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University of
Oxford:
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What to expect from
studying in the UK
Prepared by
Peredera Olga
Muhomedzyanova Milena
INTRODUCTION
1. Why study in the UK?
2. Best universities in the world
 University
admission
 Student Life
 Tuition fees
 University studies
 Living
 Some interesting
facts
Why study in the UK?
An innovative approach to teaching
plus centuries of experience and old
traditions make British education
admired and respected across the
globe.
No matter what course you attend,
you will be encouraged to create new
ideas and think for yourself.
The UK institutions rank
among the best in the
world and qualifications
are internationally valued
and recognized
The UK undertakes 5 %
of the world’s scientific
research and produces
14% of the world’s most
frequently cited papers.
UK institutions offer
flexibility of choice and
enable you to blend
academic and vocational
courses of your choice.
The teaching and study
methodology used in the
UK give you the freedom
to be creative and develop
skills sets and confidence
Best universities in Britain
University of Oxford
«The Lord is my Light»
University of Cambridge
«From this place, we gain
enlightenment and precious
knowledge»
Harvard University
«Veritas» (truth)
UINIVERSITY OF OXFORD
Established 922 years ago (no known foundation date)
Students 23,195 (2016)
Budget £1.253 billion (2015-16)
Chancellor Chris Patten
How to Get Into
Oxford University
Decide what you want to study
Take an English-language proficiency test
if you're not a native speaker
Get perfect grades
Complete an application
Be prepared to talk about your personal
statement and possibly other schoolwork
at the interview
The Queen's College
Lady Margaret Hall
New College
Christ Church
STUDENT LIFE
«Do what you love»
 Freshers' fair
 Campaigning
 Journalism
 Music
 Stage and Screen
 Sport
STUDENTS ACCOMODATION
TUTION FEES
TOTAL:
~27.338 £
~2.154.239
The University
continuation charge
per term is
£468
RUB
If you are a Home
(UK) or EU student
undertaking your first
undergraduate
degree, the tuition fee
for 2018 will be £9,250.