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D'Overbroeck's College d'Overbroeck's College

Address: The Swan Building, 111 Banbury Rd, Oxford OX2 6JX
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Description D'Overbroeck's College d'Overbroeck's College

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Established: in 1977
  • Location of Overbroeck's College: United Kingdom, Oxford
  • Commitment to religion : None (non-confessional)
  • Students age: 11 to 18 years
  • Total number of students: 440 people, among them - 125 people.

d'Overbroeck's College is a school of joint learning, rightfully proud of its effective educational programs and a friendly, family atmosphere. Students develop harmoniously and comprehensively, realize their talents and abilities, reveal themselves from the best sides and improve useful social skills. The road to Heathrow's major international airport will take about 55-60 minutes (48 miles).

There is a real college atmosphere in d'Overbroeck's College: everyone speaks to each other solely by name, there is no strict form, the environment is very friendly and informal - in short, nothing resembles strict and ascetic British boarding houses. But this does not mean that there is no discipline: pupils are instilled with a sense of mutual respect, responsibility, comradely shoulder, participation in the affairs of others. Students can freely express their opinion and point of view - teachers treat them as equal, adult, independent personalities, ready to listen and take into account their words.

Sixth Form, or pre-university programs for the preparation of students here are some of the best in the country. Experienced teachers with a specialization in teaching A-level subjects carefully and carefully work with students, deepening and updating existing knowledge, filling existing gaps, paying particular attention to difficult topics and aspects of disciplines. In total, 35 subjects of advanced, complex level of study are offered for selection. Programs Sixth Form attract students from other schools - in total, these courses are taught by 245 people. Graduates demonstrate an excellent level of knowledge and academic training: in 2014 71% of pupils earned A-A marks on A-level results, 82% - A * and B grades.

The pupils of the senior classes are separated from the other students - this achieves focus on learning, develops ambition and purposefulness, maintains the university spirit. Many foreign boarders are most attracted by this division: here they can really qualitatively and effectively prepare for admission to the chosen university.

Of the most popular and sought-after items, the following can be noted:

  • Politics
  • Mathematics
  • Exact Sciences
  • Economics
  • English.

The most successful, gifted and ambitious students can take the opportunity to take the AQA Baccalaureate courses: it combines an in-depth A-level program and the writing of an analytical Work, in addition each student writes his own research project and studies the priority, selected subjects practically on a professional level.

Graduates go to the best, most prestigious and rating universities, including medical ones:

  • Warwick
  • Cambridge
  • Oxford Brookes
  • Oxford
  • King's College
  • Bristol
  • Imperial College London
  • [ 999.41] London School of Economics.

Many of the students of d'Overbroeck's College devote themselves to medicine, the social sciences Or art. The overwhelming majority of yesterday's schoolchildren manage to enter the chosen university the first time, but many consciously miss a year after the school graduation and only then submit documents to the university.

Often college graduates return here for work or teaching: this helps to form a wonderful staff that are active and energetic, strive to provide the students with the most comfortable conditions, are always ready to help with advice and advice, keep pace with the times.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in D'Overbroeck's College d'Overbroeck's College

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Discount
Annual
14-16
from 13 000 £ / semester

At this stage, students must attend classes in 4 fundamental disciplines:

  • English
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics (including higher)
  • Civics.

Also, each student chooses for himself the discipline of choice, focusing on the requirements of the selected university and priority specialty:

  • Mother tongue (as one of foreign)
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • German
  • Art
  • French
  • Business course
  • Geography
  • History.

Training groups are formed small - 7-10 people each - to give the teacher the opportunity to carefully monitor the progress of each student, to implement an individual, personal approach.

The cost of full boarding (boarding) for one academic year is 28500-33900 £.

Annual
16+
from 13 000 £ / semester

This course is the "gold standard" of British education: the level of knowledge of graduates is so high that the certificate of this program with good scores is adopted as an alternative to the entrance examinations in many universities of the world, especially in the UK.

