The Oxford Institute summer programme provides students with a rare opportunity to experience life as a student at Oxford University – they live in university accommodation, dine in college dining halls, attend courses delivered by Oxford scholars, and explore other facets of student life in the city.
Like Oxford’s collegiate system, our student batches are ideal-sized (up to 50 students), thus ensuring personalised attention and teaching approaches for all participants. Our staff is highly qualified and the subjects offered are extremely diverse. Thus, participants aspiring for a world-class experience in education can be sure of receiving it while at Oxford.


Oxford has a proud tradition of study in art, music, literature, philosophy, religion, history and other related subjects. It has contributed immensely to our understanding of various aspects of human society and culture. Students will follow the footsteps of the likes of J. R. Tolkien, T. S. Eliot, Christopher Hitchens, Oscar Wilde, Emily Davison in learning and producing work related to arts and humanities.


Oxford has been a global hub for the study of social sciences. In particular, study subjects such as politics, economics, law, psychology and others have led to significant advancements in these fields. Some of the famous social scientists associated with Oxford include Adam Smith, Thomas Hobbes and John Locke.


Oxford has been the torchbearer of scientific thinking and method for centuries. Equipped with state of the art facilities for scientific research and inquiry, Oxford remains a magnet for world’s top scientists and scholars. Students will take inspirations from the likes of Stephen Hawking and Dorothy Hodgkins to explore courses in physical sciences.