Known around the world for being home to the University of Oxford, the oldest of English universities. Not only does the university offer memorable museums and beautiful colleges, but the city offers an excellent variety of choices in restaurants, coffee shops and entertainment.
WHO ARE OUR STUDENTS?
Our classes comprise a diverse range of 45 nationalities, so we guarantee that you’ll be leaving with friends from all over the world.
The school comprises 15 up-to-date classrooms that are equipped with interactive whiteboards. There is also a self-study area and library for students to use with computers and fee wi-fi available.
Home to the oldest public museum in Britain and the English-speaking world’s oldest university, Oxford is a city that has much to offer students. It has beautiful gardens in which to relax – the University of Oxford Botanic Garden and Christ Church Meadow – with magnificent libraries, memorable museums, and traditional European colleges.
How to get there
Airport transfers are available upon request. Getting from London to Oxford by bus is extremely easy. From Heathrow, the Heathrow Express takes 70 minutes and offers two busses per hour between 04:00 and 22:00; between midnight and 04:00, the bus runs every hour. From Gatwick Airport, the Gatwick Express takes two hours with service running hourly between 05:15 and 20:15; between 22:00 and 04:00, the runs every two hours.