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speciality: Anthropology

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    Living and studying in Oxford

    I enjoyed being at Oxford as I had a scholarship and could afford it. It was a great opportunity to visit Great Britain, meet international students and see how is it to live and study somewhere else. I would especially like to highlight rich libraries and endless opportunities for doing sports, learning languages and enjoying student life and beautiful nature.

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    Programme: Anthropology
    Degree: Master's
    Graduation: 2019
    Campus: Oxford
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  • Anthropology
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    Greatest Students but Old fashioned Studies

    Oxford is a great university. All the facilities you need, embedded in a city – so you are still living in a town rather than an isolated campus, and many more amazing qualities. But the best part of it is its brilliant students. I met amazing people at Oxford that became lifetime friends, and inspired me with their knowledge. I also for the first time felt that I fit in, and as they say: ‘found my groove’.

    Oxford teaches you hard work, perfection (and the concept of 100%), and how to be extremely disciplined – self-discipline. But what you also end up with is accepting you are not the best, and learning an old-fashioned curriculum.

    I feel like I left Oxford not feeling that I can be the best I can be. And that made me slow down in achieving and climbing.

    However, overall it was a great experience, and I loved every part of the year of the masters degree.

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    Programme: Anthropology
    Degree: Master's
    Graduation: 2012
    Campus: Oxford
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  • Migration Studies
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    Excellent post-graduate supervision

    I learned about Oxford from a symposium at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History. I never looked back. My supervisor was an excellent resource (we still communicate often). My post-graduate cohort made me feel welcome and supported. I gained invaluable experience, and my Kellogg College peers remain cherished friends. Plus, Port Meadows is one of the most idyllic and scenic places I’d ever seen. Going to Oxford was a leap of faith. I’m glad I made it.

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    Programme: Migration Studies
    Degree: Master's
    Graduation: 2018
    Campus: Oxford
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    Archaeology
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    A challenge of a lifetime!

    Oxford remains the pinnacle of academic adventure and vigor. It presents a challenge to anyone who attends the institution, yet this challenge pays off in the unique experience one gains there. Walking through the college and university buildings reflects a journey through time following in the footsteps of great people and professors from across the ages. The university societies and activities are like no other. I contributed to magazines that in the past had been written by those such as Sylvia Plath. I played football in the same ground as that that hosted the famous 4-minute mile. I would recommend Oxford most highly for those individuals most ready for the challenge.

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    Programme: Anthropology and Archaeology
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2019
    Campus: Oxford
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    Archaeology
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    Academics & Social & Careers

    The teachers that I have met so far are great. Workload is quite stressful.
    Social life can be intense; the student body (especially at undergraduate level is not diverse)
    Careers services are average; uni environment is not very career-oriented

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    Programme: Anthropology and Archaeology
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2020
    Campus: Oxford
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