Oxford International College is a private tutorial college based in central Oxford for girls and boys from 15 to 18 years. The school teaches GCSE and A-Level courses to prepare students for entry into British universities.
We offer a range of courses taught in small groups or by individual tuition, including one and two-year A-level and GCSE courses as well as non-selective bespoke study programmes. Our quality of teaching, pastoral care and boarding facilities are of the highest standard.
Located just a short walk from Oxford city centre, the College attracts students from all over the world and has become a vibrant community of international students and staff, the majority of whom live in the nearby hall of residence.
Established in 2002 by a group of experienced educationalists lead by Dr Mario Peters, the organisation has grown into one of the most successful private tutorial colleges in the UK, welcoming students from the UK and all over the world. The College has grown every year since its foundation and is now securely settled into modern teaching premises at London Place and a large, modern Hall of Residence just 7 minutes walk away. London Place is a long-established educational site which has been completely refurbished by Oxford International College as part of its long-term commitment to growth and enhancing the student experience.
Our A-level programme combines academic excellence with a passion for personal development, providing students with the best possible preparation for university, their future career and the rest of their life. We are here to help students aged between 16-21 to become independent and motivated learners and successfully gain entry to the best British and international universities. Our aim is to help students gain the qualifications, skills and qualities that will not only ensure a successful and fulfilling career, but also help them to make a positive impact on the world around them.
Our young students represent the future of this world, and we very much look forward to welcoming them to Oxford and to supporting them on the start of this journey of a lifetime.