This archaeology summer course introduces students to a broad array of intellectually stimulating and thought-provoking debates within Archaeology and the associated discipline of Anthropology, exploring some of the key theoretical principles underpinning the fields' practices to reconsider humanity in an entirely new light.
This course gives students the chance to explore a fascinating subject seldom taught at school, gaining an understanding of celestial phenomena including supernovae, planets, and stars.
Study Biotechnology if you are interested in engaging with cutting edge material, the applications of Biotechnology across a range of fields, and gaining an insight into the future directions of Biotechnology.
Students will begin by looking into the technical and mathematical details of how the blockchain functions, as well as the other new technologies.
On this course, students will delve into the complex world of business finance, from micro-studies to macro-finance.
This Chemistry summer course focuses on strengthening core concepts as well as introducing new and exciting topics, to go beyond what students might have had a chance to cover at school.
An introduction to the history, literature, philosophy and belief systems of Ancient Greece and Rome.
Study Climate and Sustainability to be an empowered sustainable citizen, who is striving to be part of a more sustainable society. By exploring ideas for our future society, such as Sustainable Cities, you will realise the complexities of the societal change needed for our future.
This History summer course takes students through the most important global events and processes which have taken place since the end of the Second World War, from the Cold War to the decolonisation process, the rise of China, the Middle Eastern conflicts, and the response of the international community to the rise of terrorism.
This Creative Writing course aims both to inspire students, and to provide students with an overview of techniques and processes available to writers, encouraging them to think beyond their perceived limitations while equipping them to exceed themselves.
Study Criminology to gain an understanding of the key terms in Criminology, then tackle the central questions behind what makes an act or action a crime. You will explore the interaction between real-world issues and psychological research, and learn about Criminology from a range of perspectives.
Students will learn about the emergence of cryptocurrency and explore the consequences that its development has already had and may continue to have in future.
This exciting Economics Summer Course in Oxford has been designed to introduce students to basic economic theory while also looking at the way in which it is applied, to help students understand current economic issues, from unemployment to the benefits and disadvantages of the Eurozone.
This course takes in a huge swathe of English Literature from the past 500 years, from Shakespeare’s The Tempest right up to modern-day metafiction. Students will be provided with the fundamental skills for literary analysis and to build on these with the introduction of more complex texts.
This Experimental Psychology course follows the pioneers of the field in seeking answers to some of life's most intriguing questions, giving students the opportunity to study, discuss and debate issues of identity, consciousness, morality, and more.
Study FinTech if you have an interest in how our global finance landscape is rapidly changing. No prior knowledge is required; just the desire to open your eyes to how to utilise and manage financial technologies in an increasingly digitalised world.
Uncover the fundamental concepts and topics of Forensic Science, and look to the future by studying emerging confirming laboratory techniques. This course will empower you to think about the value of Forensic Science in our society, supporting your journey to further studies or a future career in the field.
Students on this demanding Genetics course will gain an understanding of human evolution while being introduced to advanced concepts such as genetic engineering.
This Human Sciences summer course has been designed to provide students with an overview of the social and biological factors that affect human life, ranging from the study of genetics and evolution to how humans are affected by their own social structures, and also considering the academic interplay between the subject and others.
This course is designed to introduce students to the study of journalism by developing their ability to respond critically to a wide range of journalistic media; it is suitable for both those seeking general exposure to the field and those who aim to pursue a career in journalism and want to hone their skills while considering journalism's requirements.
A course with direct relevance to students’ future careers, Management Studies provides an excellent introduction to the world of business and the challenges it entails.
This course has been designed to open students’ eyes to the wide-ranging field of marketing, omnipresent but seldom taught at school. The course explores marketing in its many guises, from traditional television advertising and public relations to the various forms of digital marketing, such as social media, email, search engine optimisation and paid search marketing.
This Mathematics summer course in Oxford is designed for students with a keen interest in Mathematics. Our focus will be on the introduction of basic concepts from higher mathematics, on the development and practise of critical thinking skills, and on fun and exciting topics that the student is not likely to be taught on a standard school curriculum.
This summer Medical Biology course is designed for students who wish to extend their knowledge and understanding of the science behind modern medical practice, encouraging students to consider human health and its wider impact more broadly.
Students on this challenging Neuroscience course will explore the complex workings of the human brain, covering difficult issues including memory, the storage of information, the role of sleep, and how emotions and pain affect neural pathways.
This Philosophy summer course has been designed to offer our brightest learners the opportunity to study challenging topics which rarely features in the school curriculum, offering some of the most brilliant ideas of history's most brilliant thinkers, in addition to universally applicable transferable skills.
This physics summer course aims to introduce students to aspects of physics beyond what is taught in most schools, introducing them to topics encountered at a degree level in order to give an impression of the current state of modern physics and its most intellectually challenging -and rewarding- aspects.
This Politics summer course is designed to introduce students to the academic disciplines of Political Science and International Relations, exposing them to the methods of social scientific inquiry and contemporary issues dominating the discipline.