Oxbridge Academic Programs welcomes intellectually adventurous 7th -12th grade students to residential spring and summer study programs in the great towns and universities of the world. Guided by professors, researchers, and creative professionals, students immerse themselves in any of over 200 disciplines.
For over 30 years, Oxbridge Academic Programs has been welcoming intellectually adventurous 7th -12th grade students to residential spring and summer study programs in the great towns and universities of the world. Guided by professors, researchers, and creative professionals, students from over 80 countries immerse themselves in any of over 200 fascinating disciplines and creative pursuits. Like college students, they choose Majors and Minors from subjects as varied as Law, Medicine, Business, Art, Fashion, or Psychology. Our programs take place in Oxford, Cambridge, St Andrews, Paris, Barcelona, Montpellier, Salamanca, and, in the US, in New York, Boston, and Los Angeles. Our professors use these great cultural centers as teaching tools, so that by the end of their stay students are deeply familiar both with the subjects they have chosen to study and the cities in which they have elected to live.
With the exception of the one to two week Oxford Spring and Summer Seminars, our programs run for four weeks during the summer. Each student selects a major course and a minor course. Major courses are held six days a week for three hours in the morning and the minor is held three days a week for two hours in the afternoon. Course sizes are kept to 15 students per class. The course work is inventive, engaging, and hands-on. Outside of class, students attend a variety of activities including, college visits, sports, walking tours, excursions, guest speakers, outings, museum tours, plays, etc. Depending on the location, students live in undergraduate university housing or in boarding schools.