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Enrolments are now open for Oxford Royale Summer Schools’ world-class Summer School on the campus of the University of St Andrews, in Scotland.
Secure your place for 2019 online today and join studentsfrom more than 130 countries next summer.Ages 16 - 18 July 2019
In July 2019, an exclusive group of international students will have the opportunity to live and study at our St Andrews summer camp. Founded in 1413, St Andrews is the oldest university in Scotland. It pre-dates Edinburgh (founded in 1582) by almost 170 years, and sits proudly alongside Oxford and Cambridge in the top three oldest UK universities.
As with all Oxford Royale Summer Schools summer programmes, the focus of each student’s stay at our premium St Andrews summer school will be on achieving learning objectives designed to help them succeed at school, university and beyond. We have a range of engaging academic options from which students can choose - click here to view our full list of St Andrews summer courses. Students will be taught by teachers from the Oxford Royale Summer Schools faculty, consisting of top academics and industry experts, all of whom are passionate about passing the benefits of their knowledge and experience to their summer students. More than 17,000 ambitious students from around the world have joined our academic summer schools in previous years. Read on for more information about our St Andrews summer camp, or click here to apply now.
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The Law School preparation programme combines sessions devoted to the process of applying to law school with sessions in which students will learn about an aspect of law and then debate it.
This course is designed for students who are considering applying to British medical schools, who might like to know more about the different courses available and the specific application processes, and who would like to receive some personalised advice on how to start writing their personal statements.
This course is for students who are considering applying to British medical schools, who want to know more about the courses available and the application processes, and would like personalised advice on writing personal statements.
The Business and Enterprise Programme is designed to provide students aged 16-18 with a summer course consisting of both academic classes in international business and group activities focusing on leadership. The course is aimed at students who plan to study business at university – the business leaders of the future!/p>
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Live and learn in truly historic surroundings
The University of St Andrews is the oldest university in Scotland, and the third-oldest seat of higher education in the United Kingdom after Oxford and Cambridge. Officially founded in 1413 after a blessing from Pope Benedict XIII, teaching has taken place in the university and its host town of Saint Andrews for more than 600 years.
Prepare for university at the premier academic summer school in Scotland
For all Oxford Royale Summer Schools programmes, there’s one thing at the forefront of everyone’s mind - academic progress. We are determined to help our students aged 16-18 on their educational journeys towards university and beyond, by providing them with unique experiences and the opportunity to study new subjects and open their minds to new ideas.
Our summer school in Scotland provides students with the chance to engage with the history, culture and environment of the country in a number of ways. Students will have the opportunity to visit Edinburgh, and the University of Edinburgh, experiencing the sights of Scotland’s capital city, with possible destinations including Edinburgh Castle, Arthur’s Seat and Edinburgh Old Town.
Be taught by leading academics and industry professionals
The right teacher can be life-changing - they can spark a love of learning in a particular subject area that can come to define a person’s university life, and even their career. We are committed to providing our students with access to the best possible teaching faculty. All teachers are united in their passion for international education.
Walk in the footsteps of some impressive St Andrews alumni
In its 600 year history, the University of St Andrews has educated some very distinguished alumni. The most notable of recent times are, of course, Prince William and his wife Catherine - the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. In addition to the royals, other notable alumni of Saint Andrews include Edward Jenner, the pioneer of the smallpox vaccine and six-time Olympic champion cyclist Chris Hoy.
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Oxford Royale Academy is a part of Oxford Programs Limited, UK company number 6045196. The company contracts with institutions including Oxford University for the use of their facilities and also contracts with tutors from those institutions but does not operate under the aegis of Oxford University.