Founded in 2004, Oxford Royale Academy is an award- winning provider of residential summer courses, headquartered in the ancient university city of Oxford. We are committed to providing academic excellence and superlative teaching standards to students from all over the world, enabling them to develop their academic abilities and go on to individual success. Over the years we have garnered an impressive range of awards and accreditations, assuring you of our exemplary standards of education, service, and safety. We were particularly pleased to be honoured by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise twice: once in 2012 and more recently in 2016. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious accolades for businesses and individuals in the United Kingdom.
Places still available for Summer 2017!
Our Oxford Summer School is our longest running and most popular study option, with programmes guaranteed to pique the interest of any student aged 8-25. From Engineering to Law, and Medicine to Creative Writing, our two-week courses are ideal for students seeking to hone existing academic skills or to discover something new.
For the duration of their stay in Oxford, students are resident in either a constituent college of the University of Oxford or Yarnton Manor, our very own Jacobean manor house a few minutes’ drive from the city centre. Both offer unparalleled facilities and a quintessentially English environment in which to live and work.
At ORA we pride ourselves on our vibrant international mix, bringing intellectually curious individuals from all over the world together as a fun, friendly community. Last summer we welcomed students from over 100 different nationalities, and we look forward to repeating this achievement in 2017!
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- Airport transfers to and from Oxford
- Meals on site (breakfast, lunch, and dinner for 8-15s; breakfast and dinner for 15+)
- 41 hours of contact time across each session
- Graduation certificate upon leaving
- Scholarships available