University of Oxford Undergraduate

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University of Oxford Undergraduate

Oxford University is world-famous for academic excellence. We pick the best and brightest students purely on their academic merit and passion for their chosen course. If that sounds like you, and you like to think for yourself, Oxford could be the right university for you.

Studying for 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.

Oxford degrees cover subjects in great breadth and their huge range of options also lets you probe deeply into the areas that most interest you. We recommend that you read about lots of courses including some you might not have considered before. The perfect course might be something new or might combine several favourite subjects.

You will be studying your course for three or four years or possibly more, so be sure to choose something you really want to explore. You could make a start by reading or listening to something new from our list of suggested resources. Or come along to an open day to meet students and tutors who can give a real insight into what it’s like to study here.

If the subject you are interested in is not listed here, please try our full courses A-Z.

A

Archaeology and Anthropology

B

Biochemistry (Molecular and Cellular)

Biological Sciences

Biomedical Sciences

C

Chemistry

Classical Archaeology and Ancient History

Classics

Classics and English

Classics and Modern Languages

Classics and Oriental Studies

Computer Science

Computer Science and Philosophy

E

Earth Sciences (Geology)

Economics and Management

Engineering Science

English Language and Literature

English and Modern Languages

European and Middle Eastern Languages

F

Fine Art

G

Geography

H

History

History (Ancient and Modern)

History and Economics

History and English

History and Modern Languages

History and Politics

History of Art

Human Sciences

L

Law (Jurisprudence)

M

Materials Science

Mathematics

Mathematics and Computer Science

Mathematics and Philosophy

Mathematics and Statistics

Medicine

Modern Languages

Modern Languages and Linguistics

Music

O

Oriental Studies

P

Philosophy and Modern Languages

Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)

Philosophy and Theology

Physics

Physics and Philosophy

Psychology (Experimental)

Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics

R

Religion and Oriental Studies

T

Theology and Religion