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University of Oxford Said

University of Oxford Said
Average GMAT Score692GMAT Range640-750
Total Applicants

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Class Size327Average Work Experience61 Months
Applicant DeadlinesR1:29-Sep-2017
Decision DatesR1:08-Dec-2017
Length of Program12 MonthsPlacement Information

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In the English-speaking world, Oxford is considered the oldest university and has been educating leaders for over 800 years. It has produced many gifted men and women who have gone on to lead in every sphere of human Endeavour. The alumni list includes six kings, 47 Nobel prize-winners, 25 UK prime ministers, six current holders of the Order of Merit, plus three saints, 86 archbishops, 18 cardinals and one pope. MBA students join an institution that has educated world-changing leaders since the thirteenth century.

University of Oxford Said Business School was established in 1996 and is one of Europe€™s youngest and most entrepreneurial business schools, with a reputation for innovative business education. The school is known for its interdisciplinary approach, research strengths, world-class research centers and focus on the future in business arena. The quality of the institution, course and experience are the key factors which make the individual consider the MBA degree from the University of Oxford. The programme outline is designed to provide importance to numerous electives, entrepreneurship projects and strategic consulting projects.

The Oxford full time MBA class consists of 91 % international students representing 51 nationalities. The average age of the class is 29 and the average years of work experience is 6. A high score does not guarantee a place, nor does a low score automatically disqualify your application. Oxford also requires two letters of recommendations and two essays.

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Oxford Said Essays for 2017-18 are listed below.

Essay 1:

Consider a statistic or trend that shocks you. Why it is important to you and how could it be changed for the better?(Maximum 500 words).

Essay 2:

Is there anything not covered in the application form which you would like the Admissions Committee to know about you? (Maximum 250 words)

Oxford Said Essays for 2015-16 are listed below.

Essay 1:
What should Oxford expect from you? (Maximum 500 words)

Essay 2:
How do you hope to see your career developing over the next five years? How will the MBA and Oxford assist you in the development of these ambitions? (Maximum 500 words)

Essay 3:

Plus your preferred essay from the options below:

  • Sport is pure competition. What does it teach us about companies, individuals, and markets? (Maximum 500 words) OR
  • The business of business is business. Is this true? (Maximum 500 words)

Re-applicants Essay:
What improvements have you made in your candidacy since you last applied to the Oxford MBA? (Maximum 250 words)

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