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Oxford International Youth Academy

OIYA is a two-week programme in Oxford for overseas university students. Students live, study and eat in rooms hired from Oxford University's colleges as well as other prestigious venues.

During the course you will:

  • gain an introduction to life in Oxford and to teaching methods used in the UK
  • find out about British life, culture, politics, etc.
  • visit some of Britain's most iconic sites in Oxford, London and elsewhere
  • have opportunities to socialise and have discussions with...
OIYA 16s2 student

 This is a meaningful experience, you can make many new friends here, you can learn all kinds of lessons and you will find teachers here are all so lovely.

Oxford University visiting student programme

Oxford Prospects Programmes has teamed up with a number of Oxford University colleges to assist with their visiting student programmes.

Many colleges run such programmes, which allow undergraduates from other universities to study at Oxford for between one and three terms. Registered visiting students enjoy exactly the same teaching and the same facilities as Oxford's matriculated students.

Visiting students at Oxford University frequently come from home universities in the USA, though colleges also welcome students from other countries. OPP has made introductions between a...

Looking China Youth Film Project

Looking China (Kan Zhongguo) is a programme for international students hosted by the Academy for International Communication of Chinese Culture and Beijing Normal University. This prestigious course sponsors overseas students from around 20 countries to spend a fortnight in one of several locations in China.

Students produce 10-minute video documentaries of their experiences, on a wide range of subjects. Videos aired at the 2015 Looking China screening at Beijing Normal University included 'More Vivid than a Sculpture', 'Chopsticks: a visual portrait of Qingdao', 'A bowl of...

Wolfson College building and harbour
College accommodation

Students on the Oxford International Youth Academy and many of our other programmes live, study and eat in the colleges of Oxford University, hiring the same college facilities as Oxford University's own students. We are delighted to be able to use accommodation, teaching rooms and catering provided by some of Oxford's most beautiful colleges, including:

  • Balliol College
  • Jesus College
  • The Queen's College
  • Wolfson College.

For more details, click here.

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Postal address:

c/o Wolfson College
Linton Road
Oxford
OX2 6UD
UK

Tel: +44-(0)1865 284420
(84420 from University network)

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