7 September 2017
The top most universities in the world, the University of Oxford & the University of Cambridge are accepting applications from the brightest students in the world.
To begin studying at Oxford University, applicants can pay and send their applications to UCAS so that Universities and colleges can start making decisions on applications. You must submit a UCAS online form and register for the admissions tests anytime from 6 Sep 2017 to 15 Oct 2017.
The final deadline for all applicants: Sunday 15 October 2017.
How to Apply
You will need to register separately for all tests except the LNAT for Law by 15 October 2017, and take the test/s on Thursday 2 November 2017.
LNAT (the National Admissions Test for Law): Between 1 September and 20 October 2017
You can normally sit them in your school or college or at a centre near your home.
To guarantee a test slot you will need to register by 5 October 2017.
International students do not need to travel to Oxford to take any admissions tests, as you can take them in your own country, in your school or college or at a centre near your home.
If you do not take any test or tests required for your course your application may not be considered at all
Apply a year before the start date of your course by completing an online UCAS application form at www.ucas.com.
Applications open on 6 September
There is a strict deadline of 6pm (UK time) on 15 October.
Your application must be complete - including the reference - and submitted before the deadline.
Late applications cannot be accepted.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview to assess their ability to study, think and learn.
Shortlisted candidates will be told whether or not their application has been successful on 10 January 2018
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