|No. of international students||7055||2013 Ranking||2|
|Student : Staff ratio||11.1||2014 Ranking||2|
As one of the worlds leading universities and a fixture of British life for over 900 years, Oxford hardly needs an introduction. Academic excellence in a traditional British setting is guaranteed and most students will be fortunate to experience the one-to-one teaching that is the cornerstone of Oxford University life.
- Oxford is the leading centre for the study of China in Europe and has one of the top five departments in the world in Japanese Studies
- Oxford offers more than 320 different graduate degree programmes and has over 9,800 graduate students from more than 140 countries and territories
- Academic staff come from almost 100 different countries and territories. The largest groups of international staff are from the USA, Germany, Italy, China, Australia, France, Ireland, Canada and India.
Oxford combines the heritage and history of a rural English town, with famous steeples and cobbled streets. Students tend to live in University accommodation and everything is within easy walking or cycling reach. Oxford also enjoys excellent links to London, with many bus and train services ensuring the Capital is only around 1 hour away.