We provide English language tutoring for speakers of other languages, at any level and age category, to prepare you for the IELTS, TOEFL, Business English Exam, and other English language tests and examinations.
We work with families from around the world to help them to navigate through the elaborate process of choosing and applying to the most suitable schools for their child.
Would you like to dedicate a part of your holiday to personal growth, gaining new knowledge, spending unforgettable time with peers from around the globe? We will be happy to identify an academic programme to meet your interests.
Our professional and carefully selected tutors will help your child achieve their academic goals with an individual tuition plan tailored to their specific needs and requirements.
At Oxford Education Enterprises we know first hand how important your child's future is and we offer premium service to support and guide families through some of the most significant academic decisions of a child's life.
From school placements to bespoke private tuition, or specialised holiday courses, our personal approach means that we tailor our services to each child, based on their needs and ambitions.
As expert consultants who have been in education for over 10 years, our approach is rooted in trust and honesty, and we always have your child's best interests at heart.
Each of our families receives an individual approach as we work closely with you to understand your child's goals, ambitions and aspirations, as well as your family's values. This allows us to truly become part of your child's application process and create an academic plan that will help them shine and excel.
By choosing an individual approach for each pupil we are able to provide the help of our exceptionally experienced colleagues, highest calibre tutors and inspirational mentors to facilitate your child’s high academic achievements who will become your child’s reliable allies for the duration of their studies in the United Kingdom.
Our in-depth knowledge and strong relationships with the leading independent schools in the UK also allows us to provide you with the best recommendations to maximise your child's success.
Pre-preparatory schools, or often also referred to as nurseries or kindergarten, are generally associated with a larger preparatory school. They usually have relatively small class sizes, allowing for personal care and attention from the teachers, and prepare the children for the busier environment that can be expected from a preparatory school in later years.
Following an Open Day or privately arranged visit with your child to your desired pre-preparatory school, you will have the chance to register and spend a taster session at the school for an informal assessment through fun and interactive sessions to enable the school to observe social and learning skills of your child. The outcome of such assessment would normally be sent to the parents within 2-3 weeks.
A preparatory school can be a true stepping stone in your child's education to help them get a place at one of the best private schools in the UK. In addition to that, preparatory schools form a formidable social and academic environment for your child. Smaller class sizes, personal teaching approach, rigorous academic program and a wide range of extra-curricular facilities are all excellent reasons for parents to choose to place their children in a distinguished preparatory school.
Following an Open Day or privately arranged visit with your child, you will be invited to attend a taster session at the school for your child to get to know the school by taking part in a mixture of academic lessons and co-curricular activities. Your child will also be required to take the Standard Test Assessment to evaluate their academic levels. On completion of the preparatory school pupils take the Common Entrance Examinations.
Senior schools are for pupils in Year 9 to Year 11 when they study for GCSE/IGCSE examinations and Year 12 and Year 13, also known as the Sixth Form, when they study for the A-level examinations or IB Diploma. For the initial three years at senior school pupils study a wide range of subjects following the GCSE or IGSCE syllabus. They will normally sit examinations at the end of Year 11, in ten selected subjects.
Following an Open Day or privately arranged visit with your child, you will register and be invited to attend a taster session (which may include an overnight stay) at the school to enable your child to experience the full immersive environment a British private school has to offer. Pupils will also be required to take Standard Tests in Verbal Reasoning, Maths, English and Sciences. Alternatively, the school may accept your child based on the results of the Common Entrance Examination.
The Sixth Form, often referred to as Year 12 and Year 13 or the Lower and Upper Sixth. These are the final two years of a child's secondary education where they will study in depth 4 subjects for their A level examinations, and prepare for university entrance. At some private schools, pupils can choose to study for the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB) instead of the A-levels. The IB programme is completely different to A-Level in its structure and the number of subjects studied.
Following an Open Day or privately arranged visit with your child, you will register and be invited to attend a taster session (which may include an overnight stay) at the school to enable your child to experience the full immersive environment a British private school has to offer. Prospective pupils will be expected to sit entrance examinations in English language and in some of the subjects they wish to study at A-level.
The process of gaining entry to a UK university will differ for those who study in the UK and those whose education has been undertaken abroad. For top-tier selective universities, it is highly desirable that the student is studying for either the A-Level or the IB certificates, however universities also have schemes in place by which they may accept International students who hold alternative qualifications.
We strongly encourage families to seek support with university applications at least 1-2 years before entry to facilitate better chances of success. This will give us enough time to learn about the student's background and aspirations, ensure they are academically ready to meet the universities’ entrance entry criteria and are prepared for the Entrance Examinations and interviews.
Although we refer to a breakdown of British education, the majority of our clients are looking for school placements in England, therefore, the breakdown is based on the English education system but it is important to note that there are some differences in systems in Scotland and Wales.