Our Purpose

The College was originally established to help students achieve results by teaching them in small groups and tutorials – and our popular Easter Revision Courses have been a part of the College from the very beginning. The success of this approach means that individual tuition and focused exam preparation both remain a central part of our teaching.

Our History

Below is a timeline of our major developments over the last 30 years:

1988: The Director of Studies of Wolsey Hall College, Oxford sets up Wolsey Hall Tutorial College in Gloucester Green to focus on A Level retake courses and Easter revision strategies. The initial intake is 40 domestic students.

1990s: The College moves to King Edward Street and is renamed Oxford Tutorial College. At this time, the College also begins to take on international students.

2007: The College annex and Alfred Street are added to the campus in order to accommodate the growing number of students.

2010: Oxford Tutorial College changes ownership and is now a part of the Oxford International Education Group.

2017: Oxford Tutorial College accommodates around 200 students with emphasis on quality teaching and support, providing students with a variety of subjects and flexible start dates.

2019: The College is renamed Oxford Sixth Form College to reflect the evolution of its offering. Read about where we are now.