Oxford Brookes University

Three campuses spread around the city, varying from a few minutes distance to 30 minutes bus rides.

Why choose a summer course at Oxford Brookes University?

  • Cafeteria
  • Science labs
  • Library
  • Dance studio and gym
  • Art studio
  • Lecture theatres
  • Climbing wall
  • Swimming pool
  • Boathouse
  • Courts
  • Pitches

Originally Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford Brookes was granted university status in 1992 and renamed itself after John Henry Brookes, a victorian craftsman and artist. The University offers a variety of subjects and boasts four campus locations, three of which are dotted around Oxford. Oxford Brookes also has plenty of halls of residences in the city centre for would-be students to immerse themselves into the Oxford lifestyle, as well as accommodation just outside the centre for those looking for a student-centric and less urban experience.


St Giles International is a group of English language schools with centres in the UK, USA, Canada and Brazil. St Giles Juniors Oxford is located at Oxford Brookes University, in the scenic outskirts of Oxford city centre
Week-long English summer programmes on the campus of Oxford Brookes University, delivered by an experienced EFL provider

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