About The University of Oxford

The University of Oxford aims to lead the world in research and education, benefiting society both in the UK and globally. Oxford’s researchers engage with academic, commercial, and cultural partners worldwide to stimulate high-quality research and enable innovation through a broad range of social, policy, and economic impacts.

They believe their strengths lie in empowering individuals and teams to address fundamental questions of global significance while providing all their staff with a welcoming and inclusive workplace that enables everyone to develop and do their best work. Recognising that diversity is their strength and vital for innovation and creativity, they aspire to build a diverse community which values and respects every individual’s unique contribution.

The University’s buildings and estate are necessary for our academic work and contribute to Oxford’s reputation as a city of learning, heritage, and culture. They form a vital part of the city’s rich architecture and provide a beautiful environment for visitors, Oxford residents, University staff, and students.

University of Oxford in Numbers

1 st
ranked in the world (The Times Higher Education)
26000
students
23000
applied in 2022, with only 3,300 places available
68 %
of UK students from the UK state sector
46 %
international students
67
listed buildings
235
buildings for teaching, research and administration
140
commercial properties

How to Apply

If you would like to find out more about any of the opportunities we have at the University of Oxford, request a full job description, or have a discreet conversation, please contact Michael Hewlett