The Oxford and Cambridge Advanced Studies Programme enables students to experience life as an Oxford or Cambridge undergraduate and network with like-minded, high-achieving students from around the world. The course takes place at Brasenose College, University of Oxford or Magdalene College, University of Cambridge.
Students choose two university-level subjects per 2 weeks to study at first-year undergraduate university-level from options including Business Management, Economics, Finance, Medicine, Political Science, Psychology and many more.
Following the Oxbridge teaching method, students are taught in small classes of no more than eight students by passionate and knowledgeable tutors, who range from further education professional to PhD candidates from Oxford and Cambridge.
Open to native English speakers and international students. Non-native English speakers must have an advanced (C1) level of English in order to cope with the high-level subject tuition. The age range for students on the Advanced Studies Program is 16-18.
Students can choose to study in two prestigious locations, Oxford or Cambridge.
Brasenose College enjoys the best location of any Oxford University College with the entrance to the Old Quad on Radcliffe Square next to the Bodleian Library. Bucksmore bedrooms are located in Frewin Court, a minute’s walk from Cornmarket Street, Oxford’s busiest shopping area.
Magdalene College is situated on the charming banks of the River Cam, Magdalene College has the longest riverfront of any College in Cambridge. Accommodation is spread across three courts; Malory, Benson & Buckingham.
- Age: 16-18
- minimum language level: C1 (advanced) required
- Class size: 8
- weekly excursions: 2 full-day
- Certificate: Personalised report card & certificate
- Hours per week: 23
- Tuition content: University level subject tuition
- Tuition and class materials
- Extracurricular programme including excursions
- airport transfer
- personalised report card & certificate
Full-board accommodation is provided
Business, Economics,Medicine, Politics, Psychology