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For the fourth year running, Oxford Medical Sciences has been ranked #1 in the world in clinical, pre-clinical and health related subjects in The 2014-2015 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

The University of Oxford is the only non-US institution to lead any of the subject-related tables and, although there is variability in how different rankings are constructed, this continued success in clinical, pre-clinical and health related subjects demonstrates the strategic aim of staff and students to lead the world in research and education.

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