Oxford International Junior Programmes Brochure 2023

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The World is our Classroom 2023

Hello!

Welcome to the Oxford International Junior Programmes 2023 brochure.

Our team at Oxford International passionately believe that all students, from wherever in the world, should be given the opportunity to travel and learn English. In our opinion, it is one of the most life-enhancing experiences a student can have during their school years.

Our core values have been at the heart of everything we have done over the last 32 years. We are proud of what we do and what we have achieved but we never stand still and are always looking to create and innovate with exciting new lessons and programmes. We love working with our agency partners and parents from all over the world and do so with honesty and integrity. Most importantly, our team always have the student’s safety, wellbeing and best interests at heart. Our aim is to ensure that every student who joins us on one of our fantastic programmes, whether it’s winter, spring, summer or all year round, has the most enjoyable and

amazing experience they possibly can. So please sit back, relax and take a look at all the amazing study opportunities Oxford International can offer you and your students in 2023.

Thanks for reading!

Contents Where & What / 3 Study & Support / 5 Safety & Welfare / 7 Activities / 9 Winter / 11 Spring / 15 Summer / 23 Late Summer / 65 Navigator / 66 Year-round / 67 Online / 79 Take Your Studies Further / 81 About Oxford International / 82 Our Core Values / 83 Our Story / 84 Contact Us / Back Cover Student on Tower Bridge
Follow us on Instagram to see what’s happening right now: @oijuniorprogrammes @oiegjuniors_na Edited as of September 2022. We use UK and US English throughout this brochure because we operate in the UK and North America.
It was the best experience of my life. I liked the lessons a lot because they were very interesting. I also loved the fact that there were lots of students from different countries and different cultures. I loved being here, I’ll never forget this experience!”
Welcome / 2 1 / Welcome

Vancouver Oxford International Vancouver Language School / 13 / 78 University of British Columbia University Campus / 51

Los Angeles San Diego

Los Angeles California State University Northridge University Campus / 61 Studio Stars Hollywood California State University Northridge / 63 San Diego Oxford International San Diego Language School / 78 San Diego State University University Campus / 55

Canada Oxford Oxford Brookes Harcourt Hill University Campus / 41 Oxford International Oxford Language School / 29 / 77

New York

New York Oxford International New York City Language School / 77 Kean University University Campus / 57 English & Soccer with Mike Grella’s Elite Training Concepts Kean University / 59

& What

USA Reading Bradfield College Boarding School / 31 English & Football with Tottenham Hotspur Bradfield College / 33

Our extensive range of campuses in the UK, Canada and the USA give you a huge choice of locations – from large university buildings to historic boarding schools.

Halifax Vancouver EDINBURGH LONDON

15 hours

Scotland Edinburgh Heriot-Watt University University Campus / 39 Winchester Sparsholt College University Campus / 37

language

course ¼

Full board accommodation,

Residential

either

Oxford Egham Winchester

Horsham

Reading Brighton

Toronto Oxford International Toronto Language School / 78 Toronto Metropolitan University University Campus / 53 Egham Royal Holloway University Campus / 47 English & Football with Tottenham Hotspur Royal Holloway / 49 Brighton Oxford International Brighton Language School / 27 / 71

UK London Goldsmiths University Campus / 43 University of Greenwich University Campus / 45 Oxford International Greenwich Language School / 25 / 73 Generator London Language School / 11 Horsham Christ’s Hospital School Boarding School / 35 Spring Standard Programme Christ’s Hospital School / 15
Where
¼ Activity programme ¼ Excursions to
of cultural interest ¼ Welfare and staff support ¼ Airport transfers ¼ Fun! England Map Legend = Winter = Spring = Summer = Year-round
Keypoints
Unless otherwise stated or agreed our courses are fully inclusive of:
¼
per week of our English
or in Homestay
places
Halifax Oxford International Halifax Language School / 78 Toronto 3 / Where & What Where & What / 4
25 Locations across the UK, Canada & USA

Lesson times (15 contact hours per week)

Study Hours

Zigzag Programmes (summer only)

Our UK Residential and Homestay programmes will run zigzag classes. This means that students will have some morning, some afternoon or even full-day lessons, mixed with weekday half and full day excursions. There may be some weekend lessons in some campuses too.

North American Residential and Homestay programmes may run on a zigzag according to arrival dates and student numbers. This will be advised upon booking.

Study & Support

We employ learning strategies that will help you make progress and reach your potential in using and understanding English.

Accreditations

Our Residential summer centres in the UK are accredited by the British Council. Our Homestay and Year-round groups programmes are also accredited by the British Council through our Year-round schools.

Our Brighton, Oxford, and Greenwich schools are all accredited by the Independent Schools Inspectorate.

Our Canadian Year-Round group programmes are accredited by Languages Canada.

Our USA Summer Camps, NYC Year-round school, and San Diego Year-round school are accredited all by The Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA).

Our Winter camp in January in London runs a programme of alternating full day of lessons then full day London excursion. Programme may be zig zagged depending on student numbers.

Keypoints

¼ Minimum enrolment age: Please check this information next to each centre’s overview.

¼ Maximum class size: Centres organise classes with a maximum of 18^ students in the UK, and an average of 16 students in North America.

¼ In-house designed teaching materials including level specific workbooks.

¼ Age-specific courses.

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

The Oxford International teen syllabus is available in six levels:

¼ Elementary - A1

¼ Pre-intermediate - A2

¼ Intermediate - B1

¼ Upper-intermediate - B2

¼ Advanced - C1

¼ Proficiency - C2

Summer UK & North America

What can I expect?

All students sit a written and oral placement test on their first day to ensure they are placed correctly in the most challenging class appropriate for their level. Every student receives an Oxford International course book with all learning materials for their language course. The materials encourage students to keep a clear record of their learning and achievements which they will feel proud to present to their parents and teachers when they return home.

Objectives

Our approach

The OI Junior Programmes create life enhancing experiences that help students worldwide develop their language as well as reasoning abilities. Teenagers today are fast thinkers who like to multi-task; they are curious and love expressing their opinions. Our syllabus aims to provide students with stimulating topics that will open their minds and provide them with meaningful speaking opportunities. We hope this will make students feel more confident in their ability to study and use English at the end of their programme.

Our materials

The English for the 21st Century syllabus is driven by engaging topics which promote speaking and interaction. The syllabus integrates all language skills and provides students with exposure and practice of grammar points as well as lexical areas in real-world contexts. Each lesson will also provide students with an opportunity to reflect on their learning process and develop critical thinking skills whilst using English.

Summer London Greenwich, Oxford and Brighton Homestay programmes

In addition to the core lessons, the syllabus will incorporate the following:

¼ Language in Use Lessons – focus on functional language and the use of English in everyday contexts

¼ Projects – develops students’ creativity and collaboration skills

¼ Review – a chance to recycle and reuse new language

All teaching and learning materials for our courses are designed inhouse by our Oxford International academic team. We have over ten years’ experience of designing our own materials which are uniquely tailored to meet the needs of our students and programmes. We cater for a variety of age groups, so in addition to our standard teenage syllabus, we also provide teaching materials specifically tailored for young learners.

The content and design of our syllabus is informed by student and teacher focus groups. We regularly revise our syllabus to ensure the next edition of course books are fresh and relevant to the students’ needs. We want to provide our students with a unique learning experience in a truly international context.

Our teachers

Our teachers deliver relevant and engaging lessons which challenge students in a supportive way. Our aim is to raise the students’ confidence so they will feel more motivated and inspired to engage with their language studies back home.

Employability for the 21st Century

Available in all centres, this programme is designed to prepare students for the world of work. Our world of work themed lessons include advice and support on CV writing, presentation skills and job interview techniques. Lessons will follow the same timing as our standard programme meaning groups can have students taking part in both programmes.

Available for students aged 14 and over with a minimum English level of B1. Minimum of 14 students on the same teaching timetable is required to run the programme.

Students in classroom at Sparsholt College, Winchester
Residential
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Welfare staff roles and responsibilities include:

¼ First aid

¼ Allergies

¼ Dietary requirements

Safety Welfare &

¼ Student support

¼ Catering

¼ Accommodation

welfare and care of students.

Each centre has at least one member of staff responsible for welfare, often more, depending on the size of the school.

The major responsibility of our welfare staff is the safety, security and enjoyment of everyone participating in our programmes.

Safer recruitment / Student safeguarding

¼ Every member of our staff has a criminal record check before being employed by us.

¼ Every staff member is given safeguarding training to guarantee they have an in-depth knowledge of our child protection policies.

¼ Individuals Co-ordinators in centres for individual students.

¼ Designated welfare officer at every centre.

¼ Confidential advice

¼ Academic attendance inductions

The welfare team are all first-aid trained, alongside other members of our staff, and should be the first point of contact for any accidents or injuries which may occur during your group’s stay.

Our admissions team need to know of any allergies, dietary requirements or medical conditions, so you should include this information on the booking form. They make sure the welfare team on campus are aware of all these requirements and conditions so those students needing special attention are recognised. Our welfare team on-site will also be able to help should anyone need to visit the local medical facilities.

Our welfare teams are familiar with the local area and can show students and leaders where the nearest shops, banks, doctor’s surgeries and hospitals are located. They make sure any student who does not attend class is accounted for and, if they are sick, is cared for and safe. The induction of students and group leaders should include everything students need to know during their stay. Our welfare team lead this induction, making sure everyone knows who to speak to if they have a problem and where they can go should they need any help. Our teams are there to help in whatever way they can to make sure everyone is happy whilst staying with us. If any student or group leader becomes homesick or sad and needs someone to talk to, our welfare team are always prepared to listen. If a student has a problem with another student or anyone else, they can speak to our welfare team in absolute confidence, knowing they will find someone who will listen without judgement.

In the centres where individual

¼ Medical conditions

¼ Local area information

students have booked, there will be a member of the welfare team called an Individuals Co-ordinator. They are responsible for looking after all the individual students, and meet with them daily to keep them informed of what’s happening. They also make sure the students attend all lessons punctually, and they lead all the individuals as a group on trips and visits.

COVID-19

The welfare team at each centre will be the point of contact for any questions relating to COVID-19. They will know:

¼ the latest government advice

¼ how to spot symptoms of COVID-19

¼ how to deal with any suspected cases

¼ how to administer lateral flow tests (if required)

¼ how you can book a test (if required)

¼ how to find out your requirements for re-entry to your home country

¼ where to buy masks, hand gel etc.

Supervision

Students are supervised both on campus and off campus when participating in lessons, activities and excursions, as well as during meal times and breaks. During other times, staff are available to help when required.

There are clear policies for Activity Leaders and Group Leaders around supervision when off campus during scheduled trips and excursions to ensure the

There is a 24-hour emergency number for all students, Group Leaders, parents and agent partners should they need to contact us. We also work closely with the security teams on campuses to ensure students are getting much needed rest through the night. More detailed information about our policies and procedures with regards to our safeguarding can be requested from our admissions team or via our website.

Teacher Training

We offer a free 6-hour teaching training course at three of our summer locations. This course will be delivered by a qualified teacher trainer at Bradfield College, Christ’s Hospital, and Sparsholt College. Its aim is to provide teachers with further professional development, help them teach language more creatively and expose them to the latest ESL techniques and methods. You also get a certificate from Oxford International if you complete the course!

Group Leader Programmes

We know how hard group leaders work and how much they care for their students. So, we want them to have some time to themselves to recharge their batteries. That’s why we provide some special activities, just for the adults. It’s a fantastic opportunity to unwind, relax and even get to know our staff and other group leaders better.

Example activities include:

¼ Afternoon tea parties / Coffee & Doughnuts

¼ Cheese & Wine / Beer & Pizza evenings

¼ Group Leader movie nights

¼ Academic presentations

¼ Campus specific tours

¼ Local visits

¼ Shopping trips

Student welfare is our number one priority, and we have systems in place to make sure all students are supported, safe and protected during their stay with us.
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Activities

Our students enjoy a range of fun, interesting activities and trips during their stay with us, mixing with students from around the world.

At Oxford International, we carefully select Activity Leaders with specialist skills and experience to help run our programmes. We also make sure when planning the activity programmes that our students get the full benefit of their skills.

On-site Activities

Our on-site activities are specially designed for the centres we use, making the best use of the facilities on offer and the location. From spooky night walks at Royal Holloway to beach BBQ’s in Vancouver, each campus will have a specifically designed ‘menu’ of activities.

These will be sample activities that could run at the centre – the Activity Manager will plan and advertise the programme to suit the students.

All of our activities are carefully planned, with guides for the activity leaders to incorporate the use of English.

We know each student has differing tastes, so we have created six on-site activity categories.

On-site activities include:

¼ Sports and high-energy activities for the energetic students, such as football and swimming

¼ Whole-campus activities such as discos and karaoke

¼ Challenges for those who enjoy the competitive nature of activities, but not necessarily high-energy pursuits, including photo challenges or team challenges

Excursions

One of the most exciting elements of our programmes are the excursions – these can be local visits, half-day excursions to a nearby town or city, full-day excursions a little further afield, or extended full-day trips to make the most of the time in the city.

We design the excursions so they reflect the local area and distance to major cities. The programme usually begins with a local half-day visit. For example, students who are attending our programme at Christ’s Hospital School will have a tour of the local town of Horsham whereas in San Diego, you’ll head straight downtown, during the first two days. This trip includes transport by coach or public transport.

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During an excursion, the students will have a walking tour – this is a

¼ Specific workshops for the students such as Drama or Art classes

¼ Relaxing activities after full days of excursions, such as film night or chess club

¼ Academic themed activities

tour around the town or city guided by our Activity Leaders, who give fun information about where they are.

Attraction admissions are also included in most excursions – these are often the highlights of the students’ stay.

Off-site Activities

We also offer off-site activities that students can pay a small supplement for, such as bowling, cinema and paintballing trips. The off-site activities will be open to all students and those not electing to do these will have a full programme on-site.

All campuses have an optional day – this is where the groups and students can tailor their programme. Students often visit a further attraction in the local city centre –or even go to theme parks such as Thorpe Park, located in the UK.

Students playing football
NB All activities and excursions will be planned according to the latest government COVID-19 advice at the time. This may result in changes, at short notice, to the planned programmes at your centre. 9 / Activities Activities / 10
I like living here, there is a lot of activities and you can make friends easily. I like improving my English and meeting new people.”

Winter Camp - Generator London

8-17 years

Groups & Individuals

Come and join us for our residential London winter camp right in the heart of the city in January 2023.

Situated in the cool and trendy Generator hostel, very close to the British Museum, this is the perfect location to explore London at this magical time of the year.

Stay with us for one to four weeks from the beginning of January. Study English at our bright and modern year-round language school in beautiful Greenwich, a royal borough right on the banks of the River Thames.

Highlights

¼ Tickets to Harry Potter Studio Tour for everyone

¼ Two extended full days to London per week including entrance to an attraction

¼ One full day visit to another city with entrance each week

Dates

Start: 1st January End: 29th January

Arrivals every Sunday

School Oxford International Greenwich 259 Greenwich High Road, London SE10 8NB

Accommodation Generator London, 37 Tavistock Place, London, WC1H 9SE

Sample Programme* Morning Afternoon Evening

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Relax at accommodation

Day 2 Placement Test and Lesson 1 Greenwich Tour and Maritime Museum Visit Evening in London ending by 8:30pm

Day 3 Full day in London Thames River Cruise and free time on Southbank

Day 4 Lesson 2 Lesson 3

Dinner and relax at accommodation

Dinner and relax at accommodation

Day 5 Full day in London South Kensington, Natural History Museum and Hyde Park Evening in London ending by 8:30pm

Day 6 Lesson 4 Lesson 5

Day 7 Full day to Oxford by coach Entrance to a University College

Day 8 Full day in London Entrance to Madame Tussauds with Oxford Street and Piccadily Circus

Day 9 Lesson 6 Lesson 7

Day 10 Excursion to Warner Bros Studio by coach Entrance to Warner Bros Studio Tour

Day 11 Lesson 8 Lesson 9

Day 12 Full day in London Thameside tour with TATE Modern, St Paul’s and the South Bank

Day 13 Lesson 10 Afternoon visit to Camden Town

Day 14 Optional day in London Optional day in London

Dinner and relax at accommodation

Dinner and relax at accommodation

Evening in London ending by 8:30pm

Dinner and relax at accommodation

Dinner and relax at accommodation

Dinner and relax at accommodation

Evening in London ending by 8:30pm

Evening in London ending by 8:30pm

Dinner and relax at accommodation

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

Stratford-upon-Avon

Transport Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 1hr 20min

¼ Gatwick: 1hr 20min

Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to your accommodation.

