University of Oxford

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Stand: M35

Qualifications offered

> Accountancy & Finance PGDip, MSc, MPhil > Biological Sciences MSc, MRes, MPhil, PhD
> Business & Administration PGDip, MBA, PhD > Computing & IT MSc, PhD
> Creative Arts MSc, PhD > Education MSc, PhD
> Engineering & Technology MSc, MRes, PhD > Humanities PGCert, MSc, MPhil, PhD
> Languages & related disciplines MSc, MPhil, PhD > Law PGDip, MSc, MPhil, PhD
> Management PhD > Mathematics & Sciences PGDip, MSc, MRes, MPhil, PhD
> Physical Sciences MSc, MRes, MPhil, PhD > Social Sciences MSc, MPhil, PhD

  

Postgraduate study modes

> Full-time, Less than one year, 12 months, 1 - 2 years, More than 2 years

Part-time

Distance learning

 

About the University of Oxford

Ranked 1st in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University rankings (2017-18), the University of Oxford is globally renowned for its ground-breaking research, teaching excellence, and wealth of resources.

Oxford offers over 200 taught master's courses and more than 120 doctoral research degrees in a wide variety of subject areas across the arts and humanities, social sciences, mathematical, physical and life sciences, and the medical sciences.

Our graduate students join a diverse community of over 10,000 fellow graduates from more than 150 countries. Oxford’s outstanding academic staff and facilities serve as a strong foundation upon which our students can build successful careers. This includes a variety of support and benefits available to them once they become part of Oxford’s alumni community.

Over 1,100 fully-funded scholarships are available for new postgraduate students at the University of Oxford in 2018-19. For over two thirds of Oxford scholarships, nothing more than the standard course application is usually required. If you fulfil the eligibility criteria, you will be automatically considered.

 

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