University defends grad rent increase

A spokesman for Oxford University has defended the university’s decision to increase graduate rent by 5.8% next academic year. Speaking to The Oxford Student, he said that “inflation at 4% and an increase of 1.8% per annum … to reflect depreciation costs” were the reason for the hike. Moreover, he implied that further rent increases […]

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Oxford grads are the most employable

Oxford graduates have been named the most employable in the world in a survey published this week by the New York Times. The Global Employability Survey placed Oxford at the top of the list, ahead of second-place Harvard, with Cambridge in third. The survey, carried out as a cooperative initiative between French and German research […]

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