Chemistry

Oxford
July - August
FROM £5895

Course Details

Chemistry is the study of all chemical reactions involved in daily activities. Our course covers various fields such as thermodynamics, biochemistry, and organometallic chemistry, and provides a collaborative learning experience with peers.

Accomodation

1. All accommodation in Oxford is located within Oxford University college grounds.

2. Each corridor has a pastoral member of staff who oversees students throughout the night.

3. Twin or single bedrooms are available with either shared or private bathroom facilities.

Tuition

1. Small group learning (no more than 8 students and often fewer) provides quality time with your teacher and ample opportunity to ask questions.

2. Interactive learning allows teachers to guide you through new concepts and assign practice tasks to build knowledge and skills.

3. Group work, independent research, and homework assignments can be discussed in class.

Extracurricular Activities:

1. Students will have time to explore Oxford and forge new friendships.

2. A programme of social activities, field trips, and excursions will be provided to bring learning to life.

3. The programme may include a day trip to London.

Oxford Summer Courses was established in 2010 by two Oxford University alumni, Harry Hortyn and Robert Phipps. Offering a diverse range of over 40 subjects tailored for ages 9 to 24, their summer courses are hosted at prestigious university colleges and boarding schools in iconic cities including Oxford, Cambridge, London, and more. In 2023 alone, over 2,380 students experienced Oxford Summer Courses.

1. All accommodation in Oxford is located within Oxford University college grounds.

2. Each corridor has a pastoral member of staff who oversees students throughout the night.

3. Twin or single bedrooms are available with either shared or private bathroom facilities.

1. Small group learning (no more than 8 students and often fewer) provides quality time with your teacher and ample opportunity to ask questions.

2. Interactive learning allows teachers to guide you through new concepts and assign practice tasks to build knowledge and skills.

3. Group work, independent research, and homework assignments can be discussed in class.

1. Students will have time to explore Oxford and forge new friendships.

2. A programme of social activities, field trips, and excursions will be provided to bring learning to life.

3. The programme may include a day trip to London.

Location:

Oxford

Fees from:

FROM £5895

Typical duration:

Dates:

July - August

Age Range:

13-15

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