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  • I very much enjoy working at Oxford.

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    I have been working at Oxford University full-time

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    There are lots of opportunities to move around the University career-wise, from role to role. There is an inclusive and friendly atmosphere and the pension scheme is very generous.


    Being a not-for-profit university, the salaries aren't as high as in the private sector. The turnover rate in my office is also quite fast.

    Advice to Management

    Continue to share upcoming roles around the University so that people can make horizontal and vertical moves, and to promote the best people for each job.

Oxford University Interviews

Updated 1 Feb 2015

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Interview Experience


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Getting an Interview


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Interview Difficulty





    I applied online – interviewed at Oxford University.


    Submission via UCAS website. It is necessary also to do complete some tests for the application. I was contacted for interviews with tutors at the college over Skype in December. I received my offer by the end of December that year.

    Interview Questions

    • Some brainteaser and math questions. Besides that general questions meant to test how you respond on the spot.   Answer Question

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Headquarters Oxford, United Kingdom
Size 5,000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue £500 million to £1 billion (GBP) per year
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University of Oxford is a cornerstone of British higher education. The venerable university has about 20,000 students (including more than 11,000 undergraduates). Oxford also is home to 38 colleges, the celebrated Rhodes Scholarship, and the Oxford University Press. The university describes its colleges as autonomous units operating in a manner similar to the way individual states function in the US. Oxford's self-governing colleges select their own students and provide housing, meals, libraries, and recreation. The university offers a diverse range of study covering... More

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