The school is found in North Oxford, near Port Meadow and between the River Thames and the River Cherwell. It is within easy walking distance of the town centre and surrounded by sites of cultural and natural interest. University colleges are scattered throughout the area, and there are bars and cafes in the area.
Oxford's main tourist attractions are twenty minutes walking distance from the school, or are ten minutes on a fast bus. Busses frequently depart for this route. Oxford city centre is walkable, with the main shopping areas, restaurants, city attractions, and historic landmarks all in this area of town.The primary train station is 20 minutes away from The Oxford English Centre by bus for traveling to nearby cities. There is a direct route to London that lasts 1 hour.
The school provides a selection of General English courses and other English courses. As a popular center for both individual and group studies, it provides social gatherings every day of the week as part of the course, making it easy to socialize with people of different countries and cultures.
Students studying at the Oxford English Center can use any of the resources provided, like a library, IT lab, free wifi, university board games, foosball table, table tennis, and a karaoke system.
The Oxford English Centre opened its doors in Oxford, England, UK in 1979.
- Computer lab
- Daily press
- Movie rental
- Free after-class access to language learning software
- Games room
- Balcony / terrace
- Student support desk
- Copy machine
- Table tennis
- Table soccer / football
- Free water dispenser
- Free WIFI
- Free parking