University of Oxford
8.0
8.0 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 104 ratings in 2018)
In a few words
"Very close to London, which is handy for some internships. The university is integrated with the city, which is small and town-like but bigger than Cambridge! Facilities are generally good but vary for each college, generally you get better accommodation as you progress through your degree. There are many (beautiful and ancient) libraries with free access to almost all of them. Usually a departmental and college library too. The WiFi is often oversubscribed but there are great online resources. You can get loads of help for many issues and there's usually free opt-in membership to the gym through college (but the swimming pool may be restricted)."
Quality of academic facilities
8.8 / 10
 
Location of university
8.9 / 10
 
Night life
7.2 / 10
 
Student union
5.7 / 10
 
How diverse is your university
5.3 / 10
 
Quality of teaching
8.3 / 10
 
Preparation for a job
7.6 / 10
 
Quality of other facilities
7.8 / 10
 
Cost of living
6.1 / 10
 

What students say about...

Fun Facts

"I really like the fact that the university is divided into colleges. It makes it..."

Location of university

"As every college's accommodation is different, it varies I suppose! The annoying..."

Night life

"The nightlife here is thriving. There are a multitude of pubs and clubs, and getting..."

Clubs and social environment

"There's an insane number of societies from really high-level sports to relaxed and..."

Diverse backgrounds

"The university does a lot but could do more as a lot of BAME students are put off..."

Careers services

"The uni is good at advertising internship schemes and inviting alumni back to talk..."

Pros

"The prestige of studying at one of the top universities in the world. Beautiful location,..."

Cons

"I have friends doing humanities degrees at Nottingham and Southampton and it got..."

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