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The University of Oxford is, and intends to remain, a thriving, cosmopolitan community of scholars and students united in our commitment to education and research. The departure from the EU will not change this; we are as committed as ever to welcoming the brightest students from all over the world for graduate study at Oxford.
Oxford spends over £8.5 million a year supporting students. Did you know around 1 in 4 UK Oxford undergraduates currently receives a bursary? 1 2 3 4. Our website will be updated soon with information for students wishing to apply for entry in 2024. In the meantime, details of opportunities for you to discover more about student life at Oxford can be found in Increasing Access and are listed in our outreach calendar.
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The Oxford University Student Union, formerly better known by its acronym OUSU and now rebranded as Oxford SU, exists to represent students in the university's decision-making, to act as the voice for students in the national higher education policy debate, and to provide direct services to the student body. Reflecting the collegiate nature of the University of Oxford itself, OUSU is both an association of Oxford's more than 21,000 individual students and a federation of the affiliated ...