Art in Oxford – Online
• Live online classes with our expert IB teachers
• Develop your creative language using English
Develop creative ideas taking inspiration from the city of Oxford
|Level:||From upper intermediate (CEF B2) to very advanced (CEF C2)|
|Start date:||5 April 2021|
|Course length:||2 weeks|
|Class size:||Maximum 8 students|
|Lessons:||10 live timetabled group lessons (9.1 hours) + 5 self-study lessons + social activities programme|
|Timetable:||10:00 to 12:00 UK time Monday to Friday with your teacher in Oxford|
|Tuition Fees:||£550 for 2 weeks|
|Sample Timetable:||Art in Oxford – Online|
|Activities:||Sample activities programme|
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Enhance your design skills or develop your art portfolio
The key benefits include:
Explore your creativity from home: Develop your artistic talents with our engaging online Art course
Expand your design portfolio: Explore new art techniques, develop your design skills or produce inspiration work for your art portfolio
Enhance your technical skills: Learn digital design skills which are useful for architecture, game design, fashion design and interior design
Interactive study: Study alongside students from a range of countries in 2 ‘live’ timetabled group lessons per day
Quality teaching: Develop your creative ideas with the support of our experienced IB teachers
Academic teaching approach: Study in English to build confidence for future study in an English-speaking creative environment
Careers in Art: Expert guidance from a careers advisor on art-based study routes and future career options
Be inspired by the beautiful city of Oxford: Benefit from virtual tours around Oxford’s museums and galleries
Professional guest speaker events: Gain insights from local artists or designers
Supportive teaching environment: Benefit from small class sizes with up to 8 students from around the world
Learning environment: Develop your artistic talents with our engaging online course.
St Clare’s, Oxford is a member of the English UK specialist group for Young Learners
How do I access the online classroom?
When your booking has been accepted, you will receive an email with your login details.
What resources do I need to join this course?
- A computer, tablet, laptop or smartphone with camera function
- Your device needs to have a camera, speakers and mic
- Access to basic art supplies including paper, pencils, brushes and paints
Please fill in this form if you have any questions about on our Art in Oxford – Online course.
We look forward to hearing from you.