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Both Oxford and Cambridge charge different tuition fees depending on whether students are from within the European Union or not.
The result of the UK’s EU referendum has meant EU students may be concerned about whether their tuition fees will increase during their course.
London is about an hour on the train from Oxford, and slightly under an hour from Cambridge.
In terms of differences between the two locations, there’s a general consensus that Cambridge is a little prettier, while Oxford has a bit more going on – but of course this may depend on who you ask.
Oxford also takes the lead when it comes to faculty-student ratio (number of students per academic staff member), but both are within the global top 15 here and are renowned for their commitment to small group teaching and individual supervision.In addition to course fees, Oxford advises students to allow between £12,028 and £17,649 (~US,000 – 23,500) per year for living costs, including accommodation, food, study resources, socializing and other items.Cambridge recommends a minimum of £10,310 (~US,720) per year for living expenses.In the most recent edition, Oxford features in the subject rankings in a total of 38 out of a possible 48 subjects, while Cambridge makes 39 appearances.As you can see by the table below, both universities boast top 10 positions for the vast majority of the subjects they feature in.