My acceptance to Oxford is for mathematics and computer science and what I like about Oxford, in addition to its strong academics, is the university's extremely low faculty-to-student ratio. They have a great tutoring programme where you receive a lot of one-on-one mentorship with world-class professors, and that really appeals to me. On the downside, their focus is very narrow, so I would only be studying math. At Stanford, on the other hand, their focus is more open and requires you to broaden your study approach, so I would be studying other subjects as well, which I think is important. That way, if I ever decided to change my field of study, I wouldn't be pigeonholed. I have also been to summer camps at Stanford, and I know a lot of people who will be studying there, so it already feels like home. I have also been to Yale and it's very focussed on politics and humanities, which I think I could learn a lot from, but I think that I fit in better with the people at Stanford.