Oxford

brown concrete building under blue sky

Oxford is famous globally for the beautiful medieval architecture – the famous “dreaming spires” – and the academic atmosphere in the city. With its rich cultural and education heritage, Oxford allows any students spending time there to feel part of the bigger academic community.

Oxford is also one of the safest cities in the UK, making it an even more popular choice for teenage international students who are away from home for the first time. Oxford is conveniently located, with the fastest train service from central London to Oxford being only 52 minutes. 

About Oxford International Study Centre

Oxford International Study Centre is centrally located in the very heart of Oxford, right next to the Town Hall. The campus is an iconic red brick listed historical building that is over 400 years old, now fully modernised to suit the teaching and learning needs of the 21st century. OISC is known for providing an array of quality education programmes, covering over twenty GCSE and A Level subjects, University Foundation preparation and training for a range of English qualifications. In addition to regular programmes, OISC also has the flexibility to provide individual students with tailor-made education solutions. It has excellent connections to universities and many of its teaching faculty are graduates of Oxford and Russell Group universities. This proves to be especially useful in the education consultancy services they provide for students applying to leading universities in the UK.