Oxford College Summer School provides a unique and fulfilling experience for students aged 15 to 17, and runs at two traditional university college campuses near to Oxford’s city centre. The city is famed for its university; the oldest in the English-speaking world, its architecture and many museums and galleries. Our programmes give students the opportunity to live in, study and explore one of the most famous university cities in the world.
St Hugh’s College
St Hugh’s College was founded in 1886 and is one of the largest colleges at the University of Oxford, famed for its extensive and attractive gardens. The college is located in the north of Oxford and is only a 15-minute walk from the city centre. Combining impressive Edwardian buildings with contemporary facilities, St. Hugh’s college offers a beautiful setting for our students.
Courses available at St Hugh’s: General English, Foundation English, Business & Leadership, Natural Sciences, Politics & Economics, History of Art and Engineering.
Wycliffe Hall is one of the constituent halls of the University of Oxford, founded in 1877. The college is our most central location, being only a 10-minute walk from the centre of Oxford, and is located within a two-building campus, arranged around a courtyard garden. With its smaller size, Wycliffe Hall boasts a warm and communal environment for our college students to study, relax and socialise in.
Courses available at Wycliffe Hall: Law, Medicine, International Relations, and English Literature & Creative Writing.
Oxford College Summer School is operated by Summer Boarding Courses Ltd who will handle all payments and enquiries. Summer Boarding Courses Ltd is an organisation which contracts with St Hugh’s and Wycliffe Hall for the use of the facilities, but has no formal connection with the University of Oxford.