Our flagship Oxford Summer Programme introduces the students to the latest debates and developments in the subject of their choice within diverse fields of study. Taught by academics, tutors, lecturers, deans and teachers associated with the University of Oxford as students, research fellows or members of faculty – these students experience the world of academic legacies through world class teaching and learning methods, and excursion trips. The Institute contracts with the University College for the use of facilities.
The University of Oxford has produced a long list of world leaders, writers, thinkers, philosophers, scientists and artists over the course of its history that stretches back to 1096 AD. Below are just some of personalities associated with the University with whom your students will be sharing similar experiences.
- Twenty six British prime ministers have attended Oxford
- Oscar Wilde, J.R.R. Tolkien, T.S. Eliot and Lewis Carroll are some of the famous writers along with philosophers John Locke, Jeremy Bentham and Thomas Hobbes who have been associated with Oxford.
- Some of the scientists that Oxford produced include Stephen Hawking, Richard Dawkins and Albert Einstein
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University of Oxford’s campus is World heritage site and is in high demand as the preferred place to stay for the millions of visitors and tourists during summer months. We are however fully committed to provide our students unique experience of living within the campus and using the same facilities that were once used by prominent members of alumni. We are collaborating with University College to use their facilities. For more info please visit here.
Excursion trips to London are organised over the weekend. Key tourist attractions in London such as the London Eye, Big Ben, Westminster, Hyde Park, Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace are visited. Besides these trips, we will have a set of activities to engage our students throughout the program. For more information please visit here.
4th August 2019 – 16th August 2019