Oxford International College is a co-educational college in Oxford, with 200 international pupils aged 16-18. The college's international students come from a broad range of nationalities.
English for Academic Purposes classes run weekly throughout the term and students can take EAL classes until they have achieved their required IELTS test score.
Their A-Level courses are an entirely tailored journey for each student – from the first advisor meeting to the final university destination.
This fast-track one-year GCSE programme enables students to meet the requirements they need to go to A-levels.
This shorter, more intensive course is a cost-effective way to gain this internationally recognised qualification in a single year, enabling students to progress to their A-Level studies and then on to the top universities in the world.
Boarding accommodation fees include a standard en-suite room with heating, internet, and furnishings. Students are separated by age and gender into separate clusters and have 24-hour security. Students may stay in their accommodation during the half-term and Easter breaks. Studio and shared twin rooms are also available.
They understand that living in a foreign country while undergoing an ambitious academic programme can be a struggle. To support our high achievers, there is a comprehensive welfare system in place. Each student is assigned a mentor and a progress tutor to counsel them throughout their school experience, and they have monthly one-to-one meetings to ensure their wellbeing.
Their Student Services team is available for a chat at any time and prepared to offer logistical support (such as booking doctor’s appointments, taxis, flights, hotels etc.) to ensure our students feel safe and at home both in the college and the country. The Principal, the Student Services Manager, Extracurricular Manager, Chief Education Officer, and Progress Tutor Manager are all available to speak to any student seeking help.