Oxford College，Summer Programme 2019
Oxford has a distinctive collegiate structure. Students and academics benefit from belonging both to the University, a large, internationally-renowned institution, and to a College or hall, a small, interdisciplinary academic community.
There are 38 Oxford Colleges, which are financially independent and self-governing, but relate to the central University in a kind of federal system. There are also six permanent private halls, which are similar to Colleges except that they tend to be smaller, and were founded by particular Christian denominations. The Colleges and halls are close academic communities, which bring together students and researchers from different disciplines, cultures and countries. This helps to foster the outstanding research achievement that has made Oxford a leader in so many fields.
Royal Oxbridge Academy (Hong Kong)
A summary of the project
In order to broaden the horizons of more students, We invite students to go to College (part of the University of Oxford) and enjoy the authentic study experience for 2-3 weeks.
During the course, students will be focusing on current British economic issues and economic status. There are also courses focusing on English writing and English contemporary culture.
1. Students will be living in student accommodations, and they will dine together at the antique College dining hall.
2. Students will be taught in the College classroom so that they can feel the unique learning atmosphere and the charming English culture.
3. Visit many famous English tourist attractions.
4. Resident students will get involved in the progress of learning.
5.Certificate of Completion will be offered by College, University of Oxford.
Candy Lan （Msc Oxon）
Please contact the Admissions Officer at Oxford College:
Lan Qiuqin (Oxford University Master's degree graduate) Hong Kong Tel: 852-91213019, Mainland Tel: 86-13902998907. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org to request an entry form, a course form, an entry process, etc.
For students who have successfully completed their studies, a certificate of completion signed by the Dean of the Dean of the University of Oxford University will be issued.
The content of the course
(1) Introduction to the on-campus curriculum
1. Lectures: Teaching students in a teachable manner, with a focus on the systematic transfer of knowledge.
2. Workshop: Develop awareness of active participation in classroom teaching, the ability to learn independently and the habit of thinking independently.
3. Team work: Team completion projects to develop the lack of team work in domestic education to solve problems.
4. The visiting program uses Oxford University's most famous mentor system, where tutors and students maintain regular communication, teach on merit, and discover the unique flash points of each student.
Summary of courses:
1. Public courses: Introduction to Oxford University and Application for Admission, Basic English/Business English, British Architecture, Contemporary Art, British Culture, Self-Excavation.
2. Professional courses: Humanities, Economics, Finance, Management, Law, Information Engineering, Media and Communication, Western Arts, Film Video Editing. (One class of 15 people, customizable on demand.)
3. Oxford speciality experience: table manners, Oxford River boating, filmmaking, university choirs, English theatre or concerts, etc.
(2) Cultural activities on campus.
1. Take part in traditional British sports: relax by boat paddleon on the Chawell River, or have a Barbecue reception in a riverside cabin.
2. An official dinner at Oxford University College;
3. Oxford University tour, including the world's first public museum, the Ashmore Museum, the famous Sigh Bridge, the film "Harry. St. Christ's College, where Porter was filmed.
(3) Humanities Inspection.
1. Take a boat tour of the Thames, Big Ben, take the London Eye, visit Buckingham Palace, the royal residence of the British Royal Palace, 10 Downing Street, and visit the world's oldest and grandest British Museum;
2. Churchill Manor Tour;
3. Feel the town of Bath and Stonehenge.
(4) Closing exhibition:
Students will complete their studies as a group to present their group's plans. A jury of professors and lecturers asks questions, scores, selects the best teams, awards the best presentation awards, and awards certificates of completion.