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Our renowned summer school, for students aged 13-25, in the colleges of Oxford.
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We offer a range of summer options for schools and other groups with our Oxford Summer school.
Small class sizes and high-calibre teachers are at the heart of life at the International Study Centre.
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We are delighted to have received several prestigious awards and accreditations.
Join us in summer 2020 in Oxford on our award-winning Oxford Summer School for students aged 13 to 15 years old. We provide students from all over the world with the chance to live, study and dine in colleges of the University of Oxford. Throughout the duration of their course, students will have the opportunity to be taught by ORA’s experienced and passionate faculty, and will enjoy learning in the environment of one of the best universities in the world - Oxford. Summer courses are available in a variety of arts and STEM subject areas, including Medicine, Architecture, Law and Computer Science. Spaces for each course are strictly limited – browse our range of courses for ages 13-15 below, and find your perfect programme for 2020.
Study in confidence with ORA's accredited, award-winning educational courses
Oxford Royale Academy is a part of Oxford Programs Limited, a company registered in England as company number 6045196. Registered office: 14 King Street, Bristol, BS1 4EF. The company contracts with institutions including Oxford University for the use of their facilities and also contracts with tutors from those institutions but does not operate under the aegis of Oxford University.