Lessons

¼ 15 hours General English lessons per week (levels A1C2 with max 18 students per class) in full day classes

¼ Other courses such as Business English, IELTS preparation, exam courses, Intensive English available* * supplements and minimum number of students apply

Activities

Two extended trips into central London each week with one entrance included. One full day excursion per week with entrance included.

Ages

Students welcome from age 8–17**

Accommodation

Multi-bedded standard accommodation for students with shared bathrooms. Single rooms for leaders with adult only bathrooms.

Breakfast, packed lunch and dinner at hostel on lesson

Entrance to Harry Potter Studio for everyone

Two extended full days to London per week with travelcard and vouchers for lunch and one entrance per

Full day excursions with entrance to different places like Oxford, Windsor or Stratford upon Avon (2 weeks+

One free day per week to choose an extra trip

Generator London

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/oxford-internationallondon-generator/

Generator
Common Area Bedroom
oiegjuniorprogrammes **Oxford International Junior Programmes understands that occasionally slightly younger/older siblings or friends may wish to come in a group. Oxford International Junior Programmes reserves the right to accept students who are slightly younger or older than the advertised minimum/maximum age. These exceptional requests must be approved by our admissions team in advance. Appropriate welfare and safeguarding provisions will apply.
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*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.
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Winter Camp - Oxford International Vancouver

Come and join us for our Winter Camp in Vancouver in January and February 2023.

Vancouver is ideal for students looking to combine city life with the great outdoors. The spectacular natural landscape comprises of snow-flecked mountains, lush forests and sandy beaches.

Stay with us for one to eight weeks from the beginning of January to the end of February. Our spacious school in downtown Vancouver is a short walk from the waterfront and the historic Gastown. Experience a true Canadian winter at one of the most scenic places in the country!

Students at Whistler Olympic Plaza

Highlights

¼ Professional walking tours

¼ Entrance to Whistler, one of the most iconic ski resorts in North America

¼ Participate in winter activities, such as ice skating

Dates

Start: 01 January End: 26 February

Students ice skating

Academics

Average class size: 13-14

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Accommodation

¼ Host family accommodation with twin rooms as standard.

Meals

¼ Full Board by default

¼ Breakfast, packed lunches and dinner included

Excursions

¼ Five half day activities exploring the most popular attractions in the city

¼ One full day excursion per week on the weekend

¼ Admission to all activities and excursions is included

Students tubing at Cypress Mountain

Ages Groups from age 10+ Individuals from 13+

Location

Oxford International Vancouver 250-815 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6C 1B4

Transport

Airports:

¼ Vancouver International: 40min Nearest town: Vancouver

Classroom learning Classroom learning

Sample Programme*

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: juniorsna@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/oxford-internationalvancouver

visit our Instagram: oiegjuniors_na Oxford International Junior Programmes understands that occasionally slightly younger/older siblings or friends may wish to come in a group. Oxford International Junior Programmes reserves the right to accept students who are slightly younger or older than the advertised minimum/maximum age. These exceptional requests must be approved by our admissions team in advance. Appropriate welfare and safeguarding provisions will apply.
10+ years
Morning Afternoon Evening Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals Arrivals Day 2 Lesson 1 Walking Tour Free Time with Host Family Day 3 Lesson 2 FlyOver Canada Free Time with Host Family Day 4 Lesson 3 Ice Skating at Robson Square Free Time with Host Family Day 5 Lesson 4 Lynn Canyon Hike Free Time with Host Family Day 6 Lesson 5 Metrotown Shopping Trip Free Time with Host Family Day 7 Full day at Whistler Full day at Whistler Free Time with Host Family Day 8 Free Day or Optional Excursion Free Day or Optional Excursion Free Day or Optional Excursion Day 9 Lesson 6 Granville Island Free Time with Host Family Day 10 Lesson 7 Capilano Suspension Bridge Free Time with Host Family Day 11 Lesson 8 Tour of University of British Columbia Free Time with Host Family Day 12 Lesson 9 Stanley Park Free Time with Host Family Day 13 Lesson 10 Graduation Free Time with Host Family Day 14 Full day at Grouse Mountain Full day at Grouse Mountain Free Time with Host Family Day 15 Departures Departures Departures *Activities are sample only, can change depending on unforeseen circumstances or the length of the programme.
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Canada Robson Square Stanley Park Metrotown Shopping Centre University of British Columbia Vancouver Airport
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Groups &

Spring Standard Programme - Christ´s Hospital School

8-17 years

Groups

This unique and popular programme which is available for one or two weeks over the Easter period is designed to support students in their learning. It mixes classic English language lessons from our in-house syllabus with competitions drawing on presentation, creativity and leadership skills, and a range of on-site activities highlighting the internationality of campus life!

Highlights

¼ 3 extended full days to London

¼ Four competitions during the programme

¼ 15 hours of English language lessons per week

Dates

Start: 30 March

End: 13 April 30 March for one or two-week programme 06 April for one week programme only

Location

Christ’s Hospital School, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 0YP www.christs-hospital.org.uk

Transport Airports:

Students on campus

¼ Heathrow: 1hr

¼ Gatwick: 30min

Groups are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus.

Nearest town: Horsham

Bus: 1hr 20min to central London

Rail: 1hr to central London

Travelcards: included on London excursions by train

Accommodation

Students on campus Talent show

¼ Traditional boarding house style accommodation

¼ 1-4 bedded standard rooms are available, with single rooms for group leaders

¼ Shared bathroom facilities on every corridor

¼ Study bedrooms with desk space for private study

¼ Spacious social areas available in every boarding house

Academics

Maximum class size: 18

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels). Young learners’ syllabus available for students aged 11 or younger*

*minimum 12 students required

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals

Breakfast: 07:30 - 09:00 - Continental with tea, coffee and fruit juice. Full English will also be available in the week.

Lunch: 12:15 - 13:30 - A hot lunch with a vegetarian option, salad bar and dessert.

Dinner: 18:00 - 19:00 - A hot dinner with a vegetarian option, salad bar and dessert.

Facilities

Sports: Outdoor tennis courts, expansive sports fields, indoor sports hall and swimming pool.

Other: Historical campus with an impressive dining room and a grand hall both of which were inspiration for the iconic Harry

Students will be given computer room access during evening activities - please ask the Activity Manager for exact times and dates. Group leaders will be given access to the Wi-Fi on request.

A laundry room is located within each boarding house (may be located on the other side of the accommodation). At least one washer and dryer in each room. The laundry is free but washing powder is not supplied. Bed linen will be washed once a week by the school laundry. A bag of clean laundry is placed in every building in the morning. All students should

Sample Programme*

¼ 24-hour security and CCTV monitoring

to London by train Evening in London

Day 4 Lesson 2 Competition 1 - How We See Our Country… International Night

Day 5 Full day to Brighton Full day to Brighton Competition 2 - How We See Our Campus… Part 1 and On-site Activities

Day 6 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Talent Show Part 1

Day 7 Lesson 5 - Project Lesson Competition 2 - How We See Our Campus Presentations On-site Activities

Day 8 One week - Arrivals/Departures

Two weeks - Extended full day to London

week - Arrivals/Departures

weeks - Extended full day to London

week - Arrivals/Departures Two weeks - Extended full day to London

Day 9 Lesson 6 Competition 3 - How We Think…. Mystery Challenge Union Jack Disco

Day 10 Extended Full day excursion to London by train Extended Full day excursion to London by train Extended Full day excursion to London by train

Day 11 Lesson 7 Competition 4 - How We See Art… Part 1 Talent Show Part 2

Day 12 Full day to Oxford Full day to Oxford Competition 4 - How We See Art -Gallery Evening and Onsite Activities

Day 13 Lesson 8 Lesson 9 Talent Show Final, Announcement of Trophies and Play-Off

Day 14 Lesson 10 - Project Lesson On-site Activities Announcement of Winners and Farewell Disco

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

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Christ’s Hospital School

Security team on site 24/7. No safes in the bedrooms, however the Centre Manager will have a safe in their office which can be used by Group Leaders. Some lockable rooms available for group leaders. Each boarding house has fob access. Damage deposits of £25 or €30 will be collected.

Horsham Hospital Minor Injuries Unit, Hurst Road, The Courtyard Surgery, The Courtyard, London Rd, RH12 1AT & The Park Surgery, Albion Way, Boots Pharmacy, 21 Swan Walk, Horsham,

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: https://www.oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/springchrists-hospital-school/

Oxford International Junior Programmes understands that occasionally slightly younger/older siblings or friends may wish to come in a group. Oxford International Junior Programmes reserves the right to accept students who are slightly younger or older than the advertised minimum/maximum age. These exceptional requests must be approved by our admissions team in advance. Appropriate welfare and safeguarding provisions will apply.
Oxford Cambridge London Heathrow Gatwick Stansted
Christ’s Hospital School
Morning Afternoon Evening Day 1 Arrivals and registrations Arrivals and registrations Campus tour and ice-breaker activities Day 2 Testing and Lesson 1 On-site Activities Opening Ceremony - ‘How We See...’ and Welcome Disco Day 3 Extended Full day excursion to London by train Extended Full day excursion
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Students and staff on campus

Spring - British English Olympics (BEO)

12-16 years

Groups

The British English Olympics is a high profile, prestigious academic and cultural event, which takes place over two weeks during Easter at some of the most famous British boarding schools in the United Kingdom.

Highlights

¼ Six academic competitions

¼ Three extended full days to London including a ride on the London Eye and a West End musical

¼ Cultural excursions to Cambridge or Oxford

Dates

Start: 29/30 March

End: 12/13 April

Location

The BRITISH ENGLISH OLYMPICS 2023 will be held at one of our prestigious Universities or boarding schools in the UK. All centres are slightly different but they all include grand venue spaces, picturesque dining halls and numerous sports facilities. Groups will find out which centre they have been allocated towards February 2023.

Students in London

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Programme

¼ 14 nights full board accommodation in a traditional boarding school or prestigious University location in the UK

¼ Return transfers from London airports

¼ Three extended London excursions including a West End Musical

¼ Two full day cultural excursions to a popular UK town or city, including Cambridge or Oxford

¼ Six competitions with supporting guidelines available

¼ Awards Ceremony held in prestigious central London location

¼ Rich on-site activity programme to encourage use of English and nationality mix including Talent Show, Football tournament and International Night

¼ Enhanced group leader programme tailored to each centre

How does the competition work?

Groups who wish to join the BRITISH ENGLISH OLYMPICS can register their interest and receive a set of guidelines. The guidelines detail each competition, along with tips for preparing students before arrival.

¼ Each group enters the competitions as a collective team. Every competition can be won individually. To determine the overall winner, top groups from each campus, compete in the semi-finals, then the top teams from each semi-final groups will compete in the grand final.

There are also other prizes available, including campuses champion, BEO talent show winner and the popular fair play award, voted for by the group leaders and awarded to the school felt to best represent the values of the

Students in debate Students on campus

Sample Programme* Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals and registrations Arrivals and registrations

Day 2 Full day excursion to Oxford or Cambridge Full day excursion to Oxford or Cambridge

Day 3 Extended Full day excursion to London Extended Full day excursion to London with London Eye

Day 4 Opening Ceremony and Whole Campus Photo Skills Workshop

Day 5 Interschool Mystery Challenge Onsite

For more information:

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Oxford International Junior Programmes understands that occasionally slightly younger/older siblings or friends may wish to come in a group. Oxford International Junior Programmes reserves the right to accept students who are slightly younger or older than the advertised minimum/maximum age. These exceptional requests must be approved by our admissions team in advance. Appropriate welfare and safeguarding provisions will apply.
Activities Day 6 On-site Activities Competition 1 Day 7 Extended Full day excursion to London Extended Full day excursion to London Day 8 Academic Session/Onsite Activities Competition 3 Day 9 Competition 4 Academic Session/On-site Activities Day 10 Competition 5 Competition 6 Day 11 Semi Finals and On-site Activities Semi Finals and On-site Activities Day 12 Full day excursion to Windsor/Brighton Full day excursion to Windsor/Brighton International Night Day 13 Grand Final Grand Final Centre Closing Ceremony and Goodbye Disco Day 14 Award Ceremony in Central London Location Extended Full day excursion to London Extended Full day excursion to London
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A mixture of single and multi-bedded rooms are available depending on the centre
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World English Experience (WEE)

8-17 years

This unique and popular programme which is available for one or two weeks during the Easter holidays is designed to support students in their learning. It mixes classic English language lessons from our in-house syllabus with competitions drawing on presentation, creativity and leadership skills, and a range of on-site activities highlighting the internationality of campus life!

Highlights

¼ 3 extended full days to London

¼ Four competitions during the programme

¼ 15 hours of English language lessons per week

Dates

Start: 29/30 March

End: 12/13 April

Location

The WEE 2023 will be held at one of our prestigious Universities or boarding schools in the UK. All centres are slightly different but they all include grand venue spaces, picturesque dining halls and numerous sports facilities. Groups will find out which centre they have been allocated towards February 2023.

Accommodation

¼ A mixture of single and multibedded rooms are available depending on the centre (split by gender)

¼ Single rooms for group leaders

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2 Week Programme

¼ 30 hours of English language lessons

¼ 14 nights full board shared accommodation in a traditional boarding school or University location in the UK

¼ Return transfers from London airports

¼ Three extended London excursions

¼ Two full day cultural excursions to a popular UK town or city, including Cambridge or Oxford

¼ Four competitions with supporting guidelines available from October 2022

¼ Rich on-site activity programme to encourage use of English and nationality mix

¼ Enhanced group leader programme including 6-hour teacher training course

¼ Special on-site programme for young learners

How do the competitions work?

Groups who wish to join the World English Experience can register their interest and receive a set of guidelines. The guidelines detail each competition, along with tips for preparing students before arrival.

¼ Each group enters the competitions as a collective team. Every competition can be won individually – scores are kept throughout the programme and the top two teams will compete in a final play off to determine the overall

There are other prizes available, including audience awards, individual achievements and the popular fair play award, voted for by the group leaders and awarded to the school felt to best represent the values of the Spring

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Morning Afternoon Evening Day 1 Arrivals and registrations Arrivals and registrations Campus tour and ice-breaker activities Day 2 Full day excursion to Oxford or Cambridge Full day excursion to Oxford or Cambridge On-site Activities Day 3 Extended Full day excursion to London Extended Full day excursion to London with London Eye Extended Full day excursion to London with West End Musical Day 4 Opening Ceremony and Whole Campus Photo Skills Workshop Welcome Disco Day 5 Interschool Mystery Challenge Onsite Activities Onsite Activities Day 6 On-site Activities Competition 1 Competition 2 Day 7 Extended Full day excursion to London Extended Full day excursion to London Extended Full day excursion to London Day 8 Academic Session/Onsite Activities Competition 3 Competition 3 Day 9 Competition 4 Academic Session/On-site Activities On-site Activities Day 10 Competition 5 Competition 6 Disco Day 11 Semi Finals and On-site Activities Semi Finals and On-site Activities Talent Show Day 12 Full day excursion to Windsor/Brighton Full day excursion to Windsor/Brighton International Night Day 13 Grand Final Grand Final Centre Closing Ceremony and Goodbye Disco Day 14 Award Ceremony in Central London Location Extended Full day excursion to London Extended Full day excursion to London Day 15 Departures Departures Departures
Sample Programme*

Spring- The Masters

16-19

Groups

The Masters is a challenging two week residential business course for ambitious students aged 16 – 19 at Easter. Ideal for students interested in becoming global business leaders, the course is modelled on Ivy League/Oxbridge MBA programmes and formats such as ‘Dragons’ Den’ and ‘The Apprentice’ –where real life entrepreneurs present their ideas to a board of expert investors and business people.

