The following interactive views provide a basic introduction to Undergraduate Admissions Statistics for the 2015 cycle.
Full details can be found in the Notes and Definitions document.
Colleges work co-operatively to try and ensure all applicants for a particular subject, across all colleges, can be compared against one another, in order that the very best people get Oxford places.
A detailed breakdown of admissions statistics by UCAS apply base (normally the school or college from which the applicant applies).
Most applicants for undergraduate courses at Oxford apply with A levels, but we accept a range of different qualifications.
Information on new students by residual household income band. Oxford has one of the most generous financial support for the lowest-income students of any university in the country.
Oxford is committed to increasing the proportion of UK undergraduates from schools and colleges which historically have had limited progression to Oxford, from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds, from neighbourhoods with low participation in higher education and students with disabilities.
Undergraduate admissions statistics for previous years can be accessed on the Gazette website.
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