Oxford International is a foundation provider which was originated in 1938, offering thousands of international students a wide range of courses across the UK.
Oxford International has five colleges located within its partner universities. The University of Dundee in Scotland, the University of Greenwich in London, De Montfort University in Leicester, the University of Bradford in northern England and Bangor University in northern Wales.
Oxford International university partners hold many academic strengths in a variety of fields including art and design, life sciences and research and business and enterprise. The University of Dundee is in the top 200 universities worldwide.
All international students have access to the partner university facilities as if they were a full-time degree programme. These include state-of-the-art sports facilities, extensive libraries and a wide range of societies and clubs that all students can join.
Students studying on a programme with Oxford International will receive excellent teaching from experienced tutors in small class sizes. Dedicated teams are available to assist with welfare or academic problems and are always there to help.