Oxford Ladies' College is a small Independent Day College for girls up to the age of 25 where we believe that education is an important route to social inclusion and enhancing career prospects. Along with flexible academic and vocational study opportunities, social skills and etiquette are taught, valued and reinforced as a solid foundation for learning and building confidence.
Free Online Study Skills Course Sign Up Today Full details on our Study Skills page
FREE ASDAN UNIVERSITIES AWARD
There are still a limited number of free places for girls aged 18 - 25 for our one year part-time ASDAN Universities Award starting April 2014 in Oxford.
Full details can be found on our Universities Award page.
- NO FEES
- YOU DON'T NEED PRIOR QUALIFICATIONS
- FLEXIBLE PROGRESSION ROUTES
- FLEXIBLE TUTORIAL TIMES
Oxford Ladies' College
A new college - old traditions
Independent education with a traditional ethos in a friendly, enthusiastic and
We are committed to helping girls up to the age of 25 who missed out on
traditional qualifications at school or college to return to flexible study and
Our Upper School provides flexible opportunities for girls ages 18 - 25 to start
or return to study. We will be running our first free part-time ASDAN Universities
Award for Upper School girls in April 2014.
Our FREE Study Skills Award is now available on line to girls anywhere in the
World - see our Study Skills page
IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
We believe that success at any level of study depends on attitude, self-motivation
and self-discipline which are all important when developing independent study
skills in preparation for a career or further study at college or university.
Students are welcome to apply for entry from all backgrounds and our FREE Study
Skills course can be taken online from anywhere in the word.
SIX REASONS WHY EDUCATION IS IMPORTANT
"Literacy, language and numeracy give us access to opportunities, challenges and
Being able to read and understand all kinds of texts and documents, whether for
work, information or pleasure.
Putting your ideas down in writting so that others know what you mean and can
engage with your thinking.
Being good at both speaking and listening so that you are confident and effective
when having conversations in different contexts with different people.
For speakers of other languages, being able to do all of the things listed above, in
Not being frightend of numbers, being able to keep account of your money and to
undesrstand other figures, as well as handling data and being able to deal with
measurements, shapes and space."
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Oxford Ladies' College is proud to be a local supporter of the NHS Change4Life campaign.
Oxford Ladies' College is a British Safety Council Approved Centre (Centre No. OXF06133) for delivery of the Entry Level Award in Workplace Hazard Awareness.
Oxford Ladies' College is an ASDAN registered education Network Partner (Centre No. 34783).
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