University of Oxfordhttp://www.ox.ac.uk/
The University of Oxford has 39 self-governing colleges related to it along with seven private halls that have been founded by different Christian denominations. The University of Oxford offers courses for undergraduates as well as graduates that admit to 30 colleges and all seven halls. One is for fellows only, seven for graduates only, and one specializes in part-time education programs, continuing education. The University of Oxford is a member of 19 research-intensive universities.
Divisions And Courses Offered
The University of Oxford has four academic divisions with main constituent unit and sub units if required. These divisions include: humanities division, medical science division, mathematical, physical and life sciences division, and social science division.
The resource allocation method (RAM) process contains this information and is reviewed every year. The University of Oxford offers A-Z full-time and part-time courses for undergraduates and graduates. It also offers distance-learning courses, continuing education, online courses and continuing professional development courses for part-timers.
The full-time course offerings include: area science, archaeology, archaeological science, anesthetics, anthropology, biochemistry, chemistry, classics, clinical neurology, cardiovascular science, earth science, mathematics, physics, zoology, and many more. Some of the part-time courses are nanotechnology, software engineering, architectural history, and bioinformatics.
The University of Oxford attracts students from across the globe because of its popularity and centuries-old reputation for academic achievements. This university has 39 colleges and 7 halls. The university offers different courses from health care, zoology, social science to engineering. It also has centers for scholars to do research. Apart from undergraduate and graduate courses, it offers online, distance education and part-time courses for those who are working.
University of Oxford
Wellington Square, OX1 2JD, Oxford
Oxfordshire, South East Region
Tel: 0186 527 0000,