A Levels are very useful internationally recognized qualifications, which open up new opportunities for you to get a place at universities in UK, Hong Kong, Singapore or Australia. You will need the right A level subjects to get a place on your chosen undergraduate degree and to enable yourself to step forward onto your ideal career path in both Asia and Western countries. Our A Level Programme focuses on Science subjects, which Asian students tend to find easier to achieve remarkable grades. If you wish to pursue other A Level subjects, please contact us as we may be able to accommodate your need too.
We have partnered with Oxford International Study Centre, a prestigious private institution in delivering our face-to-face A Level Programme in Oxford.
The campus is a charming red building right in the heart of the city of Oxford, with the iconic Town Hall immediately to the right and the world-famous Christ Church to the left.
Combining our expertise in tailoring curricula to the specific needs of Asian students and OISC’s long history of academic achievement (with some of the best Oxbridge and Russell Group university admission results in the UK), the A Level programme is ideal for students arriving in the UK to prepare themselves for entering the leading universities.
Dr Barbara James has been a teacher and teacher trainer for more than 30 years, most of which have been spent outside the UK with the British Council. She has worked in Hong Kong, China, Vietnam, Mongolia and Malaysia, as well as in the Middle East, Europe and Africa. She was an IELTS oral and written and Cambridge oral examiner for many years, and is currently on the panel for Trinity. Her passion is in teaching, and her experience includes academic, military and business English, teaching children, young adults and adults, and preparation courses for examinations. She currently works part time in two universities in the UK.
Carolyn Llewelyn has worked in international education for over twenty years. She first established her own college in Oxford and was runner-up in the UK Women in Business awards. She then became Principal of an international college in Oxford, and was later Principal of OISC for eight years, from its opening in 2006. She graduated from St Anne’s College, Oxford, in Modern and Medieval Languages.
Benjamin Llewelyn has worked for OISC since its opening in 2006, in many different roles. He graduated from Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, in English Language and Literature, before undertaking an Masters in Classical Reception at the University of Bristol, working primarily on the relationships between Ancient Greece, Rome, and Egypt, and modern social theories. He became Principal of OISC in 2014.
You can choose the fast track programme to complement your current or existing studies or extended programme.
Structure & Fee
|Type||Fast Track Programme||Extended Programme|
|Duration||18 Months||Two Years|
|Teaching mode||– Full Time|
|– Full Time|
|Tuition Fee||£16,200 per year||£16,200 per year|
(For students who have the right to study in the UK)
Term payment: £3,645
Duration of agreement: 12 months
Term payment: £3,645
Duration of agreement: 24 months
|Subjects||Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Maths (A or AS level), Further Maths, Chinese (Select four subjects)|
|Exam Boards||AQA Oxford, Cambridge|
|Class Ratio||Online – Small group|
Face to Face – Small group
|Entry requirements||– Completed Year 2 of Senior High/ Grade 11 + IELTS equivalent of 5.5 or higher|
– Completed and passed our entry assessment (written test and interview)
*Please note, there is a charge of £150 for the assessment and subsequent course-counselling session; this can be used as part payment for your course fees.
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