Myths & superstitions

As well as a host of exciting activities ranging from ice-skating to visiting Bletchley Park, the Oxford Advanced Studies students have been racing ahead with their academic pursuits. A full program ensures that these Bucksmore students utilise the best in academia that the University of Oxford has to offer. Daily tutorials in multiple subjects give […]

Bucksmore summer programmes

Brasenose students say goodbye on a Oxbridge Challenge

Our very successful sojourn at the historic Brasenose College, Oxford University has come to an end, our having hosted impressive groups of bright young students from around the globe. The feedback from the Oxford Tutors, who ran a diverse series of tutorials in 16 different potential university study choices, was extremely positive, as was the […]

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The end of an era for Brasenose students!

Sunday saw the week start with a lazy afternoon of shopping at Bicester Village followed by a relaxed evening of studies and lazing in the sunshine. Bicester Village houses a range of luxury designer outlets at a discount price enabling students to indulge themselves in some retail therapy after an extremely busy week. The week […]

Final session students at Brasenose go to Bicester village

On Monday, the newly arrived students had a tour of Oxford in order to familiarise themselves with the university and the town. Students visited Merton College, one of the oldest colleges within the university and explored the many ice cream and milkshake stores within the Covered Market. In the evening, the students had a ‘pub’ […]

London, ice skating and food tasting!

The week at OASP kicked off on the 4th July with a tour of Oxford City looking at Merton and Magdalen Colleges as well as the Covered Market and vintage sweet stores. That evening we celebrated the 4th of July in style with all-American food, drink, cowboy hats, bunting and party games helping to establish […]

Oxford tutors impressed with the OASP students

Our impressive 2016 Bucksmore OASP students settled in quickly and happily. The students have been remarkably committed, diligent and courteous in their handling of the programme. The staff have all commented on this with the Oxford tutors being encouraged by the depth of knowledge and understanding that they are encountering. The first week has been […]

Shakespeare 400th Anniversary

Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary Celebrations

Celebrating the famous script-writer William Shakespeare’s achievements, a year of cultural and artistic events are taking place across London to commemorate the 400th anniversary of his death. With some of his most famous pieces including ‘Romeo and Juliet’, ‘Hamlet’, ‘Macbeth’ and ‘The Tempest’, the events will be comprising of theatre, music, opera, dance and exhibitions with an […]