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.
Oxford welcomes applications from international students. All applicants apply via UCAS by 15 October, and follow the same process as UK applicants.
If you want to apply to Oxford, you need to have achieved - or expect to obtain - one of the accepted qualifications, or another equivalent.
Our Student Immigration Office provides visa and immigration information to applicants.
All teaching at Oxford is carried out in English and tutors must be convinced that you have sufficient fluency in written and spoken English.
All shortlisted candidates are invited to interview in Oxford in December. Read about arrangements for those travelling from abroad.
If a test is required as part of an application for your course, then you must register to take that test.
Kevin Minors talks about his experience of studying at Oxford.
Oxford is an international university, and runs events for prospective applicants all over the world.
In a survey of international students at 49 UK universities, Oxford was rated for satisfaction:
Source: International Student Barometer, IGI Services Ltd (2016)
Short videos of international students talking about some aspect of their time at Oxford.
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