Once again our students have produced a remarkable set of results in the prestigious IB Diploma. We are relatively unselective in intake, making the average of 36.7 points (equating to better than 3 A grades at A level) even more impressive, and the...
Our campus for adult students
Our International College, exclusively for adult students, is based at the Bardwell Road Campus.
The campus is located in elegant Victorian buildings in Summertown that were once homes for wealthy professors at Oxford University.
At the end of Bardwell Road is the Cherwell Boathouse where you can hire punts (flat-bottomed narrow boats) and glide along the River Thames. At the other end of the road is a charming lane called North Parade described as “one of the most interesting little streets in Oxford” with cafés, restaurants, pubs, art galleries and local shops.
From the campus it is just a short walk through the beautiful Oxford University Parks into the centre of the city where you can enjoy wandering around looking at the shops, restaurants, bars, museums and sports clubs.
On this campus you will find:
- Course offices
- Activities Officer
- Student common room
- Student study room
- Dining room
- Teachers work room
- Careers and Higher Education Adviser
- Office Manager
- Finance matters
- Course Director’s office
- Deputy Course Director
You can find the contact details of all the staff who can help you in this list
Telephone: 01865 517706 – (+44 1865 517706)
Fax: 01865 553751 – +44 1865 553751)
Office hours: Monday – Friday 0900-1700 GMT
The first episode of “The Insider” has just been published. “The Insider” is a new podcast created by our International Baccalaureate students. The podcast series seeks to find out more about teachers and gain unique insights on things they have learned on their...
On 21 March 2019 we were lucky enough to go on a study visit to sunny Lisbon as part of our Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) experience. We decided to film our adventures in Lisbon, to tell the story from our perspective. Firstly, a bit of background....