University of Oxford
The second oldest university in the world needs no introduction. Over the millennium since its foundation in 1096, the University of Oxford has made immense contributions to the sum of human knowledge and counts John Locke, Adam Smith and Robert Hooke among those who have studied and worked in its magnificent colleges. Its eminent rank as one of the finest education and research institutions in the world is further cemented by that fact that it has produced 47 Nobel Prize winners and 26 British Prime Ministers. The university has 21,000 students (including 9,000 undergraduates).
International student fees / per annum:
Undergraduate: £14,400 — £21,200
Postgraduate: £15,300 — £32,700