ONLINE OXFORD SUMMER PROGRAM 2021

Join our two-weeks Online Oxford Summer Program designed for ambitious and motivated students from around the world. The courses will be delivered by Oxbridge academics and tutors. Participants will benefit from 20 hours of subject training, lectures, debating, admission counseling, social hours, and much more.

Features

  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Oxbridge/Ivy League Admissions
  • Debating Skills
  • Essay Writing Skills
  • Lectures by Oxford Research Fellows and Academics
  • Virtual Social hour

Participants will receive

  • Certificate of Participation
  • Debating Certificates
  • Result Card
  • Reference from Oxford Tutors

JUNIORS

12 - 15 Years old

SENIORS

15 - 19 Years old

UNIVERSITY STUDENT

19+

SUBJECTS

Politics, Philosophy and Economics

Modelled as a taster to Oxford University’s famous PPE undergraduate course, this module brings together key concepts in politics, philosophy and economics. The module will help students understand the distribution of power and resources in a society. They will also explore fundamental philosophical questions such as on the nature of reality and how we can learn about it. The course will explain the development and evolution of the modern political and economic institutions and their key philosophical underpinnings.

Business Studies and Management

This course will introduce students to a range of business functions to develop a holistic understanding of business processes and their interaction with the outside world. It will help students identify specific business activities that they are interested in and would like to pursue in the future. It will include introduction to best practices in management, leadership and organizational change. Students will also learn how to formulate and operationalize a successful business plan.

World History

This course introduces students to the analysis and interpretation of the past with the aim of studying continuity and change over time. It equips students to use a wide variety of evidence to examine, interpret, revisit, and reinterpret the past. These include written documents, oral communication and objects such as buildings, artefacts, photographs, and paintings. Moreover, students will also be introduced to debates among different methods of studying and interpreting the past, and the relation of these debates to our present. Therefore, this course will provide a grounding in some of the broad themes within the global history literature with an eye on their contemporary relevance.

English Literature

This course aims to familiarize students with a range of English literary works from Shakespeare to the present. The program will include study of some of the most acclaimed authors in English Literature such as Shakespeare, Jonson, Donne, Dickens, Charlotte Bronte, Hardy, Conrad, Yeats and Woolf. Students will also be introduced to the tradition of counter-colonial literature from non-Western contexts through writers such as Achebe, Marquez, and Memmi. Therefore, the course includes analysis of works by some of these authors and general discussion of modern critical theory and practice.

English Language

The English language course focuses on writing, speaking and reading skills for students at all levels of competency from everyday conversation to the language of literature and the media. It involves the study of the structure of modern English, the history of English and identifying the basic tools for describing and discussing the English language with the aim of improving communications skills.

Mathematics for Engineering

This course introduces students to the foundational mathematical concepts required to pursue a career in Engineering. Mathematics includes the study of topics encompassing quantity, structure, space, change and other properties. Along with covering these key concepts, the course also includes introduction to major branches of engineering and their particular areas of focus.

Biology & Medicine

This course introduces students to key concepts in biology that have relevance in the field of medicine. Some of these include molecular biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, cell biology, microbiology, pharmacology etc. The emphasis will be on understanding concepts that have practical applications in the diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention of diseases. The course will also include a focus on medical epidemiology to equip students with a greater understanding of the major health crises of our time, such as the recent SARS-CoV (COVID-19) pandemic.
Politics, Philosophy and Economics
Modelled as a taster to Oxford University’s famous PPE undergraduate course, this module brings together key concepts in politics, philosophy and economics. The module will help students understand the distribution of power and resources in a society. They will also explore fundamental philosophical questions such as on the nature of reality and how we can learn about it. The course will explain the development and evolution of the modern political and economic institutions and their key philosophical underpinnings.
Business Studies and Management
This course will introduce students to a range of business functions to develop a holistic understanding of business processes and their interaction with the outside world. It will help students identify specific business activities that they are interested in and would like to pursue in the future. It will include introduction to best practices in management, leadership and organizational change. Students will also learn how to formulate and operationalize a successful business plan.
World History
This course introduces students to the analysis and interpretation of the past with the aim of studying continuity and change over time. It equips students to use a wide variety of evidence to examine, interpret, revisit, and reinterpret the past. These include written documents, oral communication and objects such as buildings, artefacts, photographs, and paintings. Moreover, students will also be introduced to debates among different methods of studying and interpreting the past, and the relation of these debates to our present. Therefore, this course will provide a grounding in some of the broad themes within the global history literature with an eye on their contemporary relevance.
English Literature
This course aims to familiarize students with a range of English literary works from Shakespeare to the present. The program will include study of some of the most acclaimed authors in English Literature such as Shakespeare, Jonson, Donne, Dickens, Charlotte Bronte, Hardy, Conrad, Yeats and Woolf. Students will also be introduced to the tradition of counter-colonial literature from non-Western contexts through writers such as Achebe, Marquez, and Memmi. Therefore, the course includes analysis of works by some of these authors and general discussion of modern critical theory and practice.
English Language
The English language course focuses on writing, speaking and reading skills for students at all levels of competency from everyday conversation to the language of literature and the media. It involves the study of the structure of modern English, the history of English and identifying the basic tools for describing and discussing the English language with the aim of improving communications skills.
Mathematics for Engineering
This course introduces students to the foundational mathematical concepts required to pursue a career in Engineering. Mathematics includes the study of topics encompassing quantity, structure, space, change and other properties. Along with covering these key concepts, the course also includes introduction to major branches of engineering and their particular areas of focus.
Biology & Medicine
This course introduces students to key concepts in biology that have relevance in the field of medicine. Some of these include molecular biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, cell biology, microbiology, pharmacology etc. The emphasis will be on understanding concepts that have practical applications in the diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention of diseases. The course will also include a focus on medical epidemiology to equip students with a greater understanding of the major health crises of our time, such as the recent SARS-CoV (COVID-19) pandemic.identifying the basic tools for describing and discussing the English language with the aim of improving communications skills.

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Key Dates: 2nd - 13th August