Please check the course dates carefully as each course's schedule and holidays may be different.
Weekly course hours – 20
Age Range - 15-17 yrs
Oxford University is one of the most prestigious universities in the world, with a history of over 800 years. The summer program gives students insight into what it is like to study at university and allows them to make friends from around the world.
The Law course at Oxford is designed for aspiring lawyers and judges, and others who wish to gain a deeper understanding of the justice system. The Law course focuses on key legal concepts in addition to debate and legal argumentation. Students learn about different areas of professional study within law. They also engage in case studies to analyze a wide range of legal theories. Through our Micro-Internship Programme, students have the opportunity to visit real-life workplaces and talk to professionals in the field.
Language Level Required: Intermediate (B1) and Above
The Time to Shine program allows students to demonstrate their skills and focuses on presentation, communication, and working as a team. During the course, students participate in a mock legal trial and work in groups to develop a case for the defense or prosecution. The mock trial culminates in a complete trial legal simulation, with judges, lawyers, prosecutors and defendants.
Featured Modules (Sample) Module 1 - Tort Law Module 2 - Criminal Law Module 3 - Human Rights Law
The summer school program includes:
Students also gain access to an online learning platform "The Future Skills Programme" which consists of several short online courses that teach communication, leadership, and other practical skills.
Food and Accommodation
Students live at Oxford University student accommodation in Wycliff Hall. Student rooms are single or twin study bedrooms. Male and female students are housed in separate parts of the dormitory, with shared spaces in common. Dormitories and other facilities are cleaned regularly. Weekly laundry service is included.
A full social program is included as part of all Oxford summer courses. Organized activities include sports, museum visits, and punting, as well as the opportunities for students to have leisure time in the city centre. Other offerings include Formal College Dining and trips to the theatre. Students can also explore Oxford in their free time.
Airport transfers are available at supplementary cost.
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Any course for a student under the age of 18 includes a transportation option.
Our packages are designed to be all-inclusive. We will contact you after checkout with info of exact items included.