Highlights

¼ Input sessions delivered by business teachers and project development session to prepare pitch presentation

¼ Two extended full days to London and one full day to Oxford or Cambridge

¼ Business vist to UK based company

Dates

Start: 31 March

End: 12 April

Location

The MASTERS 2023 will be held at one of our prestigious Universities or boarding schools in the UK. All centres are slightly different but they all include grand venue spaces, picturesque dining halls, spacious classrooms and numerous sports facilities. Groups will find out which centre they have been allocated towards February 2023.

Accommodation

¼ A mixture of single and multi-bedded rooms are available depending on the centre

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Programme

¼ 12 nights full board shared accommodation in a traditional boarding school or prestigious university location in the UK

¼ Input sessions delivered by business teachers and project development session to prepare a presentation pitch

¼ Return transfers from London airports

¼ Two extended London excursions

¼ One full day excursion to Oxford or Cambridge

¼ Business Visit to UK based company

¼ Grand Final held in a prestigious central London location

¼ Masters competition with supporting guidelines available from October 2022

¼ Rich on-site activity programme to encourage use of English and nationality mix

¼ Enhanced group leader programme including 6-hour teacher training course

How does the competition work?

Groups who wish to join the MASTERS can register their interest and receive a set of guidelines. The guidelines detail tips for preparing students before arrival and the full brief is

Each group enters the competitions as a collective team. To determine the overall winner, teams have to compete in qualifying and semifinal rounds, top teams then compete in a grand final judged by a panel of business

There are other prizes available, MASTERS Best Presentation, Talent Show Winners and the popular Fair Play award, voted for by the group leaders and awarded to the school felt to best represent the values of the

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/masters

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Programme* Morning Afternoon
1 Arrivals and registrations Arrivals and registrations
2 Full day to Cambridge Entrance to a University College
3 Campus Opening Ceremony Project
Day 4 Project Development
Session Day 5 Project Development
Day 6 Business Visit Afternoon in London Day 7 Input Session Input Session Day 8 Extended Full day excursion to London Extended Full day excursion to London Day 9 Input Session Project Development Day 10 Project Development - Final Presentation Practice Qualifying Round Day 11 Semi Finals 09:00 - 12:00 Semi Finals 13:00 - 16:00 Day 12 Extended Full day excursion to London Extended Full day excursion to London Grand Final Day 13 Departures Departures Departures *Excursions are a sample only and can change depending on campus location
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Summer

During the summer months, we offer a range of centres across the UK, Canada and the USA hosting young people of many nationalities for a fun summer of English learning, events and activities.

Our summer English language programmes for junior students combine academic schedules with engaging activities which make the most of each location, give students a diverse cultural experience, and help ensure they succeed in their studiesall in a safe and secure environment.

All our centres offer unique experiences and fantastic opportunities to meet new people and make new friends from all over the world. Each campus type has something different and special to offer - from the traditional boarding school experience to a stay at a modern city centre university campus, to full immersion with an English speaking family, we have a study experience which will suit all students.

Homestay / pg. 25

Living with a local family in their home has long been the most popular accommodation choice for students wanting an immersive English language experience. The opportunity to stay in someone’s home and live as part of their family can be a truly rewarding experience for both the student and the host. Usually located within easy reach of the centre by public

transport, homestay accommodation gives students the opportunity to be more responsible and, most importantly, independent. Using public transport on a daily basis and interactions with the host family help students develop their vocabulary in many different ways. If you’re looking for a real taste of local life then look no further than a homestay.

Boarding Schools / pg. 31

Our two boarding school campuses in the south of England combine the wonderful historic reputations of long established schools with fantastic, modern facilities. From sleeping in traditional boarding house accommodation to having lessons in state-of-the-art classrooms, our boarding school campuses offer the most English of study camp experiences.

All this combined with amazing, countryside locations, top quality food and all the sports facilities you could want, make for the perfect stay for students of all ages.

Universities / pg. 39

Our university campus programmes offer students the chance to live and study at famous universities in the UK and North America. From small, city centre locations to vast campuses covering hundreds of acres, our university campus programmes offer an all inclusive programme for a wide age range of students. Students get to live in the university accommodation, study in the university classrooms and eat in the university canteen, whilst also enjoying on-site sports and social facilities. What better way to inspire them into higher education on their return to their home country or even onwards to a study abroad programme?

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Oxford International Greenwich - London

Academics

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Full day excursions to Brighton and Cambridge included with entrance to a University college and the Royal Pavilion

¼ Full London experience

Dates

Weekly arrivals from Sunday 26th June to Sunday 6th August. Centre closes on 14th August.

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

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Location

Oxford International Greenwich, 259 Greenwich High Road, London, SE10 8NB

Transport Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 1hr 20min

¼ Gatwick: 1hr 20min

¼ Stansted: 1hr

Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader. Groups will travel to the designated meeting point and individuals will travel straight to their homestay.

School Interior

Nearest town:

Rail: Trains go to London Bridge from Greenwich station every 10 mins. Journey time 8 mins.

Travelcards:

Accommodation

¼ Students will stay with host families selected according to British Council Guidelines. All students will stay in twin or triple rooms.

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Sample Programme*

Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Lessons & Testing Politics & Royalty Walking Tour. See Westminster, Buckingham Palace & Trafalgar Square

Day 3 Lessons

Orientation Tour including entrance to the Royal Observatory

Day 4 Lessons Entrance to Tower of London

Day 5 Lessons

Thameside Walking Tour. See the Shard, Tower Bridge, the Globe, St Paul’s

Day 6 Lessons Explore Leicester Square, Covent Garden & Piccadilly Circus

Day 7 Full day excursion to Cambridge by coach with walking tour Entrance to a University college

Day 8 Activities arranged by Group Leader (No activity leaders included)(not in accommodation) Activities arranged by Group Leader (No activity leaders included)(not in accommodation)

Day 9 Visit South Kensington Museums: Natural History, Science & V&A Lessons

Day 10 Explore Camden Town Lessons

Day 11 Visit the British Museum Lessons

Day 12 River Cruise on the Thames Lessons

Day 13 Explore and shop on Oxford Street, Carnaby Street and Regent Street Lessons

Day 14 Full day excursion to Brighton by coach with walking tour

Entrance to Royal Pavilion

Day 15 Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Relax at accommodation

Relax at accommodation

Departures

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Meals

Breakfast and dinner will be with families. Families will also provide the students with a packed lunch every day. The first meal will be dinner on arrival and the last meal will be packed lunch on departure.

Laundry

If staying for longer than a week, laundry can be done on a weekly basis at host families and should be arranged with the host on arrival. All students should bring towels and toiletries.

Junior group students (under 14) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out in

Junior group students (14-15) must be at home by 8pm each evening. they are not allowed out again after this

Junior group students (16-17) must be home by 11pm. Individual junior students (under 16) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out in

Individual junior students (16) must be home by 9pm unless

Individual junior students (17) must be home by 11pm. Requests for alternative curfews can be made by the group pre-arrival by contacting the Admissions team. However, prior agreement from the homestay is required and parental

Lewisham Hospital Accident and Emergency, NHS Walk-in Centre, Suite 3, Waldron Health Centre, Amersham Vale, SE14 6LD Duncans Pharmacy, 193-195 Greenwich High Rd,

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Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: https://www.oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/oxfordinternational-london-greenwich-summer/

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Oxford International Brighton

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Central Hove location

¼ 5 minute walk from Brighton Seafront

¼ Brighton Homestay accommodation

Dates

Weekly arrivals from Sunday 25th June to Sunday 6th August.

Centre closes on 13th August.

Location

10 Brunswick Pl, Hove BN3 1NA

Transport

Brighton School Students in Class

Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 1hr 45min

¼ Gatwick: 40min

Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will escort the group to the agreed meeting point.

Nearest town: Brighton

Bus: Local bus service available throughout Brighton area

Rail: 1hr to central London

Bus Pass: unlimited travel on the Brighton city bus network

Accommodation

¼ Homestay: options. Homestays are approximately 40 minutes to school by bus. Stay with a family for an authentic living in the UK experience.

Classroom Students at the Brighton Pavillion

Sample Programme*

Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Lessons & Testing Brighton orientation & walking tour

Day 3 Lessons Visit to the Booth Museum & Dyke Road Park

Day 4 Lessons Indoor activities at The Villas

Day 5 Lessons Half day excursion to Seven Sisters

Day 6 Lessons Ride on BAi360 Observation Tower & Brighton Pier

Day 7 Full day by coach to London with Politics & Royalty walking tour

Day 8 Arranged activities by Group Leader / (No Activity Leaders included) / (Not in accommodation)

Explore Piccadilly, Leicester Square & Covent Garden

Arranged activities by Group Leader / (No Activity Leaders included) / (Not in accommodation)

Day 9 Visit to Royal Pavilion & Brighton Museum Lessons

Day 10 Half day excursion to Rottingdean Lessons

Day 11 Arts and Crafts at The Villas Lessons

Day 12 Brighton Laines and shopping Lessons

Day 13 Sports in Hove Park Lessons

Day 14 Full day by coach to Canterbury & Leeds Castle Entrance to Leeds Castle

Evening BBQ / Evening Activities - Disco

Relax at accommodation

Relax at accommodation

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Academics

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Activity Choice

Sports option***: For a supplement there is the option to take part in sports activities instead of cultural activities on the programme. These include windsurfing, paddle boarding and rock climbing.

***Subject to demand, availability and weather conditions

Meals

Breakfast and dinner will be with families. Families will also provide the students with a packed lunch every day. The first meal will be dinner on arrival and the last meal will be packed lunch on departure.

If staying for longer than a week, laundry can be done on a weekly basis at host families and should be arranged with the host on arrival. All students should bring towels and toiletries.

Junior group students (under 14) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out in

Junior group students (14-15) must be at home by 8pm each evening. they are not allowed out again after this

Junior group students (16-17) must be home by 11pm.

Individual junior students (under 16) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out in

Individual junior students (16) must be home by 9pm unless

Individual junior students (17) must be home by 11pm. Requests for alternative curfews can be made by the group pre-arrival by contacting the Admissions team. However, prior agreement from the homestay is required and parental

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Oxford International Oxford - Oxford

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ City centre school

¼ Surrounded by historical buildings and famous colleges

¼ Full-day excursions available, including to London, Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, Stonehenge and Bath

Dates

Weekly arrivals from Sunday 25th June to Sunday 6th August. Centre closes on 13th August.

Location

Oxford International Oxford, Pembroke House, Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP

Transport Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 1hr

¼ Gatwick: 2hrs

¼ Stansted: 2hrs

Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader. Groups will travel to the designated meeting point and individuals will travel straight to their homestay.

Nearest town: Oxford

Bus: Central bus stop is a 5-minute walk from the school. This serves all homestay areas.

Bus Pass: Weekly Oxford City bus pass is included with unlimited travel on the Oxford City bus network.

Sample Programme* Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Lessons & Testing Orientation Tour of Oxford

Day 3 Lessons Visit a University College (Christ Church or Magdalen College)

Relax at accommodation

Relax at accommodation

Relax at accommodation

Day 4 Full day by coach to London with Politics & Royalty Walking Tour River Cruise on the Thames Disco

Day 5 Lessons Lessons

Day 6 Lessons Bowling

Day 7 Full day by coach to Bath & Stonehenge with walking tour Entrance to Stonehenge

Day 8 Arranged activities by Group Leader / (No Activity Leaders included) / (Not in accommodation)

Arranged activities by Group Leader / (No Activity Leaders included) / (Not in accommodation)

Day 9 Entrance to Oxford Castle Lessons

Day 10 Visit Oxford Museums Lessons

Day 11 Lessons Lessons

Day 12 Full day by coach to Stratford-upon-Avon & Warwick Castle with walking tour

Entrance to Warwick Castle

Day 13 Shopping in Oxford Lessons

Day 14 Arranged activities by Group Leader / (No Activity Leaders included) / (Not in accommodation)

Arranged activities by Group Leader / (No Activity Leaders included) / (Not in accommodation)

Relax at accommodation

Activity Leader led Sports in the Park

Relax at accommodation

Relax at accommodation

Relax at accommodation

Relax at accommodation

Activity led Hogwarts Quidditch & Harry Potter sports

Relax at accommodation

Relax at accommodation

Relax at accommodation

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Academics

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Accommodation

¼ Homestay: Students will stay with host families selected according to British Council Guidelines. All students will stay in twin or triple rooms. Families are within a 45-minute journey from the school by public transport.

Meals

Breakfast and dinner will be with families and a packed lunch will be provided. The first meal will be dinner on arrival and the last meal will be packed lunch on departure.

Facilities

¼ Host families have Wi-Fi available that students can use.

Laundry

If staying for longer than a week, laundry can be done on a weekly basis at host families and should be arranged with the host on arrival. All students should bring towels and toiletries.

evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out in

Individual junior students (under 16) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out in

Individual junior students (16) must be home by 9pm unless

Requests for alternative curfews can be made by the group pre-arrival by contacting the Admissions team. However, prior agreement from the homestay is required and parental

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/oxford-international-oxford

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Bradfield College - Reading

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Traditional boarding school campus set in English countryside

¼ Optional tennis and golf lessons with the option to also take part in horse riding

¼ Two full day excursions into London and one to Oxford with entrance to an Oxford college

Dates

Turn 1: 03 July – 17 July

Turn 2: 17 July – 31 July

Turn 3: 31 July – 14 August

Bradfield College Activities

Location

Bradfield College, Bradfield, Berkshire, RG7 6AU www.bradfieldcollege.org.uk

Transport Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 40min

¼ Gatwick: 1hr 20min

¼ Stansted: 2hrs

Groups are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus.

Nearest town: Reading

Bus: 1hr 20min to central London

Rail: 25 min to central London from Reading station

Accommodation

¼ Unique boarding house accommodation with a range of room configurations; choose from multi-bedded en-suite rooms or single standard accommodation.

¼ Spacious common rooms with great facilities to relax and unwind in the evenings.

Classroom learning Bedroom

Sample Programme* Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

¼ All boarding houses are spread throughout the school surrounded by beautiful Berkshire countryside, all within walking distance of main campus meeting points.

Day 2 Half day excursion to Reading with walking tour and Reading Photo Challenge Placement Test and Lesson 1

Day 3 On-site Activities Lesson 2

Day 4 Lesson 3 Lesson 4

Day 5 Full day excursion to Oxford with walking tour of the city Entrance to an Oxford college

Day 6 On-site Activities Lesson 5

Day 7 Full day excursion to London with Thameside walking tour Visit to TATE Modern and shopping in Covent Garden

Day 8 Lesson 6 On-site Activities

Day 9 Lesson 7 On-site Activites

Day 10 Full day excursion to London with Politics and Royalty walking tour Entrance to the National Gallery and shopping in Covent Garden

Day 11 Lesson 8 On-site Activities

Day 12 Lesson 9 Lesson 10

Day 13 Half day excursion to Reading On-site Activities

Day 14 Optional Excursion Optional Excursion On-site Activities

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Academics

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Activity Choice

Spaces limited, sign up in advance required: Tennis and golf lessons available free of charge. Horse riding lessons available at an additional cost.

Meals

Breakfast: 07:30 - 08:30 - Cooked breakfast available each day alongside a continental option.

Lunch: 12:00 - 13:30 - Soup, salad bar, choice of 3 main courses (1 vegetarian), fruit/dessert.

Dinner: 18:00 - 19:00 - Soup, salad bar, choice of 3 main courses (1 vegetarian), fruit/dessert.