In the first year of schooling, students study 4 subjects at personal choice, in the second year of study there are only 3 of them. You can choose the disciplines from a fairly extensive list:

  • geography
  • art
  • Ancient Greek
  • history
  • Chinese
  • economy
  • Spanish
  • chemistry
  • Computer Engineering
  • cinema
  • Italian language
  • Dramaturgy and theatrical art
  • German
  • Physical education and sport
  • Higher mathematics
  • sociology
  • Modern languages ​​(other than specified)
  • English
  • History and culture of classical civilizations
  • History of art
  • Latin
  • Communication and culture
  • philosophy
  • Japanese
  • psychology
  • Business course
  • policy
  • French
  • physics
  • biology
  • Russian language
  • Music technology and music
  • mathematics
  • Religious studies
  • the photo.

When choosing each student is guided by the requirements of a particular chosen specialty and university. You can always get advice and advice from an experienced teacher: in particular, teachers recommend observing the academic balance and not choosing exclusively close in completeness and subject courses to avoid a partial repetition of the curriculum.

Training groups are formed small - 7-10 people each - to give the teacher the opportunity to carefully monitor the progress of each student, to implement an individual, personal approach.

The cost of full boarding (boarding) for one academic year is 28500-33900 £.

09.07.2019 -06.08.2019
13-18
from 1 550 £ / week

Summer program with a scientific bias (Young Professionals)

  • Age of students: 13-16 years
  • Dates: July 10 - August 7 (2 and 4 weeks)
  • Cost: 1460 £ / week.

The newest summer program from the network Bucksmore - Young Professionals - for the first time begins to be taught in 2018, and for a successful start was chosen the prestigious and respected d'Overbroeck's College.

A special summer course with a scientific bias is devoted not so much to learning English as to immersion in academic subjects. It is an ideal opportunity for pupils of 13-16 years to qualitatively prepare for training in the British boarding school: many "summer" students, ending such courses, successfully enter and study in the best institutions, including in the d'Overbroeck's College itself.

Every 2 weeks of the camp, students choose one subject, which they want to study as deeply and carefully as possible, at the level of the British school course. Theoretical lectures and seminars, workshops and experiments, independent and group studies, thematic excursions and trips - all this makes the training program as complete, efficient and productive as possible.

In total, there are 5 training courses to choose from:

  • Performing arts
  • Finance and business
  • Communication, Media and Media
  • Engineering
  • Introduction to medicine.

Each direction implies theoretical studies, workshops and group projects:

1) Performing Arts (Performing Arts)

Theory:

  • stage art
  • script writing
  • development and modeling of the character
  • contemporary music
  • the change in theatrical themes over the past century.

Workshops:

  • voice control
  • vocals, choreography, acting: mastering different styles and techniques.

Group project:

  • Writing and staging, presentation of your own performance.

2) Finance and business (Business & Finance)

Theory:

  • Effective business strategies
  • General introductory marketing course
  • Trends of the XXI century
  • Methods of expansion and conquest of the market
  • Supply chain management.

Workshops:

  • Case studies of businessmen and large companies
  • Corporate and social responsibility.

Group project:

  • Creation and presentation of your own business plan (product or service).

3) Communication, Media and Media (Media & Communication)

Theory:

  • Technology and professional marketing methods
  • Modern media and their impact on society
  • Search and work with target audiences, targeting
  • The Future of Radio
  • Globalization - laws and influence.

Workshops:

  • TV product production
  • Storyboard.

Group project:

  • Development of an advertising clip / strategy for the withdrawal and distribution of a new product on the market.

4) Engineering

Theory:

  • Mathematics in engineering, analytical view
  • Production processes
  • Dynamics + thermodynamics
  • The use of various materials: their properties, features, applications.

Workshops:

  • Study of Hooke's Law
  • Calculations of thermal coefficients during the experiments.

Group project:

  • Development and creation of own car on the accumulator.

5) Introduction to Medicine (Introduction to Medicine)

Theory:

  • medicine + human biology
  • anatomy
  • heart examination and cardiology
  • spectrum of human diseases
  • aspects and trends of modern medicine.

Workshops:

  • experiments in scientific and practical laboratories
  • dissection.

Group project:

  • study of the global epidemic.

In addition to the curriculum, the school organizes a diverse, interesting and rich extracurricular activity:

  • basketball
  • cricket
  • discos and parties
  • fencing
  • bouncer game
  • parties in the style of "Harry Potter"
  • walking tours and walks
  • hockey
  • handball
  • skating
  • karaoke
  • lacrosse
  • modern choreography
  • dramatic studio
  • visits to the colleges of Oxford University
  • papier mache
  • a trip to the Press Museum
  • the photo
  • excursions to the museum of Ashmole, Pitt Rivers Museums
  • swimming
  • tennis
  • volleyball
  • yoga
  • talent show
  • zumba and much more.

