The Oxbridge brand is extremely strong, with both halves of Oxbridge getting high ratings in QS’s international surveys of academics and employers.In the latest results, Cambridge comes out second in the world for both academics and employers.However, the UK government has confirmed that current students and students admitted in the 2019 academic year will continue to pay the current home/EU rate for the duration of their program.
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Check the university websites for exact rates, and bear in mind there is significant variation in the amount charged for postgraduate courses, and for non-EU students on undergraduate courses, depending on the subject.
Overseas students will also be charged an additional “college fee”, which also applies to UK/EU students who are not enrolling on their first publicly funded degree.
The latter is perhaps the one day each year when Oxbridge rivalry becomes the most heated.
Oxford and Cambridge are also both close to the UK capital.Oxford, meanwhile, claims the world’s third-highest ratings from graduate employers and academics.In short: if you want to study at a university with a solid international reputation, a degree from either Oxford or Cambridge is hard to beat.Undergraduate students from within the UK and from other EU countries can apply for financial support from the UK government, in the form of student loans.These cover tuition fees, are interest-free, and are paid back gradually once the student begins work and starts earning a certain amount (the repayment threshold is currently £25,000 for Plan 2 graduates).Both Oxford and Cambridge charge different tuition fees depending on whether students are from within the European Union or not.