This course focuses on strengthening fundamental skills and techniques learned at school, before introducing new topics in order to develop confidence and ensure students get ahead of their peers during the summer. Students will have the opportunity to present work in small groups, to practice graph drawing, and to learn about general logic using mathematical puzzles and riddles.Apply Now
On this course the class will strengthen fundamental skills and techniques learned at school, and then they will be introduced to new topics. This will ensure students will get ahead of their peers during summer.
Additionally, students will develop presentation skills, graph drawing, and they will implement mathematical puzzles and riddles to learn about general logic.
In the second week the students will give short ‘previews’ of the mathematics taught in higher classes and an explanation of the practical importance of the subject. In this way, it helps prepare students for further studies in Mathematics, and may even assist them in deciding whether it is something that they would like to study at a higher level.
Students aged 12 can expect an inspiring two weeks of study and cultural experiences while living and studying in St Hugh’s College, Oxford. The ability to choose from our range of course options means that students can tailor their course to suit their goals, enabling them to try out exciting new things and make decisions about which subjects they may like to pursue further.
Students staying for two weeks choose one morning subject (see all subjects available in the lists below) and one workshop class from 5 possible options, receiving more than 20 hours of tuition per week. Attendees can also opt to stay for four weeks, selecting additional options.
Take this course if you are aged 12 and would like to experience new subjects in the environment of the university of Oxford this summer, living and studying in an Oxford college (St Hugh’s). Outside of class, students will embark on an exciting programme of extracurricular activities in Oxford, as well as excursions further afield.
Guidance for students requiring a visa to attend one of ORA’s summer or year-round programmes.
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