Oxford Sixth Form College
Oxford Sixth Form College is a highly successful independent college in the heart of Oxford, specialising in A-Level, BTEC and GCSE courses for students aged 15-19.
We strongly believe that one size does not fit all. Every student has different aspirations and abilities and through a focused, inclusive admissions process, small class sizes (maximum of 8 at A-Level) and individual holistic support from Senior Tutors, we provide an environment in which students can really thrive and pursue their own personal path.
And the results speak for themselves.
Our exam results in 2019 propelled us to the top 1% of schools and colleges in England for progress at A-Level and across the past three years nearly one third of our students have progressed to a QS World Top 100 university (www.qs.com/rankings)
Our students progress to a wide range of degree programmes at top UK universities, including business management and economics; mathematics, engineering and computer science; medicine; law; art and creative media; history and international relations.
Whilst the biggest percentage of our students are British (25%), with a cohort of over 40 nationalities we celebrate and welcome the cultural diversity and global outlook that this brings to the college. Our central-Oxford location provides students with the best of British culture at their doorstep and our curriculum ensures an authentic UK education experience.
Being part of the Nord Anglia Education family of schools means that we can take your sixth form experience beyond the classroom, through expeditions, collaborations with world-renowned organisations such as MIT and Unicef, and working with students at Nord Anglia schools across the world through Global Campus.
Oxford Sixth Form College can provide students what they need to help you reach their goals, whether that’s a strong support network, a university applications expert, a focused learning hub, or their own personal mentor.
“My time here has been a highlight and pivotal moment in my experience and perspective of education, I have found new friends, better support, considered teaching and generally I have experienced the happiest two years I have ever experienced whilst enrolled in education.”
Coco, UK, Now studying Fashion Photography at Falmouth University