Extensive outdoor pitches, all weather astro-turf, indoor swimming pool, tennis courts, indoor tennis dome, golf course,

Indoor social spaces include Old Gym, Music Schools, Faulkner’s dining room and common rooms. There is also a stunning open-air Greek-style amphitheatre in the heart of the

Wi-Fi internet access is available across campus. Please refer to

Laundry services are available through the welfare office. Group leaders can use the washing machines in each boarding house for students’ clothes on a rota basis. All students should

Bradfield College is the only inhabitant of the village. All buildings are owned by the school making it a safe place to study. There is a 24-hour security presence and staff are on call 24-hours a day. All boarding houses have entry code doors and bedrooms have lockable cabinets. Damage deposits of £25 or

Royal Berkshire Hospital, London Road, Reading, RG1

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Lloyds Pharmacy, 27 High Street, Theale, RG7 5AH

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/bradfield-college

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English & Football with Tottenham Hotspur at Bradfield College

Highlights

¼ Traditional boarding school campus set in English countryside

¼ 12 hours of football coaching per week with FA and UEFA qualified football coaches from Tottenham Hotspur

¼ Tottenham Hotspur replica football kit sent on return home

Dates

Turn 1: 03 July – 17 July

Turn 2: 17 July – 31 July

Bradfield College Activities

Location

Bradfield College, Bradfield, Berkshire, RG7 6AU

www.bradfieldcollege.org.uk

Transport Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 40min

¼ Gatwick: 1hr 20min

¼ Stansted: 2hrs

Groups are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus.

Nearest town: Reading

Bus: 1hr 20min to central London

Rail: 25 min to central London from Reading station

Accommodation

¼ Unique boarding house accommodation with a range of room configurations; single standard accommodation reserved for the footballers.

¼ Spacious common rooms with great facilities to relax and unwind in the evenings.

Academics

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Activity Choice

Spaces limited, sign up in advance required: Tennis and golf lessons available free of charge. Horse riding lessons available at an additional cost.

Meals

Breakfast: 07:30 - 08:30 - Cooked breakfast available each day alongside a continental option.

Lunch: 12:00 - 13:30 - Soup, salad bar, choice of 3 main courses (1 vegetarian), fruit/dessert.

Dinner: 18:00 - 19:00 - Soup, salad bar, choice of 3 main

Extensive outdoor pitches, all weather astro-turf, indoor swimming pool, tennis courts, indoor tennis dome, golf course,

Indoor social spaces include Old Gym, Music Schools, Faulkner’s dining room and common rooms. There is also a stunning open-air Greek-style amphitheatre in the heart of the

Wi-Fi internet access is available across campus. Please refer to

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Bedroom

Sample Programme*

Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

¼ All boarding houses are spread throughout the school surrounded by beautiful Berkshire countryside, all within walking distance of main campus meeting points.

Day 2 Football Coaching Placement Test and Lesson 1

Day 3 Football Coaching Lesson 2

Day 4 Lesson 3 Lesson 4

Day 5 Half day excursion to Windsor with entrance to Windsor Castle Football Coaching

Day 6 Football Coaching Lesson 5

Day 7 Full day excursion to London with Politics and Royalty walking tour Entrance to Wembley Stadium**

Day 8 Lesson 6 Football Coaching

Day 9 Lesson 7 Football Coaching

Day 10 Full day excursion to London with Politics and Royalty walking tour Full day excursion to London with entrance to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium**

Day 11 Lesson 8 Football Coaching

Day 12 Lesson 9 Lesson 10

Day 13 Full day excursion to Brighton by coach Unlimited Rides Wristband to use at Brighton Pier Farewell Disco

Day 14 Full day excursion to Thorpe Park Full day excursion to Thorpe Park On-site Activities

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme. **Subject to availability

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Laundry services are available through the welfare office. Group leaders can use the washing machines in each boarding house for students’ clothes on a rota basis. All students should

Bradfield College is the only inhabitant of the village. All buildings are owned by the school making it a safe place to study. There is a 24-hour security presence and staff are on call 24-hours a day. All boarding houses have entry code doors and bedrooms have lockable cabinets. Damage deposits of £25 or

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Christ’s Hospital School - Horsham

Academics

15 hours of General English per week

Sports

Christ’s Hospital School School grounds

Highlights

¼ Historic campus which was the inspiration for the Harry Potter films

¼ Two full days into London (one extended late return) and one full day to Brighton with entrance to the BAi360

¼ State-of-the-art sports facilities including an indoor swimming pool

Dates

Turn 1: 04 July – 18 July

Turn 2: 18 July – 01 August

Turn 3: 01 August – 15 August

Location

Christ’s Hospital School, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 0YP www.christs-hospital.org.uk

Transport

Airports:

¼ Heathrow:

¼ Gatwick:

Groups are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus.

Nearest town:

Bus: 1hr 20min to central London

Rail: 1hr to central London

Travelcards:

Accommodation

¼ Traditional boarding house style accommodation.

¼ 1-4 bedded standard rooms are available, with single rooms for group leaders.

¼ Shared bathroom facilities on every corridor.

¼ Study bedrooms with desk space for private study.

¼ Spacious social areas available in every boarding house.

¼ 24-hour security and CCTV monitoring of all the boarding houses.

Sample Programme* Morning Afternoon Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Placement Test and Lesson 1 On-site Activities

Day 3 Lesson 2 Local orientation of Horsham / Horsham Photo Challenge

Day 4 Lesson 3 On-site Activities

Day 5 Lesson 4 On-site Activities

Day 6 Full day excursion to London by train with visit to Kensington Museums

Day 7 On-site Activities

Day 8 Full day excursion to London by train with Politics and Royalty walking tour

Day 9 On-site Activities

Visit to Hyde Park and shopping on Oxford Street/Regent Street

Lesson 5

Entrance to National Gallery and shopping in Covent Garden

Lesson 6

Day 10 Lesson 7 Lesson 8

Day 11 On-site Activities

Lesson 9

Day 12 On-site Activities Lesson 10 On-site Activities

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Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals

Breakfast: 07:30 - 09:00 - Continental with tea, coffee and fruit juice. Full English will also be available in the week.

Lunch: 12:15 - 13:30 - A hot lunch with a vegetarian option, salad bar and dessert.

Dinner: 18:00 - 19:00 - A hot dinner with a vegetarian option, salad bar and dessert.

Facilities

Outdoor tennis courts, expansive sports fields, indoor

Historical campus with an impressive dining room and a grand hall both of which were inspiration for the iconic Harry

Students will be given computer room access during evening activities - please ask the Activity Manager for exact times and dates. Group leaders will be given access to the Wi-Fi on request.

A laundry room is located within each boarding house (may be located on the other side of the accommodation). At least one washer and dryer in each room. The laundry is free but washing powder is not supplied. Bed linen will be washed once a week by the school laundry. A bag of clean laundry is placed in every building in the morning. All students should bring towels and

Security team on site 24/7. No safes in the bedrooms, however the Centre Manager will have a safe in their office which can be used by Group Leaders. Some lockable rooms available for group leaders. Each boarding house has fob access. Damage deposits of £25 or €30 will be collected.

Horsham Hospital Minor Injuries Unit, Hurst Road, The Courtyard Surgery, The Courtyard, London Rd, RH12 1AT & The Park Surgery, Albion Way, Boots Pharmacy, 21 Swan Walk, Horsham, RH12

Talent Show

Day 13 Full day excursion to Brighton by train with walking tour of the city Entrance to BAi360 and free time to explore the beach, city centre and Pier On-site Activities

Day 14 Optional Excursion Optional Excursion

Farewell Disco

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

For more information:

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400 max beds per week 8-17
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Sparsholt College - Winchester

Groups

Highlights

¼ Closed campus set in Hampshire countryside

¼ Programme includes full day to Oxford, Portsmouth and an extended day to London

¼ Two half days into Winchester including an academic challenge in town

Dates

Turn 1: 03 July – 17 July

Turn 2: 17 July – 31 July

Turn 3: 31 July - 14 August

Location

Sparsholt College, Westley Lane, Sparsholt, Hampshire, SO21 2NF www.sparsholt.ac.uk

Transport Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 1hr 20min

¼ Gatwick: 1hr 40min

Groups are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus.

Nearest town: Winchester

Bus: 2hrs to central London by coach

Accommodation

¼ Twin en-suite rooms within accommodation blocks located either side of the central Oxford International office.

¼ Accommodation is arranged in flats of 6 to 8 bedrooms or along corridors.

¼ Most blocks have a communal kitchen space or lounge where students can relax in the evening.

Sample Programme*

Morning Afternoon Evening

Day 1 Arrivals

Academics

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals

Breakfast: 07:00 - 08:30 - Continental breakfast with cooked breakfast twice a week.

Lunch: 12:30 - 13:30 - Choice of two main courses (1 vegetarian), salad bar and dessert.

Dinner: 18:00 - 19:30 - Choice of two main courses (1 vegetarian), salad bar and dessert.

Facilities

Sports centre with a full size sports hall, allowing for activities such as basketball, volleyball and football. A fitness suite is available for Group Leaders with induction and fee.

Set amongst beautiful Hampshire countryside this campus has spacious classrooms where the students can also partake in drama and dance workshops as well as conversation

Wi-Fi is available across the campus. A computer room will also

The laundry is located next to Dean building, please check with Centre Manager for opening times. Bed linen will be washed once a week by the College laundry. One large and one small towel will be provided to each student on arrival.

Activities

Day 9 Shuttle into Winchester with Photo Challenge

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Day 10 Full day excursion to London with Politics and Royal Entrance to British Museum and shopping in Covent Garden/Piccadilly Depart London at 20.00 for extended day

Day 11 Lesson 7 Lesson 8

Day 12 Onsite Activities

Day 13

day excursion to Winchester with academic activity

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Activities

The accommodation is monitored 24-hours by a team of wardens and university has staff that live on site in the case of any out of hours emergency. There are no safes in the bedrooms. However the Oxford International Centre Manager will have a safe in their office, and this can be used by Group Leaders to store passports securely. Damage deposits of £25 The Friarsgate Practice, Stockbridge Road, Boots Pharmacy, 35-39 High St, Winchester, SO23

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Arrivals Campus tour and ice-breaker activities Day 2 Placement Test and Lesson 1 Shuttle into Winchester with entrance to Great Hall and Winchester Photo Challenge Welcome Disco Day 3 Lesson 2 On-site Activities On-site Activities Day 4 Full day excursion to Oxford with walking tour of the city Entrance to an Oxford College Karaoke/Lip Sync Battle Day 5 Lesson 3 On-site Activities On-site Activities
6 Lesson 4 On-site Activities International Evening Day 7 Full day excursion to Portsmouth by coach Walking tour of the city centre and free time for shopping On-site Activities Day 8 On-site
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Heriot-Watt University - Edinburgh

Groups

Highlights

¼ Single en-suite bedrooms set amongst closed campus within easy reach of the Highlands

¼ Full day to Stirling with a visit to Loch Lomond

¼ Six trips into Edinburgh via a public bus, with the bus stop on campus

Dates

Turn 1: 03 July – 17 July

Turn 2: 17 July – 31 July

Turn 3: 31 July – 14 August

Edinburgh

Location

Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton, Edinburgh, EH14 4AS www.hw.ac.uk

Transport Airports:

¼ Edinburgh: 20min

¼ Glasgow: 1hr 25min

Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus. Nearest town: Edinburgh

Bus: 30min to Edinburgh

Students in Edinburgh

Bus: Single journey bus passes distributed on Edinburgh excursion days. Weekly bus passes for group leaders.

Accommodation

¼ En-suite accommodation furnished with a desk for private study, and a personal Wi-Fi router.

¼ Located in a beautiful, natural setting surrounded by landscaped gardens.

¼ The halls of residence are located at the rear of the campus, around 5 minutes’ walk from the canteen and classrooms.

Canteen Bedroom

Sample Programme*

Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

¼ Rooms are situated on long corridors allowing groups to stay together where possible.

Day 2 Placement Test and Lesson 1 Public bus to Edinburgh with visit to National Museum of Scotland

Day 3 Lesson 2 Public bus to Edinburgh with visit to Dean Village

Day 4 Lesson 3 On-site Activities

Day 5 Lesson 4 Public bus to Edinburgh with visit to National Galleries of Scotland

Day 6 On-site Activities Lesson 5

Day 7 Public bus to Edinburgh with walking tour of Royal Mile and entrance to Edinburgh Castle

Shopping on Royal Mile

Day 8 On-site Activities Lesson 6

Day 9 Public bus to Edinburgh with entrance to Palace of Holyroodhouse

Self-guided tour of Parliament OR climb Arthur’s Seat

Day 10 Lesson 7 Lesson 8

Day 11 On-site Activities Lesson 9

Day 12 Public bus to the Museum of Edinburgh Lesson 10

Day 13 Full day excursion to Stirling by coach Entrance to Stirling Castle with walking tour of Stirling and visit to Loch Lomond

Day 14 Optional Excursion Optional Excursion

Day 15 Departures Departures

Academics

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals

Breakfast: 07:30 - 08:45 - Continental breakfast, yoghurts and fruit with tea, coffee and fruit juice.

Lunch: 12:30 - 13:30 - Hot lunch with two choices (1x vegetarian), pasta, salad bar and dessert.

Dinner: 18:00 - 20:00 - Hot dinner with two choices (1x vegetarian), pasta, salad bar and dessert.

Facilities

Sports: Facilities include a sports hall, football, basketball, volley ball and badminton. Gym is available for group leaders for a small fee.

Other: There is the Student Union, chill out area, bar and café for most evening activities.

Computer Access

Internet access will be made available for Group Leaders. For more information please contact your Centre Manager. A network connection is available in the accommodation but it does require you to create an account and password.

The laundry service at Heriot-Watt is available 24-hours every day of the week. It is self-service wash and dry. Bed linen will be washed once a week by the University laundry. All students

There is a 24-hour security team on-site. No safes in the bedrooms. The Centre Manager has a safe in their office for Group Leaders to store money/passports securely. Replacement keys from Reception at £25 per key. If locked out outside opening hours, the Centre Manager has a pass key. Damage deposits of £25 or €30 will be collected.

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Colinton Road Surgery, 296d Colinton Road, Lindsay & Gilmour, 2 Pentland View, Currie, EH14

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Oxford Brookes University - Oxford

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Academics

& Individuals

Highlights

¼ Closed campus with modern facilities and indoor swimming pool

¼ Full day excursion to Stratford-upon-Avon or Oxford and an extended full day to London with late return

¼ Five trips into Oxford town with a one week bus pass included

Dates

Turn 1: 03 July – 17 July

Turn 2: 17 July – 31 July

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Turn 3: 31 July – 14 August

Location

Oxford Brookes University, Harcourt Hill Campus, Harcourt Hill, Botley, Oxford, OX2 9AT www.brookes.ac.uk

Transport Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 1hr 30min

¼ Gatwick: 1hr 45min

Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus.

Nearest town: Oxford

Rail: 1hr 15min to central London

Accommodation

¼ Single en-suite bedrooms in flats of 5-6 people.

¼ Rooms are all recently built to a high standard and all include a desk for private study.

¼ Each accommodation block has a communal kitchen which can be used as a social space.

Morning Afternoon Evening

Campus

Students Stratford-upon-Avon London Heathrow

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals

Breakfast: 07:00 - 09:00 - Continental buffet.

Lunch: 12:00 - 14:00 - Typically two hot options (1 vegetarian), along with side dishes such as salad, pasta, rice and a dessert and drink.

Dinner: 17:30 - 19:00 - Typically two hot options (one vegetarian), along with side dishes such as salad, pasta, rice and a dessert and drink.

Facilities

Sports: The Harcourt Hill Campus has its own sports centre on site with a sports hall, gym and swimming pool. Group leaders may use the gym facilities on a pay as you go basis.

Other: There are extensive playing fields for outdoor games and a Starbucks on site. There is also a modern Students Union for multiple social activities including the campus disco.

