CIE Oxford, Main Campus
CIE Oxford’s main campus is a typical city centre building right in the heart of Oxford. Situated just opposite the Oxford Union in St Michael’s Street, CIE Oxford consists of:
- 5 classrooms, varying in size from 8 to 13 students’ capacity
- Computer room with 6 computers, available until 5pm
- A students’ common room, including a small lending library
- A kitchenette, with free tea and coffee, a microwave oven, and a refrigerator where you may keep your lunch
- A reception area and an administrative office
CIE Junior & Teen Summer Campus
Our junior summer school is based at the City of Oxford College, in the heart of Oxford. Classrooms are spacious and are fitted with projectors and whiteboards, enabling our teaching team to make the best use of modern technology and ensure that lessons are stimulating, varied and highly topical. At break times students have access to the café, Wi-Fi, and lovely seating areas on the grass beside the mill stream.
During the academic year as needed, we often hire the Gladstone and Morris rooms at the Oxford Union, conveniently located just opposite CIE Oxford in St Michael’s Street.
These rooms can be used for small or large groups and offer students an opportunity to experience the tradition of this Oxford institution. The Union has played host to a huge variety of internationally-renowned guest speakers over the nearly 200 years of its existence:
According to the Union’s website:
“To name a few, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Mother Teresa, the Dalai Lama and even Kermit the Frog have all found the time to come and speak at the Oxford Union. Every term, every year, the Union has a tremendous range of high-profile speakers unlike anywhere else in Britain.”
Wesley Memorial Methodist Church
We regularly use a number of rooms at the Wesley Memorial Methodist Church. These premises are just across the road from CIE Oxford. The church offers both larger rooms, which are suitable for testing in the summer, certificate ceremonies and junior classes, as well as smaller rooms used for classes during busy periods throughout the academic year.
According to the Church’s website:
“Our location, which is in the very heart of Oxford, has a very prominent frontage on New Inn Hall Street, right next to St Peter’s college. We are very easily accessible and are an ideal venue for all types of meetings.”
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When we need extra classrooms we sometimes use rooms at St Peter’s College, which is a one minute walk from CIE. As well as the historic buildings, St Peter’s College also has modern classrooms with large TV Screens and a lecture theatre.