Oxford Brookes University is located in Headington, a 25 minute walk or a short bus ride away from the centre of historic Oxford. The teaching block, cafeteria and sports centre are conveniently located on the Headington campus. The excellent facilities and the safe, secure campus makes Oxford Brookes an ideal choice for students interested in studying in Oxford.
Oxford has a deserved worldwide reputation for the quality of its education. Oxford University is consistently ranked in the top three in the world. The city has a renowned literary heritage. JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, Lewis Carroll and Philip Pullman are just a few of the famous writers to have been based in Oxford.
General English Course
This English programme is ideal for students who wish to both learn English and make the most out of afternoon and evening social activities programme.
The course consists of 15 English language lessons per week, in international classes of up to 15 students. On the first day students are given a short English test to determine their level. Students are organised into classes according to their age, level and nationality.
Week course includes:
- 15 English language lessons;
- An action packed afternoon and evening programme;
- One full-day and one half-day excursions.
Activities and excursions
During the afternoons, students are offered a variety of practical group-based activities such as indoor and outdoor sports, arts & crafts and drama & music. The evenings offer a range of quiz nights, discos, talent shows and other team-based activities. This provides the perfect opportunity for your child to meet people from different cultures, and practise their English in a natural, social environment, helping to create lifelong memories and discover lifelong friends.
An essential part of learning experience is the excursion programme. The programme include cultural visits to world-renowned cities such as London, Windsor, Brighton, Stratford-upon-Avon, Bath, Henley-on-Thames with all of their historical heritage, shopping trips to local towns and 'pure fun' trips to theme parks.
Students are placed in single rooms in a student residence, which is located not far from the university campus. Each block of 5-6 rooms has a common living room and kitchen, where students can continue to communicate in their spare time. Three meals a day is organized in a cafe near the university.