Day 4 Lesson 3 On-site Activities On-site Activities

Day 5 Public bus to Oxford with entrance to Christ Church College Lesson 4

Day 6 On-site Activities Lesson 5

Karaoke/Lip Sync Battle

On-site Activities

Day 7 Full day to Oxford OR Optional Day Full day to Bicester Oxford OR Optional Day International Evening

Day 8 Public bus to Oxford with punting Lesson 6 Disco

Day 9 Full day excursion to London by train with Politics and Royalty Walking Tour

Entrance to National Gallery and shopping in Covent Garden Evening in London with late return to campus

Day 10 On-site Activities Lesson 7

Day 11 Lesson 8 Lesson 9

On-site Activities

On-site Activities

Day 12 Lesson 10 On-site Activities Talent Show

Day 13 Full day to Stratford Upon Avon with walking tour of city Entrance to Shakespeare’s Birthplace Disco

Day 14 Optional Day Optional Day

On-site Activities

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Group leaders and students are provided with an individual password to access the Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi is available across the whole campus, including accommodation. A computer room is available on site for students. The Activity Manager will advise

John Radcliffe Hospital, Headley Way, Headington, West Oxford Health Centre, Botley Park, Boots Chemist, 6-8 Cornmarket Street, Oxford, facilities Oxford Brookes University

There is a laundry room on site operated by laundry card. To top up online you must register the card and add credit. Bed linen will be changed once a week by the University laundry. All

There is a 24-hour security team that work to keep the campus secure. There are no safes in the bedrooms, but a safe in the Centre Manager’s Office can be used to store money/passports securely. In en-suite accommodation a swipe card is used. Damage deposits of £25 or €30 will be collected.

For more information:

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Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/oxford-brookesuniversity 1All students must be born before 1/1/2010

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Goldsmiths - University of London

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Unique closed campus within 15 minute train journey of central London

¼ Minimum of 10 trips into central London with weekly travelcards included

¼ Full day to Cambridge with entrance to a college and full day to Brighton with entrance to the BAi360

Dates

Turn 1: 03 July – 17 July

Turn 2: 17 July – 31 July

Turn 3: 31 July – 14 August

Location

Goldsmiths University, Loring Management Centre, St James’, New Cross, London, SE14 6AD www.gold.ac.uk

Transport

Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 1hr 20min

¼ Gatwick: 1hr 20min

Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus.

Nearest town: New Cross

Rail: 15min to central London

Travelcards: Weekly zones 1-2 travelcards are included. These allow unlimited travel on the transport network including bus, train, tube, DLR and tram.

Accommodation

¼ Single rooms with a private bathroom, in flats of 6-8 rooms with a social space for students to relax in.

¼ The majority of the accommodation is located inside the campus with additional rooms available opposite the main site entrance.

¼ Spacious rooms with a desk and a chair.

Sample Programme*

Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Placement Test and Lesson 1 Entrance to British Museum

Day 3 Full day to central London by train with Politics and Royalty walking tour

Visit to the National Gallery and shopping Covent Garden

Day 4 Lesson 2 Lesson 3

Day 5 Greenwich with walking tour and entrance to Royal Observatory Lesson 4

Day 6 Visit to Olympic Park (with visit to Westfield) Lesson 5

Day 7 Full day excursion to Brighton with entrance to i360 Full day excursion to Brighton with entrance to i360

Day 8 Visit to TATE Modern with views of St Paul’s Cathedral Lesson 6

Day 9 Full day to central London with visit to Kensington Museums

Visit to Hyde Park including the Serpentine and the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain

Day 10 Lesson 7 Lesson 8

Day 11 Lesson 9

Half day to Camden with walking tour and visit to Regents Park

Day 12 Lesson 10 City Cruise along the River Thames to/from campus Evening in London

Day 13 Full day excursion to Cambridge by coach Walking tour of the city with entrance to a Cambridge College Disco

Day 14 Optional Excursion Optional Excursion On-site Activities

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Academics

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals

Breakfast: 07:00 - 08:45 - Toast, cereal, pastry, yoghurt, fruit. Cooked breakfast once per week.

Lunch: 12:30 - 13:45 - Pasta, meat or vegetarian main course with potatoes, vegetables, salad and dessert.

Dinner: 18:00 - 20:00 - Meat or vegetarian main course with potatoes, vegetables, salad and dessert.

Facilities

Sports: Netball and tennis courts are available with a large field perfect for football. An on-site gym is also available for group leaders who can enrol for a small fee.

Other: This closed campus layout means all facilities are within easy reach; classrooms, dining room, accommodation, social areas, sports facilities and the on-site cinema are all within easy

Wi-Fi internet is available across campus including in halls of residences. Please refer to your Centre Manager for Wi-Fi

There is a laundry room located on campus with card system used. Cards can be purchased from Loring Management Centre. All of the laundry facilities are self-service. Open: 07:00 - 23:00. Bed linen will be washed once a week by the University laundry. All students should bring towels and toiletries.

There is 24-hour security. No safes in the bedrooms. The Centre Manager has a safe in their office for Group Leaders to store money/passports securely. An access fob, a key and lanyard are supplied to students. Damage deposits of £25 or

Lewisham Hospital Accident and Emergency, NHS Walk in centre, Suite 3, Waldron Health Station Pharmacy, Amersham Vale, SE14 6LD

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/goldsmithsuniversity-of-london

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Sample Programme*

University of Greenwich - London

Academics

Groups

Highlights

¼ Opportunity to study at a UNESCO World Heritage Site almost 300 years old only 15 minutes from central London

¼ Full day to Cambridge with entrance to a college and full day to Brighton with entrance included

¼ Weekly travelcard provided for easy access into London

Dates

Turn 1: 03 July – 17 July

Turn 2: 17 July – 31 July

Turn 3: 31 July – 14 August

Location

University of Greenwich, Daniel Defoe Halls, 10 Lovibond Lane, London, SE10 9FY www2.gre.ac.uk/about/campus/greenwich

Transport

Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 1hr 20min

¼ Gatwick: 1hr 40min

Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus.

Nearest town: Greenwich

Rail: 15min to central London

Travelcards: Weekly zones 1-2 travelcards are included. These allow unlimited travel on the transport network including bus, train, tube, DLR and tram.

Accommodation

¼ Daniel Defoe residence is next to Greenwich railway and DLR stations.

¼ Single en-suite or two bedroom apartments. Less than 5 minutes’ walk from Greenwich town centre and all the facilities this historic area has to offer.

¼ Canteen and student social space on ground floor of accommodation building.

Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Placement Test and Lesson 1 Greenwich with walking tour and entrance to the Royal Observatory

Day 3 Lesson 2 Lesson 3

Day 4 Visit to TATE Modern with views of St Paul’s Cathedral City Cruise along the River Thames to/from campus

Day 5 Lesson 4 Visit to Olympic Park (with visit to Westfield)

Day 6 Lesson 5 Visit to Hyde Park including the Serpentine and the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain

Day 7 Full day to central London by train with Politics and Royalty walking tour Visit to the National Gallery and shopping Covent Garden

Day 8 Lesson 6 Half day to Camden with walking tour and visit to Regents Park

Day 9 Lesson 7 Lesson 8

Day 10 Full day excursion to Brighton with entrance to i360 Full day excursion to Brighton with entrance to i360

Day 11 Entrance to British Museum Lesson 9

Day 12 Half day to central London with visit to Kensington Museums Lesson 10 Evening in London

Day 13 Full day excursion to Cambridge by coach Walking tour of city with entrance to a Cambridge college Talent Show

Day 14 Optional Excursion Optional Excursion On-site Activities

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

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Lessons will take place at the Old Royal Naval College, a UNESCO World Heritage site, in the centre of Greenwich. 15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals

Breakfast: 07:45 - 08:45 - Continental breakfast. Hot breakfast once per week.

Lunch: 12:30 - 13:30 - Salad bar, pasta bar, choice of 2 main courses (1 vegetarian), fruit or yoghurt.

Dinner: 18:00 - 19:00 - Pasta bar, salad bar, choice of 2 main courses (1 vegetarian). Cake or fruit for dessert.

Facilities

Sports: Sports are held in the beautiful Greenwich Park, which offers 74 hectares of open green space for outdoor games.

Other: We use a mixture of lecture theatres, classrooms and the Students Union on the Lower Deck within the Dreadnought

Free Wi-Fi is provided in the accommodation. Access to the internet on campus is via The Cloud.

There are card-operated self-service launderettes in Daniel Defoe. Cards can be bought in the laundrette and topped up online. All students should bring towels and toiletries.

Reception is staffed 24-hours a day. Access is by swipe card only. There is also campus wide CCTV. There are no safes in the bedrooms, however there is a safe in the office, and this can be used to store money/passports securely. Damage deposits of Lewisham Hospital Accident and Emergency NHS Walk in centre, Suite 3, Waldron Health Duncans Pharmacy, 193-195 Greenwich High Rd,

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/university-ofgreenwich-london

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Royal Holloway - University of London - Egham

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Top UK University with lessons in the world-famous Founder’s Building, dating back to 1886

¼ Five full excursion days including a sunset riverboat disco2

¼ 29 nationalities studied with us in 2022

Dates

Turn 1: 19 June – 03 July

Turn 2: 03 July – 17 July

Turn 3: 17 July – 31 July

Turn 4: 31 July – 14 August

Founder’s Building

Location

Royal Holloway – University of London, Egham Hall, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX

www.rhul.ac.uk

Transport

Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 20min

¼ Gatwick: 45min

Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus.

Nearest town: Egham

Rail: 40min to central London

Travelcards: Included on excursions to London

Accommodation

¼ Modern en-suite rooms.

¼ Kitchens/social spaces in every block, furnished to a high standard.

¼ Wi-Fi Internet access in all rooms.

¼ The accommodation blocks are located very conveniently for access to the canteen.

¼ Accommodation is typically configured in flats of 6-8 bedrooms sharing a kitchen space.

Sample Programme* Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Placement Test and Lesson 1 Walk into Egham with orientation and Instagram Challenge

Day 3 Lesson 2 Full day excursion to London with entrance to British Museum

Day 4 Lesson 3 On-site Activities

Day 5 Lesson 4 Lesson 5

Day 6 Full day excursion to London with visit to Kensington Museums Visit to Hyde Park and shopping on Oxford Street

Day 7 Full day excursion to Oxford Walking tour of the city centre and entrance to an Oxford College

Day 8 Lesson 6 Lesson 7

Day 9 Full day excursion to London with Politics and Royalty walking tour Entrance to National Gallery and shopping in central London

Day 10 On-site Activities Lesson 9

Day 11 On-site Activities Lesson 9

Day 12 Walk to Virginia Water for nature trail Lesson 10 Farewell Disco

Day 13 Full day excursion to Brighton or Portsmouth Entrance to Brighton Sea Life or HMS Victory On-site Activities

Day 14 Optional Excursion Optional Excursion On-site Activities

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Academics

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals

Breakfast: 07:00 - 08:45 - Continental with tea, coffee and fruit juice. Full English breakfast on Sunday with tea, coffee and fruit juice.

Lunch: 12:30 - 13:45 - Hot lunch with two choices/vegetarian option and salad bar/dessert.

Dinner: 18:00 - 20:00 - Hot dinner with two choices/ vegetarian option and salad bar/dessert.

Facilities

Sports: Sports include badminton, basketball and table tennis. The sports hall is used as part of the activity programme and must be supervised by an Activity Leader.

Other: A stunning picture gallery and historic chapel are housed within the world-famous Founder’s Building. Social spaces are available within the Students Union such as Tommy’s Bar.

Computer Access

Students are issued with a Wi-Fi code on arrival. There is also a computer centre on site, which is available to Group Leaders all day, and to students as a designated evening activity.

Laundry

Located in The Hub main reception, and open until late each night. Washing powder can be purchased in the laundry room. Students must be accompanied by a Group Leader. Bed linen will be washed once a week by the University. Refer to the Welfare Manager for exact details. All students should bring towels and toiletries.

Security

The university has a 24-hour on-site security team, who maintain a patrol. There is also campus-wide CCTV. All rooms have secure keycard entry. No safes in the bedrooms. The Centre Manager has a safe in their office, and this can be used by Group Leaders to store money/passports securely. Damage deposits of £25 or €30 will be collected.

Health Care

Hospital: St. Peter’s Hospital, Guildford Road, Chertsey, KT16 0PJ

Doctors’ Surgery: based within the University itself, as there is a medical centre within Founder’s Building. This is open 09:00 - 17:00 Monday to Friday.

Pharmacy: Boots Chemist, Egham High Street, Egham

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/royal-hollowayuniversity-of-london

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English & Football with Tottenham Hotspur at

Royal Holloway

Individuals

Highlights

¼ Lessons and accommodation within the worldfamous Founder’s Building, dating back to 1886

¼ 12 hours of football coaching per week with FA and UEFA qualified football coaches from Tottenham Hotspur

¼ Tottenham Hotspur replica football kit sent on return home

Dates

Turn 1: 03 July – 17 July

Turn 2: 17 July – 31 July

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Sports facilities

Location

Royal Holloway – University of London, Egham Hall, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX www.rhul.ac.uk

Transport

Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 20min

¼ Gatwick: 45min

Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will welcome you and escort you to the campus.

Nearest town: Egham

Rail: 40min to central London

Travelcards: Included on excursions to London

Accommodation

¼ Single or twin standard bedrooms in the iconic Founder’s Building.

¼ Wi-Fi is available in the accommodation.

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Sample Programme* Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Football Coaching Placement Test and Lesson 1

Day 3 Full day excursion to Brighton by coach Unlimited Rides Wristband to use at Brighton Pier

Day 4 Lesson 2 Lesson 3

Day 5 Football Coaching Lesson 4

Day 6 Football Coaching Lesson 5

Day 7 Full day excursion to London with Politics and Royalty walking tour Entrance to Wembley Stadium*

Day 8 Lesson 6 Football Coaching

Day 9 Lesson 7 Full day excursion to London with entrance to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium*

Day 10 Half day excursion to Windsor with entrance to Windsor Castle Football Coaching

Day 11 Lesson 8

Lesson 9

Day 12 Lesson 10 Football Coaching

Day 13 Football Coaching Football Coaching

Football Seminar and Farewell Disco

On-site Activities

Day 14 Full day excursion to Thorpe Park Full day excursion to Thorpe Park On-site Activities

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

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Academics

15 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18^

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

^ in exceptional circumstances, this maximum may be exceeded

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ World of Work (PCTO ex ASL in Italy) syllabus: Available for students age 14+ with minimum English level B1

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals

Breakfast: 07:00 - 08:45 - Continental with tea, coffee and fruit juice. Full English breakfast on Sunday with tea, coffee and fruit juice.

Lunch: 12:30 - 13:45 - Hot lunch with two choices/vegetarian option and salad bar/dessert.

Dinner: 18:00 - 20:00 - Hot dinner with two choices/vegetarian option and salad bar/dessert.

Facilities

Sports: Sports include badminton, basketball and table tennis. The sports hall is used as part of the activity programme and must be supervised by an Activity Leader.

Other: A stunning picture gallery and historic chapel are housed within the world-famous Founder’s Building. Social spaces are available within the Students Union such as Tommy’s Bar.

Students are issued with a Wi-Fi code on arrival. There is also a computer centre on site, which is available to Group Leaders all day, and to students as a designated evening activity.

Located in The Hub main reception, and open until late each night. Washing powder can be purchased in the laundry room. Students must be accompanied by a Group Leader. Bed linen will be washed once a week by the University. Refer to the Welfare Manager for exact details. All students should bring

The university has a 24-hour on-site security team, who maintain a patrol. There is also campus-wide CCTV. All rooms have secure keycard entry. No safes in the bedrooms. The Centre Manager has a safe in their office, and this can be used by Group Leaders to store money/passports securely. Damage deposits of £25 or €30 will be collected.

St. Peter’s Hospital, Guildford Road, Chertsey, based within the University itself, as there is a medical centre within Founder’s Building. This is open 09:00Boots Chemist, Egham High Street, Egham

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/english-and-footballwith-tottenham-hotspur

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University of British Columbia - Vancouver

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Located at the University of British Columbia

¼ Excursions to Whistler and downtown Vancouver

¼ Beach BBQ and beach games

¼ Playland Amusement Park

Dates

Dates: 18 June - 13 August

Programme: 1-8 week programmes available

Location

The University of British Columbia 2525 West Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2, Canada

Transport Airports:

¼ Vancouver International: 30min*

Groups are met at the airport by a staff member who will escort you back to the campus.

