Share

L

5 great apps for students

As we get down to the business end of term, we were wondering: are there any apps that could make our students’ lives easier? So, here’s five that just might: 1. Forest If like 99.9% of the population, you find the urge to check your phone disrupts your study time,...
12 tips for writing assignments

12 tips for writing assignments

May and June in Oxford, as in university cities throughout the world, means exam time. Students can be seen waiting nervously outside faculty halls, mulling over index-card notes or grimacing to their friends. There’s tension in the air. But not at Oxford Business...

A degree without three A-levels? It can be done. . .

Think of a British university – any British university. Let’s say Swansea University in South Wales, recently voted the UK’s No. 1 at the WhatUni Student Choice awards. OK, now look up a business-related undergraduate degree offered there – perhaps the BSc in Business...

Fighting against the ‘fear factor’

If you run into problems with your studies, are you comfortable asking your tutor for help? We like to think that at Oxford Business College, every single student would answer with a resounding “Yes.” But a recent academic study pinpointing the difficulties some...

Where you can meet presidents, pop stars

It goes without saying that the principal reasons for studying at Oxford Business College are to get a great education in a business-related discipline and secure a qualification that will help you progress in your chosen career. But outside of the classroom, too,...

When London’s calling. . .

Oxford is a city with a lot going for it: restaurants serving food from all over the world, six different cinemas, more than 100 pubs and bars, 25,000 students and a collection of some the most historic college buildings in Europe. And yet, there are still days when...