Oxford is a collegiate university, consisting of the central University and colleges. The central University is composed of academic departments and research centres, administrative departments, libraries and museums. The 38 colleges are self-governing and financially independent institutions, which are related to the central University in a federal system. There are also six permanent private halls, which were founded by different Christian denominations and which still retain their Christian character. Select and admit undergraduate students, and select graduate students after they are admitted by the University. Provide accommodation, meals, common rooms, libraries, sports and social facilities, and pastoral care for their students are responsible for tutorial teaching for undergraduates. The affiliated colleges of Oxford University are as follows. All Souls College, Balliol College, Blackfriars, Brasenose College, Campion Hall, Christ Church, Corpus Christi College, Exeter College, Green Templeton College, Harris Manchester College, Hertford College, Jesus College, Keble College, Kellogg College, Lady Margaret Hall, Linacre College, Lincoln College, Magdalen College, Mansfield College, Merton College, New College, Nuffield College, Oriel College, Pembroke College, The Queen's College, Regent's Park College, St Anne's College, St Antony's College, St Benet's Hall, St Catherine's College, St Cross College, St Edmund Hall, St Hilda's College, St Hugh's College, St John's College, St Peter's College, St Stephen's House, Somerville College, Trinity College, University College, Wadham College, Wolfson College, Worcester College, Wycliffe Hall Oxford’s commitment to outreach can be seen in the outputs: each year the collegiate University delivers more than 3,000 outreach events with 72% of all UK schools with a sixth form. We spend more than £5.6m on outreach work and a further £7m on financial support for students from financially disadvantaged backgrounds. To facilitate the creation, preservation and discovery of knowledge. To improve utilisation and exploitation of knowledge. To enable knowledge exchange in a digital environment. To communicate the digital strategy to all members of the University. To encourage local initiatives to implement the strategy. To identify and prioritise strategic actions for implementation across the University (i.e. not as local initiatives). To facilitate communication between existing activities. To co-ordinate support for digital skills training. To keep the digital strategy under review. Oxford University ranked number 1 in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, and at the heart of this success is our ground-breaking research and innovation. Oxford is world-famous for research excellence and home to some of the most talented people from across the globe. Our work helps the lives of millions, solving real-world problems through a huge network of partnerships and collaborations. The breadth and interdisciplinary nature of our research sparks imaginative and inventive insights and solutions.