Experience a life-changing summer 2020

We hope that you are safe and well, and thank you for your interest in our courses. The current health emergency has stabilised in the UK and social restrictions are being eased as the rate of infections decreases. Government policy is directed towards steadily returning to normality, in a socially-distanced way, so as to ensure no increase in infections.

Staff and student safety is our priority and we must be fully confident that courses can go ahead safely, with appropriate safety measures in place. International travel restrictions are being lifted but with quarantine requirements.

Given the current circumstances, summer courses will not take place this year. However, there are online course options for students finishing grades 9-12.

We are offering the following online courses:

-Shakespeare, Creative Writing, Public Speaking, Law & Society, Oxford Art & Architecture, Intro to Philosophy, Principles of Sports Management, Frontiers in Medicine, Intro to Genetics, Global Economics, Marketing, International Relations, International Human Rights, Introduction to Finance, International Business, Psychology of the Criminal Mind, and Developmental Psychology.

Classes run Monday to Friday 10-12 EDT, and run over two weeks. Our next session starts on the 20th of July, 2020 and runs until the 31st.

We look forward to welcoming students to Oxford again and are optimistic that courses will resume this autumn, with hygiene and safety provisions in all settings. Applications are welcome and the enrolment process will take place as normal. We won’t make final confirmation or request payment until infections have cleared, restrictions have been lifted and we’re confident about safety.

Places reserved on all courses can be deferred until the spring term, or autumn next year and enrolment can be withdrawn at any time, with a full refund.

This is an ongoing situation and this notice will be regularly updated. We’d also be happy to directly address any questions you have.

Oxford and Cambridge Summer Study Programmes

High School Summer Programmes in Oxford & Cambridge, UK

Ages 15-18

The Oxford and Cambridge Summer Study Programmes offer high school students the unique opportunity to experience life in an historic Oxbridge college over the summer. Our courses combine in-depth academic exploration with a full cultural and social programme. With daily seminars in chosen courses of study, small class sizes of two to six students, interactive teaching methods to encourage student participation, reinforced by weekly one-on-one tutorials, students learn and study with a vibrant community from across the globe. We offer a choice of creative ‘insights’ and master classes in key skills, with the option to take our ‘exam tip’ preparation class for SAT and AP. The programme offers an exciting activities programme including cultural visits to heritage sites, sightseeing visits to London, as well as free time to explore Oxford or Cambridge with new friends.

Learn more about Oxford Advanced Study Programme

Learn more about Cambridge Advanced Study Programme

Young Leaders

Wadham College, Oxford University

Ages 13-16 & 16-18

Young Leaders is our new leadership course that provides students with the key skills they require to become future leaders of their generation. This programme is open to students aged 13-16 and 16-18 and will take place at the brand new Dorothy Wadham Annexe at Wadham College, Oxford.

A highly regarded and prestigious summer school, our Young Leaders programme offers a challenging and modern approach to developing not only students’ language abilities but their confidence and leadership skills with 28 hours of tuition per week, and maximum class sizes of 11 students. The six week programme will be divided into different themes where students will learn from guest speakers from leading brands and participate in academic workshops at iconic locations such as the Royal Courts of Justice.

Learn more about Young Leaders

Young Professionals, UK

d’Overbroecks, Oxford & Tonbridge School, Kent

Ages 13-16 & 16-18

Young Professionals offers ambitious students an insight into different future career paths. Students choose one subject per week and receive a combination of classroom theory-based teaching, as well as practical sessions. Each week, students go on a ‘Study-in-Action’ excursion, to a destination related to their chosen career. Courses are now available at two prestigious UK boarding schools, d’Overbroecks in Oxford and Tonbridge School in Kent. New courses in Art & Design, Computer Science, Forensics & Criminology, and International Relations & Law are being offered in 2020.

Learn more about Young Professionals UK

Young Professionals, USA

Léman Manhattan

Ages 13-16 & 16-18

We are very excited to be offering our Young Professionals course in New York City.  Students will combine theory with practical work in the following subjects: Business, Medicine, Fashion & Design, and International Relations & Law. Léman, a prestigious boarding school, is located in South Manhattan where students stay in twin en-suite bedrooms a five minute walk away from the school, past landmarks such as Federal Hall, the New York Stock Exchange and the Wall Street Charging Bull.

Learn more about Young Professionals NYC

Oxbridge Preparation

St Edmund Hall, Oxford University

Ages 16-18

We are offering an Oxbridge Preparation course designed specifically for students applying to Oxford, Cambridge and the Russell Group Universities in the UK. We have partnered with  Oxford International College, the UK’s top ranked school for A-Level results, to develop an outstanding syllabus providing support towards the university application process.

Learn more about Oxbridge Preparation

Performing Arts Partnership with West End on Demand

Tonbridge School, Kent

Ages 13-16 & 16-18

The Performing Arts stream on Young Professionals will be taught in partnership with West End On Demand, a group of accomplished performers and professionals with a background on stage, providing unrivalled tuition in the classroom and through practical workshops. Students will take part in full-day workshops in London’s West End.

Learn more about Performing Arts Partnership