Public Transport: Tickets are provided for all journeys. *For individuals, airport transfers incur additional charges.

Accommodation

¼ Residences: Single rooms with shared single-gender washrooms.

¼ Homestay: Host family accommodation with twin rooms as standard.

Homestay programmes full-board by default; includes breakfast, packed lunches and dinner. On-campus lunch options available upon request.

Homestay shuttle included in homestay programmes.

Sample Programme*

Day 2 Lesson 1 (Testing/Orientation)

Walking Tour

Day 3 Lesson 2 Sports on Campus

Day 4 Lesson 3 Cycling in Stanley Park

Day 5 Lesson 4 FlyOver Canada

Day 6 Lesson 5 Metrotown Shopping Trip

Day 7 Playland Amusement Park

Playland Amusement Park

Day 8 Excursion to Whistler Excursion to Whistler

Day 9 Lesson 6 Science World

Day 10 Lesson 7 Canopy walk at UBC

Day 11 Lesson 8 Beach BBQ & Beach Games

Day 12 Lesson 9 Swimming

Day 13 Lesson 10 Granville Island

Day 14 Optional Excursion Optional Excursion

Activities

Activities

Colour Run

Evening

Metrotown Shopping Trip

Karaoke Night

On-site Activities

On-site Activities

On-site Activities

Beach BBQ & Beach Games

Talent Show

On-site Activities

Farewell Disco

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Academics

Average class size: 16

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Additional qualifications available:

¼ International English Language Testing System (IELTS)held at downtown Oxford International language school.

Meals

Breakfast: 07:30 - 09:00* - Hot buffet breakfast.

Lunch: 11:30 - 13:30* - Typically three hot options (one vegetarian), with salad, pasta and rice side dishes, dessert and drink.

Dinner: 17:30 - 19:00* - Typically three hot options (one vegetarian), with salad, pasta and rice side dishes, dessert and drink.

*some days may vary

Facilities

Indoor and outdoor spaces for interactive activities including conversation classes, international evenings, discos and more.

Sports: Grass field, tennis and basketball courts and access to university softball diamond, ice rink and indoor swimming complex.

Other: Lounges in the accommodation area with TV, sofas and basic kitchen. The commons block offers Wi-Fi and dining.

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: juniorsna@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/university-of-britishcolumbia-vancouver

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Toronto Metropolitan University - Toronto

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Located at Toronto Metropolitan University

¼ Visit the breath-taking Niagara Falls

¼ Fantastic downtown location

¼ Excursions to the CN Tower and other famous locations

Dates

Dates: 18 June - 6 August

Programme: 1-7 week programmes available

Location Toronto Metropolitan University 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON M5B 2K3, Canada

Transport Airports:

¼ Toronto Pearson: 40min*

Groups are met at the airport by a staff member who will escort you back to the campus.

Public Transport: Tickets are provided for all journeys.

*For individuals, airport transfers incur additional charges.

Accommodation

¼ Residences: Shared multi-room apartments with shared washrooms. Single en-suite rooms may also be available.

¼ Homestay: Qualified and welcoming families provide students with double rooms. Single room accommodation can be arranged twin upon request, subject to availability. Homestay programmes full-board by default; includes breakfast, packed lunches, and dinner.

Sample Programme* Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Lesson 1 (Testing/Orientation) Downtown Walking Tour

Day 3 Lesson 2 History of Canada & Fort York

Day 4 Lesson 3 Shopping at The Eaton Centre

Day 5 Lesson 4 Legislative Assembly of Ontario Tour

Day 6 Lesson 5 Oxford Beach Olympics

Day 7 Visit Toronto Islands Visit Toronto Islands

Day 8 Niagara Falls Niagara Falls

Day 9 Lesson 6 High Park

Day 10 Lesson 7 CN Tower

Day 11 Lesson 8 Graffiti Alley, Chinatown & Kensington Market

Day 12 Lesson 9 Ripley’s Aquarium

Day 13 Lesson 10 Beach Sports & Swimming Challenges

Day 14 Optional Excursion/On Campus Activities Optional Excursion/On Campus Activities On-site Activities

Day 15 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Academics

Average class size: 16

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Additional qualifications available:

¼ International English Language Testing System (IELTS) - held at downtown Oxford International language school.

Meals

Breakfast: 07:30 - 09:00* - Hot breakfast with multiple options.

Lunch: 11:30 - 13:30* - Hot lunch with multiple options

Dinner: 17:30 - 19:00* - Hot dinner with multiple options

*some days may vary

Facilities

Indoor and outdoor spaces for interactive activities including conversation classes, international evenings, discos and more.

The residence building includes common areas and floor lounges equipped with smart TVs and kitchenettes. Laundry facilities also located on-site.

Computer Access

Campus wide Wi-Fi internet is available.

Laundry

Laundry machines are available on each floor. Laundry cards can be purchased with pre-loaded amount of $4 usable for laundry. The card can be refilled as needed, no refunds

Campus security operates 24 hours a day. Damage/lost key deposit $100 per student to be collected upon arrival.

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: juniorsna@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/torontometropolitan-university

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San Diego State University - San Diego

Academics

Average class size: 16

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English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

University building

Highlights

¼ Located at San Diego State University

¼ Excursions to Balboa Park and the USS Midway Museum

¼ Evening activities at the beach including a beach bonfire

¼ Visit to the San Diego Zoo, one of the most famous zoos in the world

Dates

Dates: 25 June - 06 August

Programme: 1-6 week programmes available

Location

San Diego State University, 5500 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA, 92182 United States

Transport

Airports:

¼ San Diego: 20min*

¼ LAX : 2hrs 45min**

Groups are met at the airport by a staff member who will escort you back to the campus.

Public Transport: Tickets are provided for all journeys.

*For individuals, airport transfers incur additional charges.

Balboa Park Classroom

Sample Programme*

Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Accommodation

¼ Residences: Triple or quad occupancy with shared singlegender bathrooms as assigned by SDSU depending on availability.

¼ Homestay: Shared (double or triple Occupancy). Fullboard by default; includes breakfast, packed lunches, and dinner.

Day 2 Lesson 1 (Testing/Orientation) Seaport Village Walking tour

Day 3 Lesson 2 Little Italy & Maritime Museum

Day 4 Lesson 3 USS Midway Museum

Day 5 Lesson 4 Coronado Island

Day 6 Lesson 5 Harbour Cruise

Day 7 Excursion to San Diego Zoo Excursion to San Diego Zoo

Day 8 La Jolla Cove La Jolla Cove

Day 9 Lesson 6 Balboa Park & Museum

Day 10 Lesson 7 Sports Day

Day 11 Lesson 8 Pacific Beach

Day 12 Lesson 9 Shopping at Fashion Valley Mall

Day 13 Lesson 10 Belmont Park (Beach Amusement Park)

Day 14 Optional Day / Las Americas Outlet Optional Day / Las Americas Outlet

Day 15 Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Evening

Campus tour and ice-breaker activities

Welcome Activity

On-site Activities

On-site Activities

International Night

Beach Bonfire - Ocean Beach

On-site Activities

Disco - Downtown

On-site Activities

Ten Pin Bowling

Talent Show

On-site Activities

Sports Activity

On-site Activities

Departures

Coronado Island San Diego Zoo USS Midway Museum Pacific Beach La Jolla Cove Belmont Park Ocean Beach

Meals

Breakfast: 07:30 - 09:00*

Lunch: 12:30 - 13:30*

Dinner: 17:30 - 19:00*

All you can eat style meals (vary daily), side dishes, with daily vegetarian options and a dessert (we can accommodate for food allergies and intolerances if notified in advance).

*some days may vary

Facilities

Indoor and outdoor spaces for interactive activities including conversation classes, international evenings, discos and more.

Students at the beach

Sports: The residences complex offers outdoor pool, table tennis and a patio. There are large fields which can be used for sports.

Other: Residences include a television room, lounge area and foosball tables.

Computer Access

Campus wide Wi-Fi internet is available.

Laundry

Laundry services available in residence facilities.

Campus security operates 24 hours a day. Damage/lost key deposit $100 per student to be collected upon arrival.

Alvarado Hospital, 6655 Alverado Road, San Diego, CA 92120 USA (One stop on the metro/trolley from campus.) Partners Urgent Care, 6136 Lake Murray Blvd, La

younger/older siblings or friends may wish to come in a group. Oxford International Junior Programmes reserves the right to accept students who are slightly younger or older than the advertised minimum/maximum age. These exceptional requests must be approved by our admissions team in advance. Appropriate welfare and safeguarding provisions will apply.

Note: The San Diego State University name is strictly for the purpose of identifying the location at which Oxford International Junior Programmes are delivering the programme. Oxford International Junior Programmes have no affiliation with San Diego State University and is not involved in or responsible for the quality, suitability, delivery or other aspects of Oxford International Junior Programmes in any way.

Please contact your regional manager or email: juniorsna@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/san-diego-stateuniversity

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Kean University - New York

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Located at Kean University

¼ Explore one of the world’s most diverse and exciting cities

¼ Excursions to Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and more

¼ Dinners in New York City on excursion days

Dates

Dates: 18 June - 30 July

Programme: 1-6 week programmes available

Location

Kean University 1000 Morris Ave, Union, NJ 07083, USA

Transport Airports:

¼ Newark: 15min*

¼ JFK 1hr 30min**

¼ LaGuardia: 2hrs**

Groups are met at the airport by a staff member who will escort you back to the campus.

Public Transport: Tickets are provided for all journeys.

Taxi: Please see the Centre Manager for taxi contact numbers.

*For individuals, airport transfers incur additional charges.

**Additional Airport Transfer Fees required for groups and individuals from these airports.

Accommodation

¼ Residences: Twin apartment configuration with double occupancy bedrooms, with a bathroom and kitchenette.

Sample Programme* Morning Afternoon Evening

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Campus tour and ice-breaker activities

Day 2 Lesson 1 (Testing/Orientation) On-site Activities Welcome Activity

Day 3 Lesson 2 NY Public Library, Rockefeller Centre & More

NBC Studios & Top of the Rock

Day 4 Lesson 3 On-site Activities On-site Activities

Day 5 Lesson 4 The Museum of Modern Art & Flatiron Building

Day 6 Lesson 5 On-site Activities

Times Square

Disco

Day 7 American Museum of Natural History Lincoln Centre, Central Park & Columbus Circle On-site Activities

Day 8 Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

WTC Memorial, Wall Street & NYSE

Day 9 Lesson 6 On-site Activities

Day 10 Lesson 7 On-site Activities

Day 11 Lesson 8 City Hall & walk the Brooklyn Bridge

Day 12 Lesson 9 On-site Activities

Day 13 Lesson 10 Central Park East & Museum Mile

Day 14 Coney Island Coney Island

Day 15 Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Academics

Average class size: 16

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Meals

Breakfast: 07:30 - 08:30*

Lunch: 12:30 - 13:15*

Dinner: 17:30 - 19:00*

All you can eat style meals (vary daily), side dishes, with daily vegetarian options and a dessert (we can accommodate for food allergies and intolerances if notified in advance).

*some days may vary

Facilities

Indoor and outdoor spaces for interactive activities including conversation classes, international evenings, discos and more.

Harwood Arena has a swimming pool, basketball and volleyball courts and an indoor running track. Additionally there are four tennis courts and four half basketball courts next to the accommodation facilities.

Computer Access

Campus wide Wi-Fi internet is available.

Laundry

Laundry services available in residence facilities.

Security

Campus security operates 24 hours a day. Damage/lost key deposit $100 per student to be collected upon arrival.

Overlook Medical Centre Union Campus: 1000 Galloping Hill Road, Union, NJ 07083, USA

Kean University Health Services are located in Downs Hall, Room 126 behind the Nancy Thompson Library.

On-site Activities

International Night

On-site Activities

Walk the High Line to Times Square

Talent Show and Disco

Shopping in SoHo

On-site Activities

Departures

for the quality, suitability, delivery or other aspects of Oxford International Junior Programmes in any way.

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: juniorsna@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/kean-universitynew-jersey

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English & Soccer with Mike Grella’s Elite Training Concepts at Kean University

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Improve your soccer skills with former Leeds United and NY Red Bulls star, Mike Grella, and his team of coaches

¼ Sessions take place just 20 minutes from Kean University campus

¼ Visit the fantastic sights of New York included on the standard New York Junior programme

¼ Excursions include Times Square, Statue of Liberty, and Central Park

Dates

Dates: 18 June - 30 July

Programme: 1-6 week programmes available

Location

Kean University 1000 Morris Ave, Union, NJ 07083, USA

Transport

Airports:

¼ Newark: 20min*

¼ JFK 1hr 30min**

¼ LaGuardia: 2hrs**

Groups are met at the airport by a staff member who will escort you back to the campus.

Public Transport: Tickets are provided for all journeys.

Taxi: Please see the Centre Manager for taxi contact numbers.

*For individuals, airport transfers incur additional charges.

**Additional Airport Transfer Fees required for groups and individuals from these airports.

Accommodation

¼ Residences: Twin apartment configuration with double occupancy bedrooms, with a bathroom and kitchenette.

Sample Programme* Morning Afternoon Evening

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Campus tour and ice-breaker activities

Day 2 Placement Test and Induction Soccer Camp Welcome Activity

Day 3 Lesson NY Public Library & Rockefeller Centre

Day 4 Lesson Soccer Camp

Day 5 Lesson The Museum of Modern Art & Flatiron Building

Day 6 Lesson Soccer Camp

Day 7 American Museum of Natural History American Museum of Natural History

Day 8 Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

Day 9 Lesson Soccer Camp

Day 10 Lesson Soccer Camp

Day 11 Lesson City Hall & walk the Brooklyn Bridge

Day 12 Lesson Soccer Camp

Day 13 Lesson Central Park East & Museum Mile

Day 14 Coney Island Coney Island

Day 15 Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length

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Academics

Average class size: 16

English levels: Pre-intermediate - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Meals

Breakfast: 07:30 - 08:30*

Lunch: 12:30 - 13:15*

Dinner: 17:30 - 19:00*

All you can eat style meals (vary daily), side dishes, with daily vegetarian options and a dessert (we can accommodate for food allergies and intolerances if notified in advance). *some days may vary

Facilities

NBC Studios & Top of the Rock

On-site Activities

Times Square

Disco

Lincoln Centre, Central Park & Columbus Circle

WTC Memorial, Wall Street & NYSE

International Night

On-site Activities

Walk the High Line to Times Square

Talent Show

Shopping in SoHo

Coney Island

Departures

Newark

Central Park Times Square SoHo

Times Square Statue of Liberty

Indoor and outdoor spaces for interactive activities including conversation classes, international evenings, discos and more. Harwood Arena has a swimming pool, basketball and volleyball courts and an indoor running track. Additionally there are four tennis courts and four half basketball courts next to the accommodation facilities.

Computer Access

Campus wide Wi-Fi internet is available.

Laundry

Laundry services available in residence facilities.

Security

Campus security operates 24 hours a day. Damage/lost key deposit $100 per student to be collected upon arrival.

Overlook Medical Centre Union Campus: 1000 Galloping Hill Road, Union, NJ 07083, USA

have no affiliation with the Kean University and is not involved in or responsible for the quality, suitability, delivery or other aspects of Oxford International Junior Programmes in any way.

