Oxford University summer school at Wadham College with Bucksmore Education for 13-18 year olds

Wadham College

Students at table in sun

Wadham College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. It is located in the centre of Oxford, at the intersection of Broad Street and Parks Road.

Wadham College was founded in 1610 by Dorothy Wadham, according to the will of her late husband Nicholas Wadham (1531–1609), a member of an ancient Devon and Somerset family.

The central buildings, a notable example of Jacobean architecture, were designed by the architect William Arnold and erected between 1610 and 1613. They include a large and ornate Hall. Adjacent to the central buildings are the Wadham Gardens.

Wadham College’s picturesque setting and close proximity to the centre of town make it a wonderful location for international students to study over the summer.

Young Leaders Programme for 13-16 and 16-18 year olds

Bucksmore Young Leaders is Bucksmore's flagship leadership course that provides students with the key skills they require to become future leaders of their generation. 

Young Leaders includes:

  • 28 hours of leadership tuition each week
  • 2 full day excursions
  • Full afternoon and evening activity programme including sporting, cultural and fun games
  • Detailed report card upon graduation
  • Maximum class size of 11 students

fees and dates

£1,800 per week

29th June - 3rd August

2 to 5 week courses available