On average, more than 17,000 students annually apply for the degree program at the University of Oxford. About 10,000 of them receive an invitation for an interview, and only 3 500 paid. In 2011, Oxford received 17 343 applications, 3 186 students were enrolled. This corresponds to the average for the University contest of 5.4 people in place and the level of success of individual applications at 18.4%.
However, not all programs are equally popular. For example, a classic competition for faculty is 2.5 per place, while in law school, he reaches 12.2 people per place.
Five of the most competitive programs, Economics and management; medicine; philosophy, politics and Economics; mathematics; and law. The least competitive programs are classics; chemistry; modern languages; biology; geography.
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