other documents.
  • Lastly, pay the Oxford University application fee for graduate programs which is £75 per course (Exceptions being there)

Read: Documents required for admission in UK

 

Q:   Is it hard to get into Oxford Uni?

A: 

According to different unofficial sources, Oxford University acceptance rate is around 17%, but as per the Oxford admission report of 2022, the University of Oxford acceptance rate is around 14% for undergraduate admission and 17% for graduate admission. The high acceptance rate at Oxfrod makes admission very competitive for international students.

In reference to graduate studies, the University of Oxford has mentioned that since that admission is very competitive, the admission requirements vary between programs, but in general, the academic departments look for students with the ability, curiosity, enthusiasm, and commitment required to pursue higher-level study there. Oxford University is committed to admitting students from all backgrounds and identities. 

Read more about the Oxford University acceptance rate 2024

 

Q:   Does Oxford University require IELTS?

A: 

Yes, it is known that the University of Oxford is very competitive when it comes to admissions, so students are required to show the English language proficiency. As the university itself specifies that both the undergraduate and graduate courses are demanding and the applicants are required to demonstrate a high level of English proficiency to take admission, given below are the standard level and higher-level English language test scores.

Undergraduate Admissions

Test

Standard Level Scores

Higher Level Scores

IELTS

7.0, Minimum 6.5 per component

7.5, Minimum 7.0 per component

TOEFL

100, With 22 in Listening, 24 in Reading, 25 in Speaking, 24 in Writing  

110, With 22 in Listening, 24 in Reading, 25 in Speaking, 24 in Writing

PTE

66, Minimum 56 in Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing

76, Minimum 66 in Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing

Graduate Admissions

Test

Standard Level Scores

Higher Level Scores

IELTS

7.0, With 6.5 per component

7.5, With 7.0 per component

TOEFL

100, With 22 in Listening, 24 in Reading, 25 in Speaking, 24 in Writing

110, With 22 in Listening, 24 in Reading, 25 in Speaking, 24 in Writing

 

Q:   How much does Oxford cost for Indian students?

A: 
CoursesUniversity of Oxford Tuition Fees (1st-Year)
Others PG  (85 courses)
INR 25.9 L - 50.2 L
MS  (33 courses)
INR 26.3 L - 48.2 L
M.Phil  (51 courses)
INR 25.9 L - 33.4 L
MBA/PGDM  (1 course)
INR 75.6 L
Others UG  (24 courses)
INR 29.1 L - 46.8 L
BA  (27 courses)
INR 28.9 L - 37.1 L
BE / BTech  (5 courses)
INR 38.2 L - 46.8 L
MIM  (5 courses)
INR 29.1 L - 56.7 L
LLB  (2 courses)
INR 30 L - 37.1 L
PG Diploma  (5 courses)
INR 13.6 L - 30.9 L
LLM  (6 courses)
INR 25.9 L - 48.2 L

Living Costs: As per information available for undergraduate courses, the living costs can vary as per the lifestyle of students. These can be estimated to be around £1,290 and £1,840 per month in 2023-24. A breakdown of the living expenses is given below:

Particulars

Lower Range (Per Month)

Upper Range (Per Month)

Food

£300 (Around INR 31k)

£470 (Around INR 49k)

Accommodation

£715 (Around INR 75k)

£860 (Around INR 90k)

Personal items

£180 (Around INR 19k)

£305 (Around INR 32k)

Social activities

£40 (Around INR 4k)

£90 (Around INR 9.5k)

Study costs

£35 (Around INR 3,700)

£80 (Around INR 8.3k)

Other

£20 (Around INR 2k)

£35 (Around INR 3.7k)

Read: Cost of Living for International Students in UK

Q:   Which Indians studied in Oxford?

A: 

Notable alumni of the University of Oxford include:

  • Indira Gandhi: Former Prime Minister of India
  • Manmohan Singh: Former Prime Minister of India
  • Amitav Ghosh: Writer
  • Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi: Former Captain of the Indian Cricket team
  • Vikram Seth: Writer
 

Q:   Can I get a full scholarship to Oxford?

