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It’s your turn to call Oxford home

Known as the city of dreaming spires, Oxford has educated and inspired world-changing thinkers through the ages. The University has produced 13 Prime Ministers including Benazir Bhutto, W H Auden, Bill Clinton, Tony Blair and Thomas Hobbes. Whether you’re an aspiring poet, politician, or business mogul you’ll be learning from the best tutors in the best location. Along the way, you’ll grow academically and socially through networking with like-minded people and learning from expert tutors.

Tutorials with Oxford academics

On your summer course in Oxford you'll learn from expert Oxford tutors - and always in small classes. It's the closest you can get to the authentic Oxford University experience. There are over 40 academic subjects to explore in depth with like-minded students from around the world. And your summer course ends with a formal dinner and graduation ceremony - the perfect way to celebrate all your hard work with your new friends.

Life at a historic Oxford college

During your Oxford summer course you'll live in one of the impressive historic Oxford colleges. And stay in real student accommodation. Just like Oxford Summer Courses founders, Harry and Rob, did when they were Oxford students. It's a place full of wonders. From educating 13 British Prime Ministers to inspiring Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films, Oxford University boasts incredible history, stunning architecture, and an authentic slice of English academic life.

Social activities and day trips

Explore the cobbled streets of Oxford, take fascinating day trips to uncover England's rich culture, and enjoy time together with your fellow students. Your Oxford summer school offers a packed programme of activities designed to give you the real student experience. You're not a tourist, so we don't treat you like one. So prepare for historic castles in beautiful English countryside, and days out in London - one of Europe's most exciting capital cities.