Oxford International College is committed to ensuring that admission decisions will be made by a process that is free from any discrimination on the grounds of disability; race; ethnic or national origin; gender; religion or belief (assuming that, in the case of the latter, the prospective pupil and parents agree to support the ethos of the college as described in the prospectus, website and other literature). The
college must also feel reasonably sure that we are able to educate and develop the prospective pupil to the best of his or her potential, so that there is every chance that the pupil will have a happy, fulfilling and successful college career.
Our students will grow up knowing that all people are of equal worth and to respect and value the difference between people and to celebrate the richness that there is in diversity.
We aim to make our physical environment as accessible as is possible within the constraints of our building and to create conditions where every member of our college community will get the full benefit of our education and resources. We are fully committed to the active promotion of equality of opportunity for all students, tutors and staff at the college.
To start the application to OIC, you need to fill in an application form and send it to us. Whether that’s for GCSE or A-level applications. Once it reaches our Admissions Officer, we will be in touch directly to learn more about you. You will be asked to complete our own admissions tests and, if you’re successful, attend a Skype interview.
After that, you will receive a final decision letter.
“Thank you for continual effort and support of all staff of Oxford International College to my daughter who completed A Level study in June 2016 and started her undergraduate law study at Leicester University this September.”
“The one-to-one tutorials and personalised teaching at Oxford International College helped me fulfil my dream of scoring all A grades at A-level and reading Chemical Engineering at Imperial College, London.”