A: 

Felix scholarships allow Indian outstanding students to pursue graduate studies in any subject at the University of Oxford. This scholarship covers 100% of the tuition fees, one return flight from India to the UK, and a grant for living costs. These awards are made for the full duration of the students’ fee liability for the agreed course. The details for some of the scholarships to study at the University of Oxford are given below:

Scholarships

Value

Currency

Felix Scholarships- University of Oxford (MSc in Psychological Research)

41740

Pound Sterling

Clarendon Scholarships- MSc in Mathematical and Computational Finance

50577

Pound Sterling

Clarendon Scholarships- MBA

 

87149

 

Pound Sterling

Rhodes Scholarship- MSc in Law and Finance

59430

 

Pound Sterling

Read: Popular Scholarships to Study in UK for Indian Students 

 

Q:   How many Indian students are in Oxford University?

A: 

According to the data as of December 2022,  international students make up 46% of Oxford students. 65% of all graduate students are from outside the UK, as are 23% of all undergraduates. Over 160 countries and territories are represented among the student body of the University of Oxford. Indian students were 497 in number.

Q:   How can I get admission to Oxford for MBA?

A: 

Oxford University requirements for MBA applicants are given below:

  • Academic transcripts
  • CV of one page containing relevant professional experience
  • GMAT or GRE test score report
  • English language test scores
  • Two professional / academic references
  • Supporting statement
  • Online assessment
  • A complete online application form with a £150 application fee

Read: MBA in UK

 

Q:   Do you need GMAT for Oxford MBA?

A: 

Yes, a GMAT or GRE score is required in order to take admission to the University of Oxford MBA. As such, there is no minimum required GMAT score, but GMAT scores of 650 or above are considered competitive. The University of Oxford’s current MBA class has a median GMAT score of 690. In the case of GRE, a verbal score of 160 and a quantitative score of 160 is considered competitive.

 

Q:   How much does MBA cost in Oxford University?

A: 

The cost of the University of Oxford MBA course is £71,440. In INR, this amount is around 74 Lacs for first-year tuition fees. Besides the tuition fees, students have to pay the expenses for other things as well such as hostel & meals, personal items, social activities, etc. The duration of the University of Oxford MBA course is one-year.

 

Q:   How to apply for Oxford MSc Financial Economics?

A: 

To apply to the University of Oxford MSc Financial Economics program, the applicants must meet the following requirements given below:

  • Undergraduate degree
  • GMAT / GRE scores
  • Work experience (preferable)
  • References
  • Essay
  • English language proficiency: TOEFL (Minimum score: 110) / IELTS (Minimum score: 7.5)
  • Online assessment
 

Q:   What is the placement of MSc Financial Economics at Oxford?

A: 

As per the data of 2020, in Financial Times rankings,  98% of the University of Oxford MFE graduates achieved employment within three months. The reported average salary of surveyed MFE graduates was $111,005. The increase in salary was 42%.

 

Q:   Can you illustrate the class profile of University of Oxford MSc Financial Economics?

A: 

The details of the current class profile of the University of Oxford MSc Financial Economics are given below: 

  • GMAT average score: 742
  • International students: 99%
  • Class size: 73
  • Female: 56%
 

Q:   How can I apply to the University of Oxford MSc in Computer Science course?

A: 

These Oxford University application requirements must be met by the MSc in Computer Science applicants because if any document does not meet the specifications, including the word count, then the application will be considered incomplete, and will not be further evaluated.

  • Referees: 3 overall, academic preferred
  • Official transcripts: Transcripts must give detailed information of the individual grades received in the university-level qualifications
  • A resume / CV: This is compulsory. Most applicants choose to submit a document of 1 or 2 pages highlighting their academic achievements and any relevant professional experience
  • Statement of purpose / Personal statement: A maximum of 1000 words
 

Q:   How to get into Oxford for MSc Computer Science?

