Embarking upon a degree at Oxford requires full focus and dedication. Choosing the right subject is crucial. Like a good book, a good subject is one you can’t put down.
Undergraduate courses offer students the chance to study their chosen field in depth, while a range of options allows for a wide spread of special interests. Oxford offers undergraduates a unique learning experience through the tutorial system, in which students meet regularly with their college tutor, either on a one-to-one basis or with one or two other students.
Our programmes of study aim to make students think logically, laterally and independently. Thirty colleges and all five permanent private halls admit undergraduates and all colleges accept men and women. All colleges accept applications from mature students, and, in addition, Harris Manchester College is solely for mature students who wish to read for an Oxford degree.