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: juniorsna@oxfordinternational.com

or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/english-soccer

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siblings or friends may wish to come in a group. Oxford International Junior Programmes reserves the right to accept students who are slightly younger or older than the advertised minimum/maximum age. These exceptional requests must be approved by our admissions team in advance. Appropriate welfare and safeguarding provisions will apply. Note: The Kean University name is strictly for the purpose of identifying the location at which Oxford International Junior Programmes are delivering the programme. Oxford International Junior Programmes
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Kean University Health Services are located in Downs Hall, Room 126 behind the Nancy Thompson Library. Kean University Coney Island
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California State University, Northridge - Los Angeles

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Located at California State University, Northridge

¼ Full-day excursion to Universal Studios

¼ Excursions to Venice Beach, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica

¼ Visit famous sights including: Hollywood and Rodeo Drive

Dates

Dates: 25 June - 06 August

Programme: 1-6 week programmes available

Beach, California Hollywood sign

Location

California State University, Northridge 18111 Nordhoff St, Northridge, CA 91330, USA

Transport Airports:

¼ LAX : 40min*

Groups are met at the airport by a staff member who will escort you back to the campus.

Bus: 30 mins average distance from campus to Hollywood/city centre. All transportation by private bus.

*For individuals, airport transfers incur additional charges.

Accommodation

¼ Residences: Single gender, 2-bedroom apartments with semi-private bathrooms and living room.

Activities on campus

Academics

Average class size: 16

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower than elementary).

Meals

Breakfast: 07:15 - 08:15*

Lunch: 12:00 - 13:00*

Dinner: 17:30 - 19:00*

All you can eat style meals (vary daily), side dishes, with daily vegetarian options and a dessert. We can accommodate for food allergies and intolerances if notified in advance. *some days may vary

Facilities

Indoor and outdoor spaces for interactive activities including conversation classes, international evenings, discos and more.

Sports: The residences complex offers outdoor volleyball courts, table tennis and a pool. There are large fields which can be used for sports.

Computer Access

Campus wide Wi-Fi internet is available.

Laundry

Laundry services available in residence facilities.

Security

Campus security operates 24 hours a day. Damage/lost key deposit $100 per student to be collected upon arrival.

Sample Programme*

Morning Afternoon Evening

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Lesson 1 (Testing/Orientation) Icebreakers & Campus Tour

Day 3 Lesson 2 Hollywood Boulevard Tour

Arrivals

Welcome Activity

Dinner and Evening in Hollywood

Day 4 Lesson 3 On-site Activities Workshop

Day 5 Lesson 4 Griffith Park & Observatory

Day 6 Lesson 5 On-site Activities

Day 7 Santa Monica Pier/Beach & Shopping Santa Monica Pier/Beach & Shopping

Day 8 Universal Studios Universal Studios

Day 9 Lesson 6 On-site Activities

Day 10 Lesson 7 Beverly Hills & Rodeo Drive

Day 11 Lesson 8 On-site Activities

Day 12 Lesson 9 Museum of Tolerance

Day 13 Lesson 10 On-site Activities

Day 14 Venice Beach Oxford Beach Olympics

Day 15 Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Dinner and Evening in Hollywood

Team Challenge

Santa Monica Pier/Beach & Shopping

Universal Studios

International Evening

Dinner and Evening in Beverly Hills

Workshop

Dinner and Evening in Beverly Hills

Team Challenge

Venice Beach

Departures

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Social spaces

Health Care

Hospital: West Hills Hospital and Health Center, 7300 Medical Center Drive, West Hills, CA 91307, USA

Oxford International Junior Programmes understands that occasionally slightly younger/older siblings or friends may wish to come in a group. Oxford International Junior Programmes reserves the right to accept students who are slightly younger or older than the advertised minimum/maximum age. These exceptional requests must be approved by our admissions team in advance. Appropriate welfare and safeguarding provisions will apply.

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: juniorsna@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/california-stateuniversity-northridge

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Note: California State University’s name is strictly for the purpose of identifying the location at which Oxford International Junior Programmes are delivering the programme. Oxford International Junior Programmes have no affiliation with California State University and is not involved in or responsible for the quality, suitability, delivery or other aspects of Oxford International Junior Programmes in any way.
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Studio Stars Hollywood at California State University, Northridge

Groups & Individuals

Highlights

¼ Located at California State University, Northridge

¼ Live the Hollywood pop star dream, record and learn to produce your own hit song

¼ Sessions take place at the world-famous Paramount Recording Studios

¼ Excursions include Universal Studios, Hollywood, and more

Dates

Dates: 02 July - 30 July

Programme: 1-4 week programmes available

Recording studio Hollywood sign

Location

California State University, Northridge 18111 Nordhoff St, Northridge, CA 91330, USA

Transport Airports:

¼ LAX : 40min*

Groups are met at the airport by a staff member who will escort you back to the campus.

Bus: 30 mins average distance from campus to Hollywood/city centre. All transportation by private bus.

*For individuals, airport transfers incur additional charges.

Accommodation

¼ Residences: Single gender, 2-bedroom apartments with semi-private bathrooms and living room.

Activities on campus

Academics

Average class size: 16

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Meals

Breakfast: 07:15 - 08:15*

Lunch: 12:00 - 13:00*

Dinner: 17:30 - 19:00*

All you can eat style meals (vary daily), side dishes, with daily vegetarian options and a dessert. We can accommodate for food allergies and intolerances if notified in advance. *some days may vary

Facilities

Indoor and outdoor spaces for interactive activities including conversation classes, international evenings, discos and more.

Sports: The residences complex offers outdoor volleyball courts, table tennis and a pool. There are large fields which can be used for sports.

Computer Access

Campus wide Wi-Fi internet is available.

Laundry

Laundry services available in residence facilities.

Security

Campus security operates 24 hours a day. Damage/lost key deposit $100 per student to be collected upon arrival.

Sample Programme*

Morning Afternoon Evening

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Placement Test and Induction Icebreakers & Campus Tour Welcome Activity

Day 3 Lesson Recording Studio

Dinner and Evening in Hollywood

Day 4 Lesson On-site Activities Workshop

Day 5 Lesson Recording Studio

Dinner and Evening in Hollywood

Day 6 Lesson On-site Activities Team Challenges

Day 7 Santa Monica Pier/Beach & Shopping Santa Monica Pier/Beach & Shopping

Day 8 Universal Studios Universal Studios

Day 9 Lesson On-site Activities

Day 10 Lesson Recording Studio

Santa Monica Pier/Beach & Shopping

Universal Studios

International Evening

Dinner and Evening in Beverly Hills

Day 11 Lesson On-site Activities Workshop

Day 12 Lesson Recording Studio

Day 13 Lesson On-site Activities

Day 14 Full-day Excursion to Venice Beach Oxford Beach Olympics

Day 15 Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Dinner and Evening in Beverly Hills

Team Challenges

Late return from Venice Beach

Departures

California Sate University, Northridge Santa Monica

Universal Studios

Social spaces

Health Care Hospital: West Hills Hospital and Health Center, 7300 Medical Center Drive, West Hills, CA 91307, USA

For more images visit our Instagram: oiegjuniors_na

Oxford International Junior Programmes understands that occasionally slightly younger/older siblings or friends may wish to come in a group. Oxford International Junior Programmes reserves the right to accept students who are slightly younger or older than the advertised minimum/maximum age. These exceptional requests must be approved by our admissions team in advance. Appropriate welfare and safeguarding provisions will apply.

Note: California State University’s name is strictly for the purpose of identifying the location at which Oxford International Junior Programmes are delivering the programme. Oxford International Junior Programmes have no affiliation with California State University and is not involved in or responsible for the quality, suitability, delivery or other aspects of Oxford International Junior Programmes in any way.

For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: juniorsna@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/studio-stars

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Late Summer Navigator

We are delighted to offer some wonderful residential study opportunities for groups in August and September 2023.

These 5 to 7-night programmes, offer full board residential packages at a range of amazing locations. They include:

¼ Lessons

¼ Transfers

¼ Activities

¼ Excursions

¼ Public transport passes (where applicable)

We will have a fantastic selection of university campuses open until late August or early September 2023 giving you and your groups the opportunity to stay at one of our incredible campuses.

We plan to offer groups the chance to stay on a university campus for a full programme of lessons, excursions and activities at several campuses around the UK.

We can include as little or as much as you like in the programme, and can offer a choice of academic options from General English and exam courses to iGCSE or PCTO ex ASL.

Most campuses offer full board en-suite accommodation, as well as excursions to local cities and other interesting UK destinations. It’s a fantastic opportunity for mini-stay groups to experience university life in student residential accommodation.

If you are interested, contact your regional representative or the Juniors admissions team for full information, including factsheets, confirmed dates and sample programmes, which you can adapt to suit you and your groups’ needs.

Extend your education with tours to some of the world’s most iconic destinations. For Groups 8-17 years.

Oxford International Navigator arranges stays for groups all over the world. Many groups want to take advantage of their trip to the UK or North America by extending their stay exploring nearby cities or even other countries. With over 30 years of experience managing programmes for groups of students, we can assure your group will have a wonderful time! Extend your stay with us and venture into amazing different destinations!

The Travelling Classroom

This new programme provides students with valuable travel experience while improving their English language skills in an everyday life setting. Join us for an unforgettable experience exploring your chosen destinations in North America or the UK.

Programme Extensions

Groups who wish to extend their summer stay in the UK or NA after their residential or homestay programme, now have the option to add on a trip at the end of their stay. Some examples include

¼ New York City, Philadelphia & Washington

¼ Toronto, Ottawa & Montreal

¼ Leeds, York, Manchester & Liverpool

¼ The Cotswolds, Bristol & Cardiff

¼ Vancouver & Rocky Mountains

Late Summer
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Year-round

Oxford International operates eight year-round schools in some of the best locations in the UK, Canada and the USA.

Each school welcomes junior groups throughout the year on bespoke, tailor-made programmes including ESP (English for specific purposes) and EAP (English for academic purposes) with visits designed to enhance the learning experience in subjects including Business, Sustainability, Fashion and Employability.

Secure and stimulating locations

Our programmes are set in a secure and stimulating environment where students can study, socialise and be creative.

Programme Features

English lessons, activities, full board accommodation, airport transfers and transport. Bespoke tuition and excursions are available.

Homestay Accommodation

We offer homestay accommodation as standard with twin or triple rooms for students and single rooms for group leaders. All of our homestays are in accordance with accreditation body guidelines. The hosts treat the student as a full member of the household, eating together and sharing the common living areas.

Other Accommodation

You can find more information about our Year-round group courses on our website: oxfordinternationaljuniors. com/study-with-us/all-year/

English+ Programmes

Students are offered the chance to deepen their academic knowledge while learning English. See page 88 for more details.

Alternative accommodation arrangements such as hotels and residences are also available.

Contacts and Security

Each school has a main contact for groups who is available to Group Leaders throughout the stay, as well as a 24-hour emergency number.

English learners aged 10 and over can choose from London Greenwich, Oxford, Brighton, Toronto, Halifax, Vancouver, New York City and San Diego.

We offer carefully tailored programmes all year round, which include accommodation, food, excursions and exciting cultural activities.

Our Year-round group programmes are operated by Oxford International English Schools.

UK USA Canada Oxford Vancouver Toronto San Diego New York London Brighton Year-round
biggest group 95 students 215 off-season groups (excl. July & August) over 95,000 hours of tuition over 6,000 students Groups In Numbers (as of June 2022)* smallest group 4 students *data based on Oxford International English UK schools September 2018-June 2019 over 55,000 nights of accommodation Halifax Year-round / 68

English+ Programmes

Students are offered the chance to deepen their academic knowledge while learning English.

Examples of previous courses successfully delivered:

English and Leadership skills

English and Architecture

If you have an idea of an industry or subject that you’d like to explore, we’d love to create a bespoke course alongside you.

English+ Programmes are an excellent opportunity for cross subject learning combining General English language tuition and subject specific learning either in the classroom or on excursion. Students will spend the mornings improving their English in one of our vibrant schools in Brighton, London, Oxford, Vancouver, Halifax, Toronto, New York City or San Diego.

English+ programme

Each week, they will study 15 hours of General English. This means the programme is accessible to most students.

However, our teachers will be able to incorporate some subject specific

English, Fashion and Design

English and Baking

content. This may include:

¼ vocabulary areas that benefit the students during their afternoon visits

¼ reflection tasks and activities linked to their visits that will allow students to develop their critical thinking skills

¼ collaborative projects in English linked to the chosen subject Students will be taught in closed groups of maximum 18 students per class.

Please note that some of our English+ programmes have a recommended age range and a recommended level.

In the afternoons, students will gain a deeper understanding of their chosen subject through a series of themed visits and tours.

Some of these tours are very interactive and provide students with a hands-on learning opportunity.

Other visits or excursions will allow students to explore the subject matter in a more individual way thus making them more independent learners.

In any case, we aim to provide a variety

English and Hairdressing

English and Biology

of engaging activities that will benefit all types of learners.

After an action packed day, students will have the evenings to relax at their accommodation, reflect on the day and share new insights and experiences.

For a full list of English Plus courses we offer in the UK and North America, please contact your regional Oxford International representative or the Juniors Admissions team.

We are more than happy to work with partners to create new programmes so please just ask if you have a group with a specific interest.

What’s included

¼ Return airport transfer

¼ Full Board homestay accommodation (half-board in New York City) in twin or triple room

¼ Welcome pack

¼ Local orientation tour

¼ Travelcard / Bus pass

¼ Full programme of activities

¼ Certificate of completion in English Plus [subject]

(hotel or residential accommodation optionssubject to availability and supplement)

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Sample Programme*

Year Round - Oxford International Brighton

Academics

15 or 20 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

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Highlights

¼ Central sea side school located a few minutes walk to the beach

¼ Friendly and welcoming homestay accommodation

¼ Fantastic art and cultural scene in Brighton, with over 7 miles of coastline

¼ World famous Pier and Royal

¼ Pavilion amongst other historical attractions

Programmes

Lessons only: Start on any day

Lessons and Activities: Start on any day (please bring your own lunch)

Full Programme: Arrive on any day

Location

Oxford International Brighton, 10 Brunswick Place, Hove, Brighton BN3 1NA

Transport

Airports:

¼ Heathrow:

¼ Gatwick:

¼ Stansted

Groups are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will escort the group to the agreed meeting point.

Bus: Local bus service available throughout Brighton area.

Travelcards:

unlimited travel on the Brighton city bus network.

Accommodation

¼ Twin or triple full-board homestay sharing options. Homestays are approximately 45 minutes to school by bus. Stay with a family for an authentic living in the UK experience.

Standard Package

¼ 7 nights full board homestay (sharing rooms for students, singles for leaders)

¼ Return airport transfers

¼ 15 hours General English tuition

¼ All study materials, entrance test and end of course certificate

¼ Bus pass for entirety of stay

¼ Orientation tour

Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Lessons & Testing Orientation Tour of Brighton

Day 3 Lessons Brighton Palace Pier, Beach and Marina

Day 4 Lessons Visit Seven Sisters by public bus

Day 5 Lessons Orienteering Activity – Photo Challenge

Day 6 Lessons Visit Lewes by public bus (optional entrance to castle) Relax at accommodation

Day 7 Full day excursion to London by coach with Politics & Royalty Walking Tour Visit the British Museum & explore Covent Garden Relax at accommodation

Day 8 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ English Plus courses

¼ iGCSE courses

¼ World of Work syllabus

¼ High School Integration packages

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals - Full board

Breakfast and dinner will be with families and a packed lunch will be provided. The first meal will be dinner on arrival and the last meal will be packed lunch on departure.

Facilities

¼ Host families will have Wi-Fi that students can use.

¼ All students should bring towels and toiletries

If staying for longer than one week, laundry can be done on a weekly basis at host families and should be arranged with the

Junior group students (under 14) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out

Junior group students (14-15) must be at home by 8pm each evening. they are not allowed out again after this

Junior group students (16-17) must be home by 11pm.

