Oxford Colleges are where you’ll meet friends, have tutorials and even sleep. With your university life revolving around your college. picking the right one for you is not an easy decision. Read our essential tips on how to choose an Oxford college.
Over the last 10 years, Oxbridge has become more competitive. Since 2011, there has been a 46% rise in applicants, and the offer rate has decreased from 21% to 16%. Here’s our analysis.
Have you ever wondered what life is like as a Land Economy student at Cambridge? Third-year student Tereza Zoumpalova shares her insights into what life is like.
Have you ever wondered what life is like as an Economics and Management student at Oxford? Third-year student Ethan Dodd shares his insights into what life is like.
Interviews are the final step of the Oxford application process. Preparation is key, and this guide will advice on how to do just that.
Supervisions play a large role during your Cambridge studies. Brendan, a current Cambridge Student takes you through what they are like and how to prepare for them.
For Oxbridge applicants, it’s key to understand the UCAS application cycle and to have everything ticked off for the 15th of October. Use our UCAS timeline to see where you are at.
Cambridge has 31 Colleges which students can find overwhelming when deciding on where to apply. Read our guide on every Cambridge College.
With 39 colleges at the University of Oxford, it is difficult to decide which college to choose. Each college has its own history and traditions. It’s time for us to explain Oxford’s 39 colleges. For each college, we cover its size, its alumni, life at the college and why it is famous. The information is up to date!
Freshers’ week is a key time for settling into university. To help you through the first few weeks at Oxbridge, Niamh, Oxford student representative (and former first year student), has put together a comprehensive guide to Oxbridge Freshers’ Week. It includes what to expect, how to prepare and how to get the most out of the experience.
What is life as a mature Oxbridge student really like and how do you apply? Brendan, a mature student studying Law at Hughes Hall, Cambridge, writes about his experience as an Oxbridge mature student and answers all your burning questions about university life, the application process, international students, funding and much more.
Attending university is the opportunity to really develop valuable transferable study skills that will support your learning, testing and future careers. Here are the 6 essential skills for university.
First-year Oxford Economics and Management student Gideon Blankstone shares his insights into the course.
When applying to study Law at university a key consideration is choosing between Oxbridge and non-Oxbridge Law Schools. But what is the difference between them?
Medicine student Daniela Johnstone shares with us everything you need to know about life as a Medicine student at the University of Oxford/