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University Of Oxford
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    University Offices
    Wellington Square
    Oxford
    OX1 2JD
    Urban United Kingdom http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/postgraduate_courses/course_guide/interdisc_bioscience.html
    The University of Oxford is a collegiate research university, with teaching evidence dating back to 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world.
    If you're looking for a degree in the biotechnology field, The Interdisciplinary Bioscience Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) programme offers you the opportunity to obtain it.
  • Admission Info Undergraduates SAT Undergraduate Fees Graduates TOEFL iBT GRE Quantitative GRE Verbal Graduate Fees Financial Aid Academic Term
    More.. 11723 700 €10668 9327 100 €4537 Winter and Fall
    The admissions procedures at the University of Oxford are pretty standard. The English Baccalaureate is important only for predicting one's success at this university. Students of the International Baccalaureate need to achieve a level of performance of 38–40 points.
    Other international qualifications are listed on their webpage. GRE scores are not required.









  • Research & Scholars Scholar Funding Postdoc Scholars Research Facilities PhD Scholars Research Grants
    More.. Doctoral Training Centre Yes
    One of the wide research areas within the Interdisciplinary Bioscience Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) programme is Bioenergy and Industrial Biotechnology. All students are initially based at the Doctoral Training Centre and, after they have chosen a main DPhil project, they are transferred into their chosen research group and department.



  • Student life at the University of Oxford is filled with traditions, clubs and societies and much more. For instance, balls are one of traditions that college students never miss, sports tournaments are held regularly and many events are constantly being organized by the Student Union to make life at the University as memorable as possible.

  • Oxford University offers its students the opportunity to get expert career advice through the Careers Service. Their website is filled with information on:

    • Work Experience and Employability Skills,
    • Searching for Work,
    • Application Process
    • Information for Recruiters and much more.

    Career fairs are also organized regularly, to help students get a glimpse of what employers are really looking for.