Individual junior students (under 16) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out

Individual junior students (16) must be home by 9pm

Individual junior students (17) must be home by 11pm. Requests for alternative curfews can be made by the group pre-arrival by contacting the Admissions team However, prior agreement from the homestay is required

Oxford International Brighton

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For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/oxford-internationalbrighton

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Sample Programme*

Year Round - Oxford International London Greenwich

Academics

15 or 20 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Old Royal Naval College

Highlights

¼ 8 minutes to London Bridge by train

¼ UNESCO World Heritage site

¼ Full London experience

Programmes

Lessons only: Start on any day

Lessons and Activities: Start on any day (please bring your own lunch)

Full Programme: Arrive on any day

Location

Oxford International London Greenwich, 259 Greenwich High Road, London SE10 8NB

Transport Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 1hr 20min

¼ Gatwick:

¼ Stansted

Groups are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will escort the group to the agreed meeting point.

Bus: 188 from Greenwich Church Street goes to central London via Waterloo and Embankment. Buses to Lewisham include the 180 and 199.

Rail: Trains from Greenwich station go to Cannon Street every 10 minutes. The DLR from Cutty Sark goes to Bank via Canary Wharf.

Travelcards:

Accommodation

¼ Twin or triple full-board homestay sharing options. Homestays are approximately 45 minutes to school by bus. Stay with a family for an authentic living in the UK experience.

Standard Package

¼ 7 nights full board homestay (sharing rooms for students, singles for leaders)

¼ Return airport transfers

¼ 15 hours General English tuition

¼ All study materials, entrance test and end of course certificate

¼ Travelcard for entirety of stay

¼ Orientation tour

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ English Plus courses

¼ iGCSE courses

¼ World of Work syllabus

¼ High School Integration packages

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals - Full board

Breakfast and dinner will be with families and a packed lunch will be provided. The first meal will be dinner on arrival and the last meal will be packed lunch on departure.

Facilities

¼ Host families will have Wi-Fi that students can use.

¼ All students should bring towels and toiletries

If staying for longer than one week, laundry can be done on a weekly basis at host families and should be arranged with the

Junior group students (under 14) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out

Junior group students (14-15) must be at home by 8pm each evening. they are not allowed out again after this

Junior group students (16-17) must be home by 11pm.

Individual junior students (under 16) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out

Individual junior students (16) must be home by 9pm

Individual junior students (17) must be home by 11pm.

Requests for alternative curfews can be made by the group pre-arrival by contacting the Admissions team However, prior agreement from the homestay is required

Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Lessons & Testing Orientation Tour including entrance to the Royal Observatory

Day 3 Lessons Politics & Royalty Walking Tour – See Westminster, Buckingham Palace & Trafalgar Square

Day 4 Lessons Visit the British Museum & Covent Garden

Day 5 Lessons Thameside Walking Tour – See the Shard, Tower Bridge, the Globe, St Paul’s Cathedral

Day 6 Lessons Explore Leicester Square & Piccadilly Circus Relax at accommodation

Day 7 Full day excursion to Oxford by coach with walking tour Visit the Ashmolean Museum

Relax at accommodation

Day 8 Departures Departures Departures

*Activities are sample only, can change depending on the length of the programme.

For more images visit our Instagram: oijuniorprogrammes

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For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/oxford-internationallondon-greenwich

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Year Round - Oxford International Oxford

Academics

15 or 20 hours of General English per week

Maximum class size: 18

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

College in Oxford

Highlights

¼ Fantastic city centre year-round school

¼ Surrounded by historical buildings and famous colleges

¼ Full-day excursions available, including to London, Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, Stonehenge and Bath

Programmes

Lessons only: Start on any day

Lessons and Activities: Start on any day (please bring your own lunch)

Full Programme: Arrive on any day

Location

Oxford International Oxford, Pembroke House, Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP

Transport Airports:

¼ Heathrow: 1hr

¼ Gatwick: 2hrs

¼ Stansted : 2hrs

Groups are met at the airport by an Activity Leader who will escort the group to the agreed meeting point.

Bus: Local bus service available throughout Oxford area.

Travelcards: Weekly Oxford bus passes available on request.

Accommodation

¼ Twin or triple full-board homestay sharing options. Homestays are approximately 45 minutes to school by bus. Stay with a family for an authentic living in the UK experience.

Radcliffe Camera Punting

Standard Package

¼ 7 nights full board homestay (sharing rooms for students, singles for leaders)

¼ Return airport transfers

¼ 15 hours General English tuition

¼ All study materials, entrance test and end of course certificate

¼ Travelcard for entirety of stay

¼ Orientation tour

Sample Programme*

Morning Afternoon

Day 1 Arrivals Arrivals

Day 2 Lessons & Testing Orientation Tour of Oxford

Day 3 Lessons Visit the Ashmolean Museum

Day 4 Lessons

Orienteering Activity – Photo Challenge

Day 5 Lessons Visit Oxford University Press & Oxford Oratory

Day 6 Lessons Shopping at the Oxford Covered Market and Westgate Shopping Centre

Day 7 Full day excursion to London by coach with Politics & Royalty Walking Tour

Visit the British Museum & explore Covent Garden

Day 8 Departures Departures Departures *Activities

the programme.

Additional options available**:

¼ Trinity GESE exam

¼ English Plus courses

¼ iGCSE courses

¼ World of Work syllabus

¼ High School Integration packages

**(Supplements and minimum numbers may apply)

Meals - Full board

Breakfast and dinner will be with families and a packed lunch will be provided. The first meal will be dinner on arrival and the last meal will be packed lunch on departure.

Facilities

¼ Host families will have Wi-Fi that students can use.

¼ All students should bring towels and toiletries

Laundry

If staying for longer than one week, laundry can be done on a weekly basis at host families and should be arranged with the

Junior group students (under 14) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out

Junior group students (14-15) must be at home by 8pm each evening. they are not allowed out again after this

Junior group students (16-17) must be home by 11pm.

Individual junior students (under 16) must be home every evening unless specified by the school. Must not go out

Individual junior students (16) must be home by 9pm

Individual junior students (17) must be home by 11pm.

Requests for alternative curfews can be made by the group pre-arrival by contacting the Admissions team However, prior agreement from the homestay is required Churchill Hospital, Old Road, Headington,

King Edward Street Medical

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For more information:

Please contact your regional manager or email: oijuniorprogrammes@oxfordinternational.com or visit: oxfordinternationaljuniors.com/centres/oxford-internationaloxford

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Oxford International San Diego

10+ years*

Excursion Highlights

Dates Available all year round (subject to availability).

¼ Experience the sunny city of San Diego

¼ Visit Coronado Island, Balboa Park and USS Midway Museum

¼ Excursions to San Diego Zoo and Belmont Park

Academics

15-30 hour per week programmes available

Average class size: 9-10

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Accommodation Types

¼ Homestay accommodation: Qualified and welcoming families provide students with twin or triple rooms, a place to study and the experience of living with a North American family.

Airport Transfer Times

San Diego: 20min • LAX: 2hrs 45min

Recommended English + courses

¼ English + Surfing

¼ English + Business

¼ English + Fun in the Sun

Oxford International New York City

Dates Available all year round (subject to availability).

Excursion Highlights

¼ Explore world-famous Manhattan

¼ Visit Times Square, Central Park, The MoMA, and more!

¼ Excursion to see the Statue of Liberty

Academics

15-30 hour per week programmes available

Average class size: 12

English levels: Elementary – Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Accommodation Types

Homestay accommodation: Qualified and welcoming families provide students with double rooms, a place to study and the experience of living with a North American family.

Airport Transfer Times

JFK: 55min • LGA: 35min

Recommended English + courses

¼ English + Fashion

¼ English + Business

¼ English + STEM

Oxford International Toronto

Groups & Individuals 10+ years*

Dates: Available year round (subject to availability)

Excursion Highlights

¼ Explore the vibrant downtown Toronto

¼ Visit the top attractions around the city

¼ Excursions to Niagara Falls and the CN Tower

Academics

15-30 hour per week programmes available

Average class size: 13-14

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Oxford International Halifax

Groups & Individuals 10+ years*

Dates: Available year round (subject to availability)

Excursion Highlights

¼ Visit the Natural History Museum, downtown Halifax and some of Canada’s most impressive coastlines

¼ Experience one of Canada’s most historic cities

Academics 15-30 hour per week programmes available

Average class size: 12-14 English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Airport Transfer Times

Halifax Stanfield: 30min

Recommended English + courses

¼ English + Hockey

¼ English + Business

¼ English + University Preparation

Accommodation Types

Airport Transfer Times

Toronto Pearson: 40min

Recommended English + courses

¼ English + Hockey

¼ English + Digital Design

¼ English + University Preparation

Accommodation Types

Homestay accommodation: Qualified and welcoming families provide students with twin rooms, a place to study and the experience of living with a North American family.

Homestay accommodation: Qualified and welcoming families provide students with twin rooms, a place to study and the experience of living with a North American family. Halifax

Oxford International Vancouver

Groups & Individuals 10+ years*

Dates: Available year round (subject to availability)

Excursion Highlights

¼ Explore the beautiful landscape and the bustling city

¼ Visit the top attractions in the downtown

¼ Excursions to Whistler and Grouse Mountain

Academics 15-30 hour per week programmes available

Average class size: 13-14

English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels).

Airport Transfer Times

Vancouver International: 40min

Recommended English + courses

¼ English + Film

¼ English + Robotics

¼ English + Global Leadership & 21st Century Skills

Accommodation Types

Homestay accommodation: Qualified and welcoming families provide students with twin rooms, a place to study and the experience of living with a North American family.

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Oxford International Junior Programmes understands that occasionally slightly younger/older siblings or friends may wish to come in a group. Oxford International Junior Programmes reserves the right to accept students who are slightly younger or older than the advertised minimum/maximum age. These exceptional requests must be approved by our admissions team in advance. Appropriate welfare and safeguarding provisions will apply.

OI Digital Institute

OI Digital Institute is the global destination for high-quality, academicfocused and accredited online courses. We deliver a wide range of online educational courses and professional training to help students across the globe reach their education and professional goals. By reducing barriers to high-quality education, we are helping people from all over the world to learn without limits.

OI Digital Institute for Juniors

Learn the foundations of the English language and practice the four main skills of language production from home with our virtual classroom. Study Oxford International’s British Council accredited syllabus from anywhere in the world in small class sizes or personalised 1:1 tuition. Our experienced and qualified teachers can work with your students from the comfort of their own home.

Academics

We can provide English classes for different academic levels to ensure your students get the most out the classes. As much as possible we recommend your group are all one level to ensure the most appropriate teaching.

A1: Elementary

A2: PreIntermediate

B1: Intermediate

Why study online?

¼ Choose your day, time and length of study

¼ Flexible class sizes (small groups 4-10 students max)

¼ Larger, lecture style lessons available (no maximum number of students)

¼ Choice of syllabus or course

¼ Pre-course placement test available

How to book?

To book your course visit: oidigitalinstitute.com

¼ Interactive lessons with fully qualified, experienced, native speaker teachers

¼ Online activity programme available

¼ Complementary homework if required

¼ Online Oxford International Certificate on completion of course

Accreditations

B2: UpperIntermediate

C1: Advanced C2: Proficiency

More from OI Digital Institute

We deliver a wide range of online educational courses and professional training to help students across the globe reach their education and professional goals.

Higher Education

Equipping students with the language and academic skills to apply for and succeed at all levels of university.

¼ Pre-sessional English

¼ English Language Level Test (ELLT)

¼ Preparation for the ELLT

¼ Pre-Masters in Business & Management

¼ PhD Preparation Courses

¼ International Foundation Programme

¼ Academic English for University

¼ English Skills Booster

Teacher Training

Training the future great English language teachers and teaching industry professionals.

¼ Trinity CertTESOL

¼ Trinity DipTESOL

¼ Short Courses for Teachers

¼ Teaching Teenagers

¼ Teaching Younger Learners

Professional Qualifications

Preparing professionals for success in their industry certifications and progress in their careers.

¼ English for Aviation Tests Preparation

¼ Occupational English Test Preparation

¼ SELT Test Preparation

¼ IELTS & Cambridge Exam Preparation

Career Entry

Providing opportunities and on job training for graduates to begin their international career.

¼ Virtual Internships

English Language

Delivering class leading specialist English language courses to students of all ages.

¼ General English for Adults

¼ General English for Juniors

¼ 21st Century Business

¼ English for Creative Writing

¼ English for Journalism

¼ English for Customer Service

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Oxford Interntational is proud to be accredited by the British Council for the teaching of English online.

Take Your Studies Further About Oxford International

At Oxford International, we offer a range of educational programmes that give students the opportunity to further their academic studies.

University Partnerships Worldwide

In addition to our English language schools, we provide high-quality education through our university pathway programmes and in-home tuition opportunities. Each year our programmes help more than 25,000 students achieve academic success. With our University partners, we establish on-campus embedded colleges where students study integrated undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in a range of subjects.

Partner with Us

Over our 32 year history, we have built strong relationships with over 5,000 recruitment partners, providing education opportunities for over 500,000 students. We pride ourselves in partnering with agents who are passionate about delivering the best experiences for every student.

Corporate Team:

Schools Team

London Greenwich 259 Greenwich High Road, London, SE10 8NB +44(0)208 312 8072

New York City 226 W 37th Street, 11th Floor, New York City, NY 10018 +1-646-767-0081

Brighton

10 Brunswick Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN3 1NA

+44(0)1273 323 220

Oxford

Vancouver 250 – 815 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, V6C 1B4, Canada +1 604 688 7942

www.oxfordinternational.com/university-pathways

Oxford International Pathway Colleges

We are a level 3 pathway college offering international students one-year pre-university foundation courses designed to provide them with an entry route to university in the UK.

Our educational purpose is to ensure students receive high-quality teaching and support from a dedicated team of experienced tutors who will help them settle into academic life in the UK. Throughout their time with us, students will receive individualised support from pre-arrival to progression.

Our pathways colleges are situated in Oxford and London Greenwich, and provide students with fantastic facilities, high-quality academic support and a vibrant community as they prepare for university.

Oxford International English Language Schools

We provide a range of English language courses for students 16 and above in the UK, Canada and the USA. Choose from schools in London, Oxford, Brighton, Vancouver, Halifax, Toronto, New York City and San Diego with courses in General English, Professional English, Exam English and Specialist English.

www.oxfordinternationalenglish.com

Gary Palmer - Managing Director, OIDI & EL UK

Sharon Curl - Managing Director, North America

Paul Hurcombe - Head of UK EL

Alex Dolata - Senior Programs Director, North America

36-37 Pembroke Street, Oxford , OX1 1BP +44(0)1865 791 108

Halifax 1256 Barrington St Halifax, NS B3J 1Y6 +1 902 491 1526

Toronto 220 - 111 Peter Street, Toronto, ON, M5V 2H1, Canada +1 416 542 1626

San Diego 415 Broadway, San Diego, CA, 92101 , USA +1 619 233 0355

Follow us on Instagram to see our students in action:

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Our Core Values

Our Core Values are at the heart of our business. They define who we are, how we work and guide how we act with each other and with other stakeholders. They're in our DNA.

Integrity

Care

We build relationships through trust, honesty and respect.

We put our students and their goals at the heart of everything we do.

Passion & Pride

Beginnings

Founders receive £5k loan from the Prince’s Trust. Oxford International launches first Summer School and first University tours

1991

2013 Acquisition of Eurocentres Toronto, Vancouver and Canadian Adult Language schools

2014 San Diego is added to our centres in North America

2014 Private equity investment from Bowmark Capital

2017 Launch of DMU Europe Direct Recruitment Services

We acquire the Greenwich School of English and establish our first Adult English language school 1993

Creativity

We love what we do and strive for excellence.

We are not afraid to be different and we celebrate innovation.

2017 International College Dundee begins teaching integrated Bachelors and Masters courses

De Montfort University International College, our first embedded college, opens its doors 2013

Bangor University International College welcomes their first cohort of international students 2016

2020 Launch of Oxford International Digital Institute 2021 Launch of New York City English School

We launched our first embedded college in London, University of Greenwich International College 2018

2019 Launch of Bangor University South East Asia Direct Recruitment

2021 Management investment by THI

2021 San Francisco State University joins our University Partnerships

Aquisition of East Coast Language School in Halifax

Oh, and we believe that a goes a long way…

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2022

Our story continues...

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