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옥스포드 대학교는 영어권에서 가장 오래된 대학이자 세계에서 두 번째로 오래된 대학입니다. 정확한 설립 연도는 알려지지 않았지만, 1096년 부터 교육이 시작되었다는 자료가 있습니다. 옥스포드의 중세 도시 중심부에 위치한 이 대학은 44개의 단과대학과 100개 이상의 도서관으로 구성되어 있으며 이는 영국에서 가장 큰 도서관 시스템이기도 합니다.
옥스포드 대학은 12세기 당시 헨리 2세가 영국 학생들이 신학, 의학, 법학 등의 기초 수업을 파리 대학에 듣지 못하게 한 것에서 기원했다고 전해집니다.
옥스퍼드 대학의 학과는 인문, 수학, 물리, 생명과학, 의학, 사회과학을 중심으로 구성됩니다.
What is Oxford's QS World University Ranking?
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What is Oxford's Student-Faculty Ratio?
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What is the median starting salary of Oxford graduates?
What is ratio of male to female students at Oxford?
54% male and 46% female
How hard is it to get into Oxford?
While Oxford’s overall admissions rate is approximately 17%, this rate is often lower for more competitive courses. Oxford and Cambridge are the two most competitive universities in the UK.
This course, which combines 3 subjects into one, is only offered at a few exclusive institutions in the UK. Acceptance rates to Oxford's PPE course are one of the university's lowest at approx 15%.
Oxford's 6 year medicine course provides well-rounded intellectual training with a particular emphasis on basic science research. The course is 3 years 'pre-clinical' and 3 years 'clinical'.
Oxford law students develop a high level of skill in comprehension, analysis and presentation. Students read from a vast array of primary sources developing views on the law and the reasons behind it.
The Oxford English faculty is the largest English department in Britain. All Oxford colleges have at least two tutors in English who are responsible for tutorial teaching in their own college.
Oxford is known for it's world class history department which offers a vast choice of subjects covering British and European history from the declining years of the Roman Empire to the present day.
Oxford has one of the largest physics departments in the UK, with an outstanding and research programme. Expertise in the department ensures the curriculum is updated in the light of new developments.
Oxford is associated with 11 winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 5 in Physics and 16 in Medicine. Notable Oxford thinkers and scientists include Tim Berners-Lee, Stephen Hawking and Richard Dawkins. The actors Hugh Grant and Rosamund Pike also went to Oxford, as did the writers Oscar Wilde, Graham Greene, Vikram Seth and Philip Pullman.