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St Clare College Oxford

St Clare’s, Oxford was founded by Anne Dreydel OBE and Pamela Morris in 1953. The college grew out of a scheme to establish links between British and European students after the Second World War. Our original name was The Oxford English Centre for Foreign Students. This later became St Clare’s Hall, and then St Clare’s, Oxford. In the mid-50s, students came from more than 12 Western European countries. Over time, the college began to attract a wide range of nationalities. Nowadays there are over 40 nationalities on the IB Diploma alone.

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General Englishper week £275
Online General English4 weeks£446
Intensive Englishper week£300
IELTS Preparation Courseper week£350

☑️  Host Family

☑️  Student Residence

☑️  Summer Residence

☑️ 16 classrooms
☑️ Student computers
☑️ On-site cafeteria
☑️ Student parking
☑️ Access to school’s online resources
☑️ Course materials included
☑️ Wi-Fi throughout the building
☑️ Member of IALC, English UK, The English Network

We cannot apply for visas on behalf of students. However, the school can supply you with all the documentation you need to support your visa application.

If you are studying in the UK for over 11 months, you will receive a reference number called a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) that you need to submit to the UK embassy along with your General Student Visa application. Students who have successfully booked a language course and have paid their fees will receive a CAS from college. Please note that UK law states that a CAS can only be issued to students who intend to pursue English language studies for over 11 months.


If you are studying in the UK for 11 months or less, you have to apply for a special visitor visa called a Student Visitor Visa. As a student visitor,


you will not be able to work part-time while studying. If you plan to study in the UK for 11 months or less, a letter of acceptance will be sent to your home address by regular mail at no charge to you. If you wish to receive your paperwork by express mail, you will be charged when you register.