Established in 1988, Oxford Sixth Form College is one of the UK’s leading independent sixth form colleges for students aged 15-19. Formerly named Oxford Tutorial College, they sustain the tutorial tradition through an average class size of four students and through having no more than eight students in an A-Level class. They offer over 20 subjects across A-Level, GCSE and BTEC.
They are committed to not only providing you with expert tuition but also providing you with the support you need to reach your potential from the moment you make your application.
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One Year A-Level
Oxford Sixth Form College offers more than 20 different subjects for study at A-Level of which many are available as one year A-levels. Their intensive and focused teaching enables them to prepare students for the A-Level examinations in one year.
5 Term A-Level
Their 5 Term A-Level course begins each January and is aimed at students seeking a fresh start to their A-Levels and to students where their home country curriculum finishes in November or December. With Oxford Sixth Form College such students do not need to wait until September to begin A-Levels or make a fresh start, they can do so in January. The first two terms of the 5 Term A-Level programme encompass additional hours for each subject each week such that by the end of June, the January start students have completed the same material as their fellow students who started one term ahead of them.
Two Year A-Level
Their Two–year A-Level program begins each September and offers wide subject choice and a maximum class size of eight students. From the moment you attend your admissions interview you will be given expert guidance and advice on the combination of subjects most appropriate to your academic background and university and career intentions.
The Course is designed for students from the U.K. and overseas, aged from 15 to 16, who wish to benefit from a greater level of support in smaller classes and from the high levels of personal attention and care for which Oxford Sixth Form College is renowned. Students aged 16 to 17 who wish to retake their GCSEs may also join this program.
International students may study English for Academic Purposes (EAP) or IGCSE English (Second Language) instead of IGCSE English and IGCSE English Literature and this will be discussed during a student’s admissions interview.
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