OXFORD & IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON
The Oxford-London Programme provides students a unique opportunity to spend a week at Oxford followed by a week in London. The programme is designed for students who want to develop deeper insights into the British Education System. It is an excellent opportunity for both local and International students to be introduced to the UK’s top institutions including the University of Oxford, London School of Economics and Political Science, Imperial College London and University College London.
Initially, the students attend the program in Oxford for a week and then move to Imperial accommodation in central London for another week. To read more about the facilities and activities during the first week, please follow the Oxford Summer Camp page.
Imperial College London is a public research university in London, United Kingdom. In 1907, Imperial College was established by a royal charter, which unified the Royal College of Science, Royal School of Mines, and City and Guilds of London Institute.
ACCOMMODATION AT IMPERIAL
Students are going to reside at the Imperial College London’s Princes Gardens resident halls, during the first week of the programme. Nestled in the heart of our South Kensington campus, Prince’s Gardens (Southside and Eastside Hall) is rated four-star by Visit England. It is just a few minutes’ walk from the Science, Natural History and Victoria and Albert Museums, Knightsbridge and Hyde Park. South Kensington and Gloucester Road Underground stations are less than a 10-minute walk away. We have made sure that these popular spots are easily accessible to our students, whilst in London. A walking tour is organized for our students so that they do not miss out on this amazing cultural-educational experience!
DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF OXFORD-LONDON SUMMER CAMP
Along with residing at two top University campuses, students will get a chance to study and interact with the tutors and attend lectures at both Oxford and Imperial. Programme attendees will also get an opportunity to visit Imperial College London and University College London to attend guest lectures.