University of Oxford
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7.7
7.7 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on ratings in 2016)
In a few words
"There is a plethora of wonderful cocktail bars, all with their own unique characters and atmospheres. Freud's (a deconsecrated church) is particularly fun, hosting events such as Gin and Phonics several times a term. If clubbing is your thing then there is no lack of clubs, with favourites including Lava Ignite (Park End) on a Wednesday night and the infamous 'cheese floor' with all the guilty pleasures from your music library. The Ashmolean night-time events are something that shouldn't be missed and are always incredibly popular. There is also a fantastic theatre scene with budding actors and theatre technicians making the most of the freedom of shaping their own shows (alongside their degrees) before entering into that same world professionally."
Quality of facilities
8.2 / 10
 
Night life
6.9 / 10
 
Student union
5.6 / 10
 
How diverse is your university
5.1 / 10
 
Quality of teaching
7.9 / 10
 
Structure of courses
7.3 / 10
 
Preparation for a job
7 / 10
 

What students say about...

Location of university

"Oxford has good facilities and shops. Student accommodation varies widely but is..."

Night life

"There is a plethora of wonderful cocktail bars, all with their own unique characters..."

Clubs and social environment

"Plenty of opportunity to get involved in sport, even though facilities are heavily..."

Diverse backgrounds

"I did go to a summer school called UNIQ in year 12, which the university ran to encourage..."

Careers services

"Careers service advertises internships every year, which meant I could go to Korea,..."

Pros

"The college system: my college provides accommodation for all undergraduates as well..."

Cons

"Colleges and departments often do not know what each other are doing, which is a..."


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