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Oxford House College has continued to grow in size since being founded in 1974, and is now among the UK’s most popular accredited English language schools. Over 7,000 international students join Oxford House College every year to improve their English ability, taking advantage of a maximum class size of 18 and experienced and professional staff.
A variety of different study options are offered, including general, intensive and private English for academic and English for business. Preparation for Cambridge examinations, advanced English, proficiency of English and teachers of English classes are also available.
A variety of accommodation options are available in each Oxford House location of central London, Oxford and Stratford. Homestay accommodation is the most popular choice, with Oxford House Colleges carefully selected providers proving the perfect location for international students wishing for a comfortable and easy going atmosphere to settle in and improve your English.
Oxford House College in Oxford is in the centre of the city, a short journey away from the oldest English speaking university in the world – the University of Oxford. Oxford is among the most historic and beautiful cities in the UK, and is the perfect location for any international student wishing to immerse themselves in the UK.
Oxford College London is on Oxford Street, one of the most famous shopping areas in the world. The college provides excellent class rooms (maximum size of 18 students) over five floors, with free wi-fi access and a student cafe.
Oxford House College Stratford is a short journey from the centre of London, close to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. It features a library, recreational area and small kitchen, plus computer work stations.
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