Best Universities for Blockchain 2022: University of Oxford

The oldest university in the English-speaking world lands at the No. 26 spot on the strength of its research. This story is part of CoinDesk's Education Week.

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The oldest university in the English-speaking world and the second-oldest university worldwide holds the No. 2 spot in the QS World University Rankings in 2022. Without any blockchain courses, however, the University of Oxford lands at the No. 26 spot on the strength of its research in blockchain, financial technology, and cryptocurrency.

This piece is part of CoinDesk's Education Week

2022 Rank
(+/- 2021)
University Name
Total
Score
Courses
Region
Regional
Rank
26 (down 11)
University of Oxford
52.8
0
Europe
4

Oxford students are engaged in blockchain, forming the Oxford Blockchain Society, Oxford Said Blockchain Club (at the Said School of Business), and Oxford Fintech and Legal Society.

The Oxford Future of Finance and Technology Initiative is a collaboration between the Said School of Business and industry that has a research interest in female founders and fintech. Scholars have published 79 blockchain research papers from 2019 to 2022, with 943 citations.

The University of Oxford offers four certificates in Blockchain Strategy, Blockchain for Managers, Blockchain Software Engineering, and Fintech.

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Cathy Choo is on track to graduate from Yale-NUS College in 2024 with a major in mathematics.

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Cathy Choo is on track to graduate from Yale-NUS College in 2024 with a major in mathematics.