Oxford Tutorial College is one of the UK’s leading providers of pre-university education, we offer excellent teaching from highly qualified and experienced staff in a welcoming, supportive environment. Providing students with the support they need to successfully apply for degree programmes in British universities and the skills they will require to succeed in higher education.
The college is well-equipped providing students with a welcoming and spacious learning environment where they can study, research and socialise. Located on King Edward Street, just off Oxford’s High Street, right in the heart of the ancient university precinct.
Oxford Tutorial College offers over 45 subjects and accepts students from the age of 15. We have a fantastic track record in helping students achieve their best. In our 2015 results 93% of our A-level entries passed, with over three quarters achieving an A*-C grade. 80% of our GCSE students achieved A*-C grade and 100% of our Business BTEC students achieved a Merit or above.
We offer comprehensive support and guidance when it comes to applying to degree courses so that students have the best chance of being accepted onto the course that’s right for them. Our past students are studying at top UK universities, including University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, University of St Andrews, Aston University, Cardiff University, Lancaster University, University of Leicester, University of Liverpool, University of Manchester, University of Southampton and University of Warwick.
Each student has a Personal Tutor as their first point of contact if they need help in any way while the Accommodation and Welfare Officer can talk to you about issues that are more sensitive.
We pride ourselves on our warm and friendly community at Oxford Tutorial College, and we want students to get the most from college life. At the beginning of each year, we hold a welcome party in the famous Oxford Union building and the Student Council organises lots of events during the year.
Students can join in with college sports such as basketball, Soccer, badminton, table tennis and tennis. Students are able to join the Oxford Union for a small fee, as well as other clubs and societies.
Student accommodation is arranged with local families or in college residences. It is important that all students feel comfortable, happy and ‘at home’ in their accommodation and every effort is made to match the right student to the right environment.
The Managed residence is within 15 minutes’ walk of the college and is suitable for 15-17 year olds. Breakfast and evening meal are provided, each room is ensuite and there are 24/7 residence supervisors. The Independent Residence is self-catered residence in the centre of the city. It is suitable for students over the age of 18 and has 24/7 access to staff.
Academic Preparation Programme
The Academic Preparation Programme (APP) gives students the support they need to thrive in their academic studies. Designed specifically for international students, the modules have just the right mixture of English, study skills and exam techniques to help you learn how to study successfully and enjoy life in the UK.
One Year GCSE Programme
The One Year GCSE Programme enables students not only to secure the qualifications they require to progress to more advanced studies but also to acquire the essential academic skills they need to make a success of their further studies.
The syllabus encompasses a core GCSE curriculum of Mathematics, English, and Science. Students may also choose a further two optional subjects from; Art and Design, Further Mathematics, Geography, History, Languages or Triple Science.
The University Pathway course has been designed to give international students the support they need to apply successfully for business-orientated vocational degree programmes in UK universities.
The course covers English Language, Business, Mathematics and Studying in the UK. In English language students are taught the language skills required for studying in English, preparing them for essays and examinations. In Business, students work on a series of projects and tasks, often in pairs or groups, to research, develop and then present ideas, a way of studying that is much closer to the independent learning they will experience at university.
A-level courses normally take between three and six terms to complete and prepare students for successful application to a full range of competitive degree courses at prestigious universities. The course provides students with superb teaching, delivered by experienced and committed A-level subject specialists.
The BTEC Level 3 Diploma is the vocational equivalent to two A-levels, taught over one year or two and providing the same university entry scores as A-level. It provides a practical and theoretical introduction to business which will suit those interested in a career in business who want a more hands-on course than A-level.
Easter Revision Course
Oxford Tutorial College is one of the more established providers of Easter Revision Courses, having successfully organised revision courses since 1984 and developed an effective and thorough format for delivering them.
The Course offers a fresh look at the key topics in the chosen subject and providing an intensive overview of the specified core material. Courses are offered at both A-level and GCSE. Teaching takes place at Brasenose College.
Oxford Advanced Studies Program
Oxford Advanced Studies Program offers enthusiastic young people, from the US and elsewhere, the opportunity to study and live in the historic and vibrant city of Oxford. Suitable for those seeking credits to complete High School, ‘Gap Year’ students and college students taking an overseas term or semester. All looking for a study abroad experience that will expand their intellectual and cultural horizons and offer academic freedom.