OxNet is an access initiative which places universities into the heart of local communities, to engage in activity which is intensive, academic and sustained.

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As engines of innovation and the advancement of human endeavour, universities are unparalleled in society. Higher education has the power to transform the lives of talented young people from every background.

Working with pupils, teachers, families and communities in Hub and Link Schools, OxNet seeks to take university learning directly into schools, bringing cutting-edge research into the classroom. It focuses intensively both on regional mobility and on subject, seeking to support and encourage young people to make successful applications to competitive universities from all regions of the UK and across a diverse range of subjects.

 

Oxnet News

21st November, 2018

We are pleased to share the below calendar as part of the London Centre for Languages and Cultures Academic Programme for the coming academic year. These events have been carefully organised as part of the LCLC mission to strengthen the teaching and learning of Modern Languages across the Tri-Borough. Please note that dates and venues are subject to change, and that extra, ad-hoc events may be added to the programme over the course of the year.

Hub Latest

5th October, 2017

After the great successes of the 2016-2017 LCLC Programme, Pembroke College, Westminster Academy and the Open University have joined forces once again to support the London Centre for Languages and Cultures  2017-2018 academic programme.

19th June, 2017

This week Pembroke College will host the London Centre for Languages and Cultures (LCLC) and North West Languages Centre (NWLC) Summer School. Twenty-five students and five teachers will attend academic sessions throughout their stay in Oxford. Participating students and teachers come from schools across West London and the North West of England. 

6th June, 2017

This year the North West Theology & Religious Studies Centre is very proud to launch a brand new academic programme for OxNet.

6th June, 2017

Last Friday marked the North West Theology and Religious Studies Centre’s 3rd Autumn Study Day, held annually at Ashton Sixth Form College.

6th June, 2017

Ashton Sixth Form College was proud to become an OxNet hub in 2012/13 and, inspired by the Pembroke North Humanities programme, launched Realising Aspirations soon after. In essence, the programme offers first-year Level 3 students the opportunity to ‘try out’ university study before they start making their applications.

2nd June, 2017

If you were wondering what you might study, who you might work with and how an OxNet Humanities and Theology course works below is taster from our 2017 Easter Conference. Below is a sample of timetable and short outline of the different sessions that are offered across the conference.