Adult Summer Courses
- General English and Culture Programme
- Business English
- Legal English
- General English and Oxford
- Introduction to Shakespeare
- Jane Austen: Her Novels, Life and Times
- Writers of the Great War
- Creative Writing - Fiction
- Stately Homes and Country Gardens
- Interface Between Religion, Science and Philosophy
- Introduction to Psychology
|Corpus Christi - College Information|
Students will be accommodated in single rooms which are typical student bedrooms. A limited number of en-suite rooms are available on request which can be booked at an additional cost. Twin or double rooms are also available for couples.
A three-course served dinner is provided to students daily in the College dining hall. Students can also make use of the chapel for quiet reflection or study and the college common room and gardens.
About Corpus Christi
Founded in 1517, Corpus Christi is the 12th oldest college in Oxford. The College played a central role in the translation of the King James Bible and its library was praised by the Humanist scholar Erasmus. For further information, please consult the college website, where there are sections on many aspects of the College including its history. The Pelican features on the famous ’Pelican Sundial’ in the main quadrangle built by Charles Turnbull in 1581, the college flag, and the college crested tie.
Notable Alumni of the College include the educational reformer Thomas Arnold, philosopher Isaiah Berlin, the writer Vikram Seth, the leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband and his brother David Miliband MP.
Corpus Christi is beautifully situated on Merton Street with its small quadrangles poised between the hustle and bustle of the city centre and the tranquillity of Christ Church Meadow.
Oxford OX1 4JF
Oxford Royale Academy main office: 0845 130 6021
Porter's lodge: 01865 276700