The Oxford English Centre was established in 1979. The school is in magnificent premises, close to the centre of Oxford. The Oxford English Centre is accredited by the British Council and is a member of EnglishUK - your guarantees of quality.

Top reasons to study here

  • The Oxford English Centre was established in 1979 as a year-round school of English.
  • The Oxford English Centre offers high quality courses in magnificent premises.
  • The center has been accredited by the British Council and a member of English UK since 1986.

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About

History

The Oxford English Centre was established in 1979 as a year-round school of English.

Education

The Oxford English Centre not only offers you a selection of English language courses, it also aims at giving the students an unforgettable stay in Oxford. Therefore we invite all learners throughout the academic year to participate in our social programme, including excursions, sports and social gatherings.The activities will provide the perfect setting for you to meet international students and to get to know your classmates better!

Research

It is also an ideal opportunity to practice your language skills in real life situations and a chance to visit some of Oxford’s tourist attractions and famous landmarks.

Services

Student services

The Oxford English Centre not only offers you a selection of English language courses, it also aims at giving the students an unforgettable stay in Oxford. Therefore we invite all learners throughout the academic year to participate in our social programme, including excursions, sports and social gatherings.

Housing services

Oxford, in south central England, revolves around its world famous university, established in the 12th century. The architecture of the 38 university colleges around the city’s medieval centre led poet Matthew Arnold to describe it as the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’.

Student Life

Campus life

Oxford, in south central England, revolves around its world famous university, established in the 12th century. The architecture of the 38 university colleges around the city’s medieval centre led poet Matthew Arnold to describe it as the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’.

Oxford, England, United Kingdom