Oxford Cultural Leaders
Known as 'the city of dreaming spires', Oxford is famous the world over for its University and place in history. Located on the River Thames, Oxford is close to the beautiful Cotswolds but also conveniently located for London. On the Residential programme, delegates will also enjoy dinners and unique Oxford experiences such as a city walking tour, gin tasting at Oxford Botanic Garden and behind the scenes museum tours.
Corpus Christi College
Residential programme delegates will experience a taste of college life during their stay in Corpus Christi's beautiful accomodation. Founded in 1517, Corpus Christi is one of Oxford’s oldest and smallest colleges, steeped in history but with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Located just off Oxford’s High Street, its central location means it is within the heart of the University but also close to amenities and the cultural attractions of Oxford.
Gardens, Libraries and Museums
Oxford University's gardens, libraries and museums form one of the greatest concentrations of university collections in the world. Comprising over 21 million objects, specimens and printed items, the six institutions include: the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, History of Science Museum, Pitt Rivers Museum, Bodleian Libraries and Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum.
Saïd Business School
Saïd Business School is a young, vibrant, and entrepreneurial business school deeply embedded in Oxford University. The school delivers cutting-edge education and ground-breaking research that transform individuals, organisations, business practice, and society. It is ranked number one in the UK for Open Programmes and number two Worldwide in the Financial Times Executive Education Rankings 2018.