University of Oxford
The University of Oxford is an autonomous institution at Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, one of the great universities globally. It is located 50 miles (80 kilometers) north-northwest of London, along the upper course of the River Thames (called the Isis by Oxonians). With the founding of many religious orders, primarily Dominicans and Franciscans, in the town of Oxford in the 13th century, the university gained further strength, particularly in theology.
During the early years of the institution, there were no structures; lectures were held in rented halls or churches. Originally, the various colleges of Oxford have just endowed boardinghouses for impoverished scholars. They were particularly designed for masters or bachelors of art students who needed financial aid to continue their studies for a higher degree.
Oxford offers around 350 graduate programs in a variety of subjects, with new courses being added every year. This covers full-time and part-time taught and research courses at all levels, from diplomas to doctorates, suitable for full-time and part-time... Read more
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|Specializations/Levels||Median Starting Salary|
|Executive Management & Change||£100,000|
|Legal & Paralegal||£86,000|
|Energy, Chemicals & Environmental||£80,000|
*All the data points mentioned above are approx. figures and has been collated from various sources based on the data of 2019-2020.