Oxford has more than 21,000 students, of which 11,800 are undergraduates and 9,600 are postgraduates.
One-third of students are not British citizens - 16% of undergraduates and 61% of postgraduates.
Countries sending the most students:
The undergraduate subjects that attract 300 or more students each are:
Biological Sciences 330
Modern Languages 777
Philosophy, Politics and Economics 736
The 8,399 full-time staff of the university (excluding those employed solely by the colleges or by Oxford University Press) are distributed as follows:
Teaching and research support 342
Technical and crafts 570
The university has records of 180,000 alumni, with nearly 200 alumni groups in 80 countries.
Six months after graduating, the income of Oxford alumni working full time is 20% higher than the UK average.
While 36% of graduates of UK universities go into professional occupations, the figure for Oxford is 56%.
Oxford University spent £908.2 million in FY 2011, not counting the money spent by all the individual colleges. Of this amount:
41% came from external research grants,
22% from government grants for teaching and research,
17% from the Oxford University Press, from research royalties, and gifts from foundations and individuals,
17% from tuition and other fees, and
3% from investment income.
Total annual income of the 36 colleges=£300 million, of which
30% comes from their endowments,Median wealth of colleges is £42 million, and the average is £81 million. The five wealthiest colleges have £1.2 billion in endowment and the five poorest have less than £50 million.
25% from academic fees and government funding,
20% from residential income,
10% from gifts, and
15% from conferences and other activities.