The Oxford Summer Program places heavy emphasis on extracurricular activities to help nurture student’s personality and make the program an enjoyable experience.
Along with the structured activities listed below, such as sports, indoor games, excursion trips and entertainment, students are also given unstructured time to explore the immensely diverse activities Oxford has to offer. Oxford is a vibrant and exciting town for students with impressive gothic architecture inspires visitors.
The program also includes indoor activities such as board games. These are led by the deans and are scheduled in the evenings. The common room at the college/premises is used for these. These activities are usually very popular among our students and provides them with the opportunity to gel together as a group and work as a team.
Other field trips are organised to historic colleges comprising University of Oxford and the Bodleian Library. We will also be organizing a trip to the Ashmolean Museum (the world's first University Museum) and Pitt Rivers Museum which was founded in 1884 when General Pitt Rivers, an enthusiast of Archaeology, donated his collection to the University. There are over half a million archaeological and anthropological objects housed in the museum including a T-Rex skeleton.
Other activities such as karaoke night, and student performances continue during the course of the program. These activities ensure that students fully enjoy their summer holidays and take back incredible memories.