Frequently Asked Questions
Quatorial classes are taught in groups of no more than 4 students. Very small groups equals a high level of tutor attention and a clarity of focus on the academic aims of the group. Suited to professional development and specialisation.
Octorial classes are taught in groups of no more than eight students. Outcomes-led. Proximity to tutors leads to a collaborative and interactive programme. Learners are participative, collaborative, engaged and make fast progress. Suited to university students.
Yes, all course fees are refunded in full if the student has to cancel the course due to Covid-19.
An intensive one week course will deliver progress in accuracy and confidence. This can be accelerated if individual lessons are incorporated into the week of study.
Yes, one-to-one online lessons with an OISE tutor are available.
OISE schools are modern, purpose-designed learning spaces. Schools are equipped with classrooms for group and tutorial classes, independent study spaces, IT facilities and common areas with refreshments.
There is wifi in every school.
Cultural activities include walking tours, museum visits, music recitals etc.
Homestays are carefully chosen for the warmth of the host’s personality and their genuine interest in hosting international students
Professionals or retired people or young families
OISE can advise about the choice of options to travel from airport.
Young people are welcomed at the arrival point. OISE reception officers accompany the learners during the journey to their host families or their residences.
- In case of hospitalisation, OISE will contact the learner's repatriation insurance to request care.
If you are taking medication/require ongoing treatment, it is necessary to inform the adviser before departure so that the information is relayed to the OISE team on the spot. For air travel a prescription is needed to transport the drugs.