Architecture in Oxford

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Study Architecture in Oxford

Oxford has been a place of exceptional architecture since the thirteenth century, buildings that can still be seen and lived in today.

The dramatic, vaulted beauty of gothic architecture shapes the cities skyline, including Christ Church Cathedral, the Church of St Mary the Virgin and, of course, the Divinity School of the Bodleian Library (or the hospital wing in Harry Potter as you may know it). It’s not all buildings of the past – the multi-award-winning Blavatnik School of Government is an impressive example of contemporary architecture, designed by internationally renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron.

You will be working with leaders in architectural thought and practice, analysing designs and trends, while bringing your own ideas to the drafting board. Whether you are ruthlessly functional or an idealist, you’ll have the opportunity to hone your skills and expand your vision.

From age 13 to 24, our architecture summer courses in Oxford are designed specifically to fit your level of experience.

Why Oxford?

Why study architecture in Oxford?

Oxford is an excellent location to study architecture from world-class tutors.  The city includes some of the country’s finest architecture, from Tudor buildings that have survived throughout the centuries, to the stunning Radcliffe Camera.

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