Oxford International Pathway College – London is a level 3 pathway college offering international students one-year pre-university foundation courses designed to provide them with an entry route to university in the UK. OIPC – London provides small class sizes for individual support, a diverse student community, experienced teachers and support staff, and a focus on ensuring the student has the course material and support they need to progress to one of Oxford International’s many progression universities! Some of these include:
- University of Greenwich
- Coventry University
- Ravensbourne University
- Staffordshire University
- The University of Central Lancashire
- University for the Creative Arts
- University of Bristol
- University of Essex
- and more!
Why Oxford International Pathway College – London
- Central location: OIPC – London is located just 15 minutes away from London’s city centre!
- Campus facilities: Students will be taught at Oxford International’s school in London Greenwich and will have full access to all resources offered by Greenwich University. This includes the Student’s Union, Counselling Centre, Student Advice Service, and student clubs. Students will also have access to the extensive library services on Stockwell Street, part of the University of Greenwich.
- Academic and progression support: The support team is always available to help students wherever they are on their learning journey. From practical advice to more intensive support – to make their time at the London Centre run as smoothly as possible. Additionally, Greenwich’s online Academic Skills Centre can help students improve their essay writing, research skills, presentation and exam techniques and any additional study skills they may need. Students will also have access to one-to-one tutorials with academic skills tutors and workshop sessions with subject librarians. All workshops are free and run throughout term time.
- Guaranteed progression: Once they have completed the course successfully (meeting all progression requirements), students will continue onto the next stage of their chosen degree course at university.