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Oxford’s southern obsession

As more attention is called to Oxbridge’s prejudiced admissions practices, Emma Carter analyses the barriers to entry for northern applicants

David Lammy: “You cannot describe Oxford as an inclusive environment”

Labour MP David Lammy tells Will Dry why he’s taking on Oxford’s “exclusive” application process, and how students should help

David Lammy slams Oxford for “social apartheid”

Nearly one in three colleges didn't accept any black British A-Level students in 2015

Oxford graduates establish black alumni network

The access scheme will encourage more black teenagers to apply to the University

Academic achievement is an important metric for admissions

Greg Brinkworth argues that shifting the focus away from academic attainment at admissions stage risks misleading applicants

Oxford ‘must do more’ to recognise potential in poorer applicants

Oxford disputes claims by government's university access tsar that Oxford and Cambridge 'still had a mountain to climb' to improve diversity

Torpids, trashings, and other traditions

Mia Millman discusses strange Oxford traditions and how they impact students and outreach

Welsh students set for Jesus College summer school

High-achieving Welsh teenagers to be hosted at four-day summer school to trial Oxford life

Applicants of colour still less likely to receive an Oxford offer

Just 45 black applicants were offered a place at Oxford University in 2016

Univ launches new programme to improve access

University College is launching a new programme to increase the number of UK students from disadvantaged backgrounds who attend the college. The new scheme, called...