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Undergraduate admissions statistics

Oxford University is pleased to publish its Annual Admissions Statistical Report. This gives information on the students who have applied to our undergraduate courses, received offers and been admitted, over the last five years. The statistics are broken down by domicile, nation and region of the UK, disadvantage, school type, gender, ethnicity and disability, and they are presented at University level and by course and college.

There are many signs of progress in the report. There is an indication that the steps taken so far on our journey to widening access are taking shape, as well as evidence that the journey is far from over. Some groups remain under-represented in our community. We are committed to building a more inclusive Oxford and being representative of wider society.

Through our ongoing outreach work, including the significant expansion of our largest and most successful initiative, the UNIQ programmes, and partnerships with schools and other organisations, we are continuing to diversify our student body. We feel confident that the newly announced Opportunity Oxford and Foundation Oxford programmes will speed up the pace of change and help us to achieve this over time.

If you’re a student thinking about Oxford, or a teacher or a parent, we would love to hear your ideas about our outreach work. If you would like any more information about Oxford please contact us, or come along to one of our events.

Students and parents

Teachers

Journalists, MPs and others

With best wishes,

Martin Williams
Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education)

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