Students will be able to enjoy the best that Oxford has to offer with shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and some of Oxford’s most historic buildings right on the doorstep.
Oxford also offers a range of museums, galleries, cinemas, theatres and beautiful parks where you can enjoy a summer picnic and punting along the river.
As the home of the oldest university in the English-speaking world, Oxford is a unique and historic city. It is not clear when Oxford first became a centre of learning but teaching existed at Oxford in some form as far back as 1096 and developed rapidly from 1167, when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris.
Can there really be a better place to study English ? We think that the combination of the excellent facilities that the town has to offer combined with the university being a truly historic seat of learning, ensures that it is really very hard to beat Oxford as a place to come and study. What are you waiting for ?!
Brasenose College, Oxford University
Brasenose College was founded in 1509 by Sir Richard Sutton and William Smyth, Bishop of Lincoln. The Bishop provided the expenses for the building and Sir Richard Sutton attained the property for the site.
Pembroke College, Oxford
Founded in 1624, the University of Oxford’s Pembroke College was founded by King James I, using combined donations from a merchant named Thomas Tesdale and a priest, Rev. Richard Wightwick.
St Hilda's College, Oxford University
St. Hilda’s College is one of more than 30 colleges at the University of Oxford. The college was founded in 1893 by Dorothea Beale, a Principal of Cheltenham Ladies College. In 1896, St. Hilda’s was recognized as a hall for women only, and remained an all-women’s college until 2008.
English in Oxford, Oxford
Home to one of the oldest and most famous universities in the world, where could be better to continue your education? Our school is located in the beautiful village of Wheatley, just nine kilometres from the centre of Oxford city.
St Clare's, Oxford
This outstanding school's campus is made up of 28 large Victorian and Edwardian houses to which purpose-built facilities have been added. These include a beautiful library building with over 35,000 volumes, four science laboratories, art and music studios, dining room, a popular student café and wireless facilities in all…
English in Oxford at BSC
We have chosen BSC in Oxford because of their excellent reputation, as a specialist centre, of courses and programmes for teachers whose mother tongue is not English.
Summer School at Oxford Brookes
Oxford, ‘The City of Dreaming Spires’, is renowned the world over as the home of one of the oldest and most highly respected universities in the world. Oxford is a compact and pleasant city. The main streets radiate from what is known as the ‘Carfax Tower’ in the centre of the city. Most of the colleges and…
OI Study Centre Oxford
This is a brand new school, in a heritage building, right in the centre of town. It is situated on Alfred Street, in an 18th century building with classrooms overlooking the High Street. Many of Oxford’s most beautiful colleges are only steps away.