Oxford is technically a city and Cambridge a town, but in fact both are relatively small and compact places to live, easily navigable on foot or (as is very popular) by cycling.Highly picturesque, they’re both characterized by attractive historic architecture and rivers running through the city centers, where you’ll find students in training for inter-college rowing contests or the annual Oxford-Cambridge boat race.In terms of international diversity, both Oxford and Cambridge again get high scores.
As you can see by the table below, both universities boast top 10 positions for the vast majority of the subjects they feature in.
Both Oxford and Cambridge also offer a range of scholarships and financial support schemes.
At Cambridge, UK and EU undergraduates can apply for bursaries of up to £3,500 per year, in addition to a range of funding opportunities which are open to students of various backgrounds.
However, both Oxford and Cambridge have said that current students and students admitted in the 2017-2018 academic year will continue to pay the current home/EU rate for the duration of their program.
The following table gives a rough overview of how much you can expect to pay per year, depending on your study level and nationality.