Learn English in Oxford
The city of Oxford is known worldwide as home to the prestigious university which happens to be the oldest of the universities throughout the English speaking world.
In Oxford we offer English courses in the following schools:
Remember that when booking your English course through StudentSphere you will receive a discount of 5% off the official school price.
Schools available in Oxford
Main Courses: 25 lessons per week
Students per class (Max.): 8
Class duration: 45 min.
School info: The CIE Oxford language school is located in the city of Oxford and offers small class sizes and a prime learning environment for studying English. The city is medieval in architecture and design and boasts many historic landmarks. Located near the school are a number of restaurants, cinemas, parks, theatres and popular tourist attractions.
Oxford is often known as 'The City of Dreaming Spires' and has an assortment of the past and present, and the old and new. The city is well known for its stunning prestigious Oxford University which has quaint college buildings such as Oriel and Trinity. The University also hosts many sporting events throughout the year, including varsity events, rugby tournaments and many boating races.
The entire city is very aesthetically pleasing with beautiful buildings and picturesque expanses of open space. There is plenty to see and do in Oxford, with plenty of museums, as well as the stunning college buildings. If music interests you then you might like to pay a visit to the Bate Collection of Musical Instruments Museum. The establishment houses over 1,500 exhibits and celebrates the development and also the history of musical instruments.
If you would like to view the sights of the city of Oxford but would rather not walk around then why not hop on a sightseeing tour bus? The tour will show you all the key attractions and sights that Oxford has to offer and it lasts for an hour, allowing plenty of time to enjoy a cream tea in one of the quaint cafés which adorn the city streets.
History and a sense of the macabre can be found at Oxford Castle. For the very first time in over 1,000 years the well kept secrets of the castle have actually been unlocked and laid open to the public. Visitors can hear how heroic escapes and betrayal occurred within the castle's walls. For the brave the underground crypt is the place to see, it is 900 years old and has a spooky atmosphere. The 18th century Debtors' Tower and the prison D-wing are also open to the public.
Oxford is the perfect destination to study the English language thanks to its perfect combination of academic brilliance and its own history and charm. As well as this the locals are very welcoming and friendly, and many of the academic students at the university would be more than happy to help you practice the spoken language.