A: 

MSc Advanced in Computer Science course of the University of Oxford was earlier known as the MSc in Computer Science. Oxford University requirements for admission to MSc in Advanced Computer Science are given below:

Academic Requirement: A first-class undergraduate degree with honors in Computer Science or Mathematics is required. In other words, the applicants must either of the below-given eligibility:

  • A professional bachelor’s degree (4-years) from a recognised institution with an overall grade of 65% for degrees granted by prestigious institutes (Example: Institutions of National Importance), or 75% for degrees awarded by other institutes; or 3.5 out of 4.0; 5.5 out of 7.0; 6.5 out of 8.0 or 8.5 out of 10.0
  • A standard bachelor’s degree (3 years) from a recognised institute with an overall grade of 70% for degrees awarded by prestigious institutes (Example: Institutions of National Importance), or 75% for degrees awarded by other institutes
  • No GMAT / GRE scores
  • Three references
  • CV / resume
  • English language proficiency: IELTS with 7.5 as a minimum score / TOEFL iBT with 110 as a minimum score
  • Also, it is crucial to have the necessary background to cope with Mathematical notation and basic skills in Computer Programming
 

Q:   Who gets accepted to Oxford?

A: 

For Oxford University admissions, the selection criteria specified below are followed:

Undergraduate Admissions

  • Applications are evaluated by the University of Oxford’s tutors using the selection criteria for each course
  • The academic tutors look for the academic ability and potential of students. They look for students with a deep interest in the subject to which they are applying
  • At Oxford, extra-curricular activities are not considered at the time of evaluation of the application, unless they are relevant to the course to which an applicant is applying and help to demonstrate the selection criteria for the selected course

Graduate Admissions

  • Oxford University graduate application is academically evaluated against the entry requirements for the course. The applications are relatively assessed in terms of the quality of previous academic excellence and future potential in comparison with the applications received from other applicants for that particular course
  • The University of Oxford seeks to admit the very best applicants. Note that meeting the entry requirements may not be enough to guarantee a place and competition for places is very strong
  • The University of Oxford departments receive many more excellent applications than they have places available, so it is crucial to take care of the application in order to showcase academic achievement and future potential
 

Q:   What time do Oxford offers come out for 2024?

A: 

Undergraduate applicants who are interviewed will get to know whether or not they have been offered a place at the University of Oxford is January 09, 2024. At the graduate level, the applicants are going to usually find out by email whether their application is successful from their academic department about 8-10 weeks after the application deadline.

 

Q:   What is the fees of Oxford University in Indian rupees?

A: 

Oxford University fees vary by programme from INR 14 L to INR 83 L for international students. We have mentioned below the Oxford University fees in indian rupees:

Courses1st Year Tuition FeesDuration & Eligibility
MIM  (1 course)
INR 33 L
Duration: 9 months
Exam Accepted: IELTS: 7.5 & Above
BE/BTech  (5 courses)
INR 29 L - 83 L
Duration: 9-12 months
Exam Accepted: IELTS: 7.5 & Above,  GRE,  GMAT
MS  (44 courses)
INR 26 L - 50 L
Duration: 9 months-3 years
Exam Accepted: IELTS: 7 - 7.5
MA  (53 courses)
INR 26 L - 31 L
Duration: 9 months-2 years
Exam Accepted: IELTS: 7.5 & Above
BA  (30 courses)
INR 29 L - 47 L
Duration: 21 months-5 years
Exam Accepted: IELTS: 7.5 & Above,  PTE: 76 & Above
BSc  (22 courses)
INR 29 L - 47 L
Duration: 3-4 years
Exam Accepted: IELTS: 7 - 7.5,  PTE: 76 & Above
MIM  (4 courses)
INR 29 L - 57 L
Duration: 9-12 months
Exam Accepted: IELTS: 7.5 & Above,  GRE,  GMAT
LLM   (6 courses)
INR 26 L - 48 L
Duration: 9 months-1 year
Exam Accepted: IELTS: 7.5 & Above
BE/BTech  (5 courses)
INR 38 L - 47 L
Duration: 3-4 years
Exam Accepted: IELTS: 7 - 7.5,  PTE: 66 - 76
MBBS  (1 course)
INR 42 L
Duration: 6 years
Exam Accepted: IELTS: 7.5 & Above,  PTE: 76 & Above
 

Q:   How can an Indian student get into Oxford?

