The Oxford Summer Institute is an exclusive 4-week programme jointly organized by CBL International and Oriel College giving students an opportunity to study abroad in the renowned University of Oxford, Oriel College.
Our programme offers a unique blend of lectures from well-known professors, excursions to landmarks, and visits to successful corporations and institutions so you receive a comprehensive look into the business and law culture of a globalized world as well as the United Kingdom.Read more »
Schedules & Fees
For 2013, we are offering 2 summer sessions with 4 different courses to choose from.
Session 1: 7 July to 3 August
Session 2: 4 August to 31 August
Available courses include International Law, International Economics, PPE (Philosophy, Politics & Economics), and Business and Legal English. Early-bird discounts for parties registering 4 months before programme start dates.Read more »
How to Apply
This programme is specifically designed for groups of students from selected universities, law schools, and business schools. A minimum of 8 students is required to participate in the Oxford Summer Institute.
Interested parties, please have a qualified representative such as a professor, programme director, or the head of the international office contact us. Our programme consultants will get in touch with you shortly.Read more »
China Northwest University of Politics and Law, Xi'an (China)
Participant of CBL International Oxford Summer Institute at Oriel College in 2011
The program was simply amazing as the small-class teaching style provided us with a great communication environment with our professors. It incorporated lectures on legal theory, IP law, European law, international trade law, as well as many others. In addition to the knowledgeable professors providing an overview of the common law system, CBL International comprehensively fulfilled the program with a visit to the Royal High Courts of Justice in London. There we had the experience of a lifetime by attending a trial as the audience in the Oxford Local Court! Read more »