The Oxford and Cambridge Advanced Studies Program enables students to experience life as an Oxford or Cambridge undergraduate and network with like-minded, high-achieving students from around the world. The course takes place at Brasenose College, University of Oxford, or Magdalene College, University of Cambridge.
Students choose from a range of subjects to study at the first-year undergraduate university level to study from options including Business Management, Economics, Finance, Medicine, Political Science, Psychology, and many more.
Following the Oxbridge teaching method, students are taught in small classes of no more than eight students by passionate and knowledgeable tutors, who range from further education professionals to Ph.D. candidates from Oxford and Cambridge.
In addition to subject tutorials, students take part in University Preparation Masterclasses to build skills for university. Students also enjoy two 1:1 supervisions with each subject tutor at the beginning and end of the course.
Brasenose College was founded in 1509. The main site is located opposite the Radcliffe Camera in the center of Oxford. Bucksmore bedrooms and classrooms are located in Frewin Court, a minute’s walk from Cornmarket Street, Oxford’s busiest shopping area, whilst meals are taken in Old Court, next to the world-famous Radcliffe Camera.