A: 

Indian students who wish to study at Oxford, must check the below Oxford University application steps to apply for admission:

Step 1: Select your prefered course from Oxford University courses and meet the course requirements

Step 2: Explore the University of Oxford college and decide where you want ot study

Step 3: Check the University of Oxford admission deadline and apply before it.

Step 4: Submit all the admission related documents

Step 5: Pay non-refundable Oxford UNiversity application fee to submit the admission application

Check the Steps to UK College Admissions

 

Q:   What is the process in enrolling into Oxford University?

A: 

International students who wish to apply for Oxford University admission 2024 can check the below application process:

Step 1: Select your prefered course from Oxford University courses and meet the course requirements

Step 2: Explore the University of Oxford college and decide where you want ot study

Step 3: Check the University of Oxford admission deadline and apply before it.

Step 4: Submit all the admission related documents

Step 5: Pay non-refundable Oxford UNiversity application fee to submit the admission application

Check the Steps to UK College Admissions

 

Q:   What is it like to study at Oxford University?

A: 

According to Oxford University Reviews & Ratings given by students, Oxford gets a 5.0 rating out of 5.0 for Safety, Value for money, Quality of faculty, etc. The University of Oxford ranking is also impressive as it ranks among the top 3 Universities in the world by QS. Oxford offers top ranked programs in the world for international students. Oxford University MBA ranks at 18 in the world. 

Q:   What are the best subjects to study at Oxford University?

A: 

At the undergraduate level, several Oxford University courses are available. Some of the study areas at the undergraduate level are Computer Science, Economics and Management, Fine Arts, etc. More than 350 graduate courses are offered by the University of Oxford. Check Oxford University fees for international students:

Courses1st Year Tuition Fees
MBA/PGDM (5 courses)
INR 29 L - 83 L
MFA (1 course)
INR 33 L
BE/BTech (5 courses)
INR 38 L - 47 L
MS (44 courses)
INR 26 L - 50 L
MPhil (51 courses)
INR 26 L - 33 L
MA (53 courses)
INR 26 L - 31 L
BA (30 courses)
INR 29 L - 47 L
BSc (22 courses)
INR 29 L - 47 L
Others PG (21 courses)
INR 26 L - 33 L
MIM (4 courses)
INR 29 L - 57 L
LLM (6 courses)
INR 26 L - 48 L
PG Diploma (5 courses)
INR 14 L - 31 L
LLB (2 courses)
INR 30 L - 37 L
PG Certificate (1 course)
INR 31 L
MBBS (1 course)
INR 42 L
BBA (1 course)
INR 39 L
PhD (1 course)
INR 19 L
BFA (1 course)
INR 37 L
 

Q:   What is the difference between Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University?

A: 

Both Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University are among the Oxford2 100 universities in the UK. The University of Oxford is the oldest in England with most of its buildings in the historic centre of the city of Oxford. Whereas, Oxford Brookes University was founded as Oxford Polytechnic. The below table includes the differentiation between Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University:

ParticularOxford University Oxford Brookes University
Rank3 (QS 2024)413 (QS 2024)
FeesINR 14 L - INR 19 LINR 13 L - INR 73 L
 

Q:   What distinguishes Cambridge University from Oxford University?

A: 

Both Cambridge University and Oxford University are among the top 10 universities in the world by QS ranking 2024. Check the below points that distinguishes Cambridge University from Oxford University:

UniversitiesFirst-Year Tuition FeesQS Rankings in 2024
Cambridge UniversityINR 26 L to INR 73 L2
Oxford UniversityINR 14 L to INR 83 L3
 

Q:   Which one is better for studies, Harvard or Oxford?

A: 

Harvard is the top university in the USA while Oxford is the top university in the UK. They bothoffers world ranked programme to their students with better placement oppurtunities. We have compared them below in terms of thier world ranking, fees and placements:

UniversitiesFirst-year FeesQS Ranking 2024Placements (MBA graduate MBA salary)
Harvard INR 16 L to INR 72 L4INR 1.5 Cr
OxfordINR 14 L to INR 83 L3INR 88 L
 
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