In the most recent round of admissions in December 2016 we made 90 offers for 2017 entry. On this page you can find information about the offers we made, and subject-specific feedback.
Area of Permanent Residence
Of the 90 offers made, 77.8% were made to UK applicants, 5.6% to EU applicants and 16.7% to Overseas applicants.
Of the UK applicants made offers, 91.4% were from the state sector and 8.6% from the independent sector.
The approximate percentage breakdown by UK school type was as follows:
- 25.7% FE Institutions (inc. Sixth Form Colleges and Tertiary Colleges)
- 24.3% Academy (non-selective)
- 22.9% Academy (selective)
- 11.4% Comprehensive School
- 8.6% Independent School
- 7.1% Grammar School
The gender breakdown for all offers was 61% female and 39% male.
The University of Oxford has an agreement with the Office for Fair Access that it will aim to meet certain targets relating to the admission of students from under-represented groups, identified by indicators of educational and socio-economic disadvantage. More information can be found here.
The targets agreed with OFFA, and the figures relating to Mansfield’s UK offer holders for 2017 entry, are as follows:
Target 1: increase the percentage of UK undergraduate students entering Oxford from schools and colleges that historically have had limited progression to Oxford to at least 14.5% in 2019-20.
Target for 2017-18: 13.5%
Mansfield offers for 2017: 32.9%
Target 2: increase the percentage of UK undergraduate students entering Oxford from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds (ACORN postcodes 4 and 5) to at least 9.5% in 2019-20.
Target for 2017-18: 8.7%
Mansfield offers for 2017: 22.9%
Target 3: increase the percentage of UK undergraduates entering Oxford from neighbourhoods with low participation in higher education (POLAR3 postcodes 1 and 2) to at least 13.0% in 2019-20.
Target for 2017-18: 11.5%
Mansfield offers for 2017: 25.7%
In addition, just under 25% of our UK offer holders had indicators of both educational disadvantage and socio-economic disadvantage.
The following numbers of offers were made in each subject:
- Engineering Science: 8
- English: 11
- Geography: 9
- History: 7
- History & Politics: 2
- Human Sciences: 4
- Law (inc. Law with Law Studies in Europe): 9
- Materials Science: 6
- Mathematics (inc. Mathematics & Statistics): 9
- Oriental Studies: 3
- Philosophy and Theology: 2
- Physics: 7
- Philosophy, Politics, & Economics (PPE): 8
- Theology and Religion: 5
We made offers to students doing A levels (offers of AAA to A*A*A), International Baccalaureate (offers of 38-40 points) and other qualifications.
In addition, two offers were made for deferred entry in 2018, in Geography and Engineering.
This year's offers are typical of the range of students we take each year.
If you would like to find out more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for requesting individual feedback is 30 April 2017. We will aim to respond to your request within 20 working days.