Oxford is an international university, and aims to support prospective applicants all over the world, both through events and online interaction.
The University of Oxford engages in different forms of interaction with potential applicants, their teachers and parents in different parts of the world. Please click on the links below to find out what we offer in your area.
International Teachers and Guidance Counsellors webinars
The Student Recruitment Team run webinars for teachers and guidance counsellors throughout the year. We do not currently have any webinars scheduled, however if you would like to be notified of any upcoming webinars or other international events please sign up to our international teacher and guidance counsellor mailing list here.
Our previous webinars are still available to watch via YouTube, see details below.
This webinar includes practical information on the Oxford interview process as well as advice about how you can support your students in preparing for interviews.
The University of Oxford is currently home to more than 680 full-degree undergraduates from the Far East. We seek to recruit the most academically gifted students and welcome students from over 150 different countries. To find out how we work with schools and students in the Far East please visit our dedicated webpage.
The University of Oxford is home to more than 700 full-degree undergraduates from European countries. We seek to recruit the most academically gifted students from the continent. To find out how we work with schools and students in Europe please visit our dedicated webpage.
US and Canada
The University of Oxford is currently home to more than 200 full-degree undergraduates from North America. We seek to recruit the most academically gifted students from the region. To find out how we work with schools and students in the US and Canada please visit our dedicated webpage.
Rest of the world
The University of Oxford is home to more than 2,000 full-degree undergraduates from outside the UK. Oxford is one of the most international universities in the world. Today, one third of its students, including 17% of undergraduates, are international citizens, and come from over 150 countries. To find out how we work with schools and students in your area please visit our dedicated website.
We recognise the key role that counsellors and teachers play in students' decision-making processes, and so as well as offering events during our tours, every February we offer an International Guidance Counsellors' Conference.
You are also welcome to visit Oxford for one of our open days or other outreach events. For more information please see Visiting and outreach.