Oxford


A world-famous historical city

Oxford


A world-famous historical city

Oxford is a wonderful place to live, visit or study.

Oxford has something for everyone – an incredibly rich history, some of the best museums in the world, exciting nightlife, beautiful parks and rivers, and a huge variety of cafes, restaurants and pubs.

On top of this, Oxford is only an hour away from central London by train, and is very well connected to other fantastic cities that can easily be visited for a daytrip or over a weekend. For nature lovers, Oxford is also a great base for exploring the beautiful surrounding countryside.

School activities

Kheiron School is a community and making friends and practising your English outside the classroom is very important.

In the summer, we organise activites such as ice-skating, visiting Oxford’s many University colleges, walks along the river and much more besides.

Oxford’s location also makes it easy to explore beyond the city – it is easy for students to make the most of their time in the UK by visiting fantastic places like London, Bath, Stonehenge, and the birthplace of Shakespeare at Stratford-upon-Avon.

School activities

Kheiron School is a community and making friends and practising your English outside the classroom is very important.

In the summer, we organise activites such as ice-skating, visiting Oxford’s many University colleges, walks along the river and much more besides.

Oxford’s location also makes it easy to explore beyond the city – it is easy for students to make the most of their time in the UK by visiting fantastic places like London, Bath, Stonehenge, and the birthplace of Shakespeare at Stratford-upon-Avon.

Getting to Oxford

The easiest and cheapest option is to take a bus which will stop at Oxford’s central bus station (Gloucester Green bus station).

The approximate cost of a bus depends on which airport you have travelled to and are as follows:

 

  • London Heathrow: £24 single/ £32 return.

  • London Gatwick: £29 single/ £38 return.

  • Luton: £20 single/ £34 return.

  • Stansted: £28 single/ £40 return.

(Prices correct as of 2019.)

You can also take a taxi from the airport (with a meet and greet service). Approximate prices are as follows:

 

  • London Heathrow: £135 (one way).

  • London Gatwick: £160 (one way).

  • Luton: £175 (one way).

  • Stansted: £175 (one way).

  • London City: £160 (one way).

(Prices correct as of 2019.)

It is very easy to get to Oxford form all the major airports in and around London.

The easiest and cheapest option is to take a bus which will stop at Oxford’s central bus station (Gloucester Green bus station).

The approximate cost of a bus depends on which airport you have travelled to and are as follows:

 

  • London Heathrow: £24 single/ £32 return.

  • London Gatwick: £29 single/ £38 return.

  • Luton: £20 single/ £34 return.

  • Stansted: £28 single/ £40 return.

You can also take a taxi from the airport (with a meet and greet service). Approximate prices are as follows:

 

  • London Heathrow: £135 (one way).

  • London Gatwick: £160 (one way).

  • Luton: £175 (one way).

  • Stansted: £175 (one way).

  • London City: £160 (one way).

(Prices correct as of 2019.)

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Closing dates


24 December, 2018 to 2 January, 2019. 19 April, 2019. 22 April, 2019. 6 May, 2019. 27 May, 2019. 26 August, 2019. 23 December, 2019 to 2 January, 2020.
All prices correct as of 2019.

I chose to study in Kheiron since it is a little school located in the heart of Oxford with excellent reviews and accredited by the British Council. As far I am concerned, my expectations were not disappointed from the first moment. Personally, it is the most suitable place in Oxford to learn English in a very stimulating atmosphere, where teachers are always focused on eliciting the best of you. What is more, they are continually adapting methodology and learning materials in order to make you reach a better comprehension and production of spoken English. Teachers are also friendly and animated, so you feel as if you had a second family in Oxford. I would doubtless come back!