The intensity of the classes is from 25 hours per week + at least 2 thematic excursions weekly; classes include up to 12-15 people. Please note that for enrollment in the course you must be in English at a level not lower than В1-В2 (Intermediate) - the program does not suit beginners. At the beginning of the training, all students undergo introductory testing, and at the end of the program they receive firm certificates indicating their personal successes and achievements.

Subjects and sport

Subjects list: art, biology, business, chemistry, Chinese, Civics, drama, economics, English, French, geography, German, history, Italian language, maths, philosophy, physical Culture, physics, policy, psychology, Religious studies, sociology, Spanish, the photo, Theatrical art
Events list: Athletics, cricket, dancing, Dramatic circle, football, handball, hockey, music studio, netball, rock climbing, rugby, Squash, tennis, Trampoline jumping, yoga

Events D'Overbroeck's College d'Overbroeck's College

Sports grounds and grounds for partner sports schools, modern sports and entertainment centers are also used:

  • Oxford Brookes
  • Cherwell School (rugby)
  • Jordan Hill (cricket, football)
  • OXSRAD Court Farm (trampoline)
  • Oxford Hawks
  • Wychwood School (volleyball)
  • Tennis Club of North Oxford
  • Entertaining centers of Abingdon and White Vale (tennis)
  • The Ferry Sports Center (dance hall and gym).

There are also sections of cricket, dancing, women's football, bass, rock climbing, track and field athletics.

You can do it on an amateur or professional level - there is an opportunity for both individual classes and team sports. General training usually takes place in the afternoon (Tuesday and Thursday); You can also participate in interschool competitions, games and matches.

Every year in September a special large hobby fair is held: here pupils can get acquainted with a lot of circles, sections, clubs by interests and find a job to taste. Usually, clubs meet at least twice a week; Of the most popular can be noted dance circle and studio of theatrical skill. Separate mention are master classes, lectures, creative meetings with professional representatives of this or that profession: with journalists, sportsmen, executive directors and businessmen, etc.

Weekly 20-35 out-of-class leisure and extracurricular activities are conducted - employees and educators take into account all the wishes and requests of schoolchildren to make them the most fun, exciting and interesting.

Every year the students put on their own a bright and memorable musical (most often it is shown on the stage of the O'Reilly's Theater in Keble College): about a third of pupils play a musical instrument, engaged in a general orchestra. The concerts are often held on the basis of the musical theater Jacqueline du Pre. Especially persistent and ambitious students can take individual lessons of music or vocals.

Equipment D'Overbroeck's College d'Overbroeck's College

The Six Form program has been operating in d'Overbroeck's College since 1977: it is now being taught in two buildings in the northern part of Oxford, close to each other. The first building includes functional scientific laboratories for practical classes, photo workshops, a modern computer classroom and studios for creative arts. The second building accommodates all the rest, including an extensive library and a cozy living room for students to relax together. In the building of the partner school Leckford Place lessons are conducted for theater and drama, music lessons (the road will not take more than 5 minutes).

The dining room is not equipped separately: during breaks, students can visit cafes, shops and restaurants located within walking distance, use coolers with water or eat a sandwich.

Term dates and fees

The cost of full boarding (boarding) for one academic year is 28500-33900 £.

Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

Students wishing to attend Six Form training must prepare the results of the GCSE program. A minimum of 8 items should be evaluated in A * -C, at least four of them - to level B (and for some subjects from the A-level course, the requirements are even higher). Priority is given to students who can contribute something to their learning process, actively participate in the academic and creative life of the school, fully devote their time to learning.

Scholarships D'Overbroeck's College d'Overbroeck's College

Students can receive a scholarship for academic achievement, success in science or art, excellence in dramatic and theatrical mastery. There is a special prize awarded for the best environmental project; Also created a prize for the best project of the future enterprise - this is a great chance to prove yourself for future businessmen and entrepreneurs.

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- we recommend to apply 6-9 months before the start of the course (some camps and schools offer discounts for early booking or for lengthy study programs)
- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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