The Oxbridge International Summer School is a two-week long academic programme in the UK that brings enthusiastic students from all over the world together to study in the beautiful city of Oxford. There is a choice of twelve subjects to study: Coding, Biology, Economics & Finance, Engineering, English Literature, History, Law, Medicine, Physics, Politics, and Psychology, all taught by Oxbridge-educated tutors in small class sizes with a maximum of 6 students. Alongside the strong academic focus (including 1-1 tutorials) the programme offers a full extra-curricular programme, including day trips, cultural activities, eating out and exploring the university. Students make life-long friendships with other motivated students from across the globe and give us the best reviews on Trustpilot of any Oxford summer school.
|Ages:||15 to 18 Start dates: 1st July, 15th July, 29th July Duration: 2 weeks|
|Accommodation:||Single occupancy en-suite rooms in Oxford University accommodation|
The Academic Summer Medical Programme is an intensive two-week course, tailor-made for students who want to study medicine. Our interactive and innovative program is designed and led by UK medical students who can share and advise from their own personal experiences.
Our course will involve 40 hours of concentrated teaching per week. This includes opportunities to experience and visit real clinical settings and pioneering medical research facilities. You attend a clinical workshop led by a doctor. You have medical related trips and will join the Academic Summer leisure programme for some weekday and two weekend trips. In addition to enriching your medical knowledge, we aim to further develop your interpersonal skills including teamwork, leadership and communication.
The medical programme includes the following:
You will carry out an individual research project that will involve you giving a presentation, writing an extended essay and developing your IT skills. You will learn about the importance of getting the right work experience as well as being introduced to BMAT and UKCAT so you gain an understanding of how to apply to study medicine in the UK.
You will study in a small group of maximum of 15 students
|Ages:||15 to 18 Start dates: 7,28 July Duration: 2 weeks|
|Accommodation:||School boarding house - single study bedrooms|
The course is designed for students applying to the top universities for courses in pure and applied sciences, mathematics, econopmics, dentistry, medicine and engineering. Students work in the school's new Medical Science Centre and there are workshops on personal statement writing and interview technique.
|Ages:||16 to 18 Start dates: Duration: 1 week|
|Accommodation:||En-suite study bedrooms|
Applying to a medical school is a big decision to make and requires a great amount of planning and preparation. Our Medical Programme has been designed to help students interested in a variety of healthcare careers, including dentistry and veterinary medicine, make an informed decision about which course and which university would suit them best and develop their own preparation strategy to ensure the best chance of success. Due to competitiveness of medical school admissions, applicants will require specialist support and guidance, including personalised career advice and personal statement sessions. The course provides a deeper insight into what studying medicine involves, what requirements students need to meet and what deadlines they need to be aware of.
|Ages:||14 to 19 Start dates: 24 July Duration: 2 weeks|
|Accommodation:||Residential - single rooms|
|Fees:||2 weeks - £2800