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Oxford – Philosophy and Modern Languages*

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The Facts

UCAS Code:

Depends on course options

Standard Requirements:

A levels| AAA
IB | 39, 666 in HL

For other qualifications, check the Oxford University website.

Required Subjects:

Modern Language chosen for study, unless applying for beginners' course.

Advisable Subjects:

None stated by the university.

None stated by the university.

The Modern Languages faculty normally requires two pieces of work: one piece in English and piece in the language chosen for study (unless you are applying for a beginners' course, in which case this second piece is not required). The Philosophy faculty does not require any written work from applicants, but may view the Modern Languages English piece. This does not mean that it needs to be on a philosophical topic, but should display a capacity for argument and clear thinking.

All Philosophy and Modern Languages: 22 (86% interviewed, 32% successful)

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