Oxford Royale Academy’s summer schools take place in world-renowned institutions, including colleges of Oxford University and Cambridge University. Click on a residential college to find out more about where you could be studying this summer.
Founded in 1263, Balliol is one of the most prestigious colleges and boasts an impressive array of alumni, including four British Prime Ministers.
A staggeringly beautiful college located on the High Street, founded in 1341 and named after Queen Philippa of Hainault, the wife of King Edward III.
A small and friendly college, located right in the centre of town. The perfect location for students of all ages.
A Victorian college with a mix of modern and traditional buildings along with some of the most beautiful gardens in Oxford.
One of the most modern Oxford colleges (founded 1964), St Catherine's is a spacious, green college with a friendly atmosphere.
Founded in 1264, this beautiful college is known for its academic calibre and is located just off the Oxford High Street in the town centre.
A modern annex of the medieval Balliol College, students can enjoy modern accommodation with plenty of green, open space.
Founded in 1326, Clare is the second oldest of Cambridge’s 31 colleges, and has two sites on either side of the River Cam.
In 1966 Fitzwilliam Hall was granted a Royal Charter and officially became Fitzwilliam College, a prestigious college with a reputation for academic success and student equality.
Students can follow in the footsteps of American presidents and business leaders at our prestigious summer school at Yale.
Our University of California, Berkeley summer school is hosted at the Clark Kerr residence, a stunning Spanish style campus.
One of the world’s most respected and prestigious academic institutions, consistently ranked in the top 10 universities worldwide.
Our programmes are independently run and are not endorsed by the universities, schools and colleges in which we operate.