16 July 2016
English Law **Ages 15-18**
Oxford Summer College is a two week university preparation course run by Varsity Education held in the heart of Oxford. The English Law programme is designed to give students an insight into undergraduate jurisprudence – the theory and the study of law. Students primarily focus on Constitutional Law and Criminal Law and dissect the general principles of each topic through group debate. An example of this would be whether freedom of expression is a fundamental or constitutional principle. Furthermore, students work with real cases to inform discussion and work through a criminal law mooting problem as a class.
o An introduction to constitutional law
o Political and legal constitutions
o The rule of law
o Freedom of expression
o Introduction to criminal law
Expert Oxbridge-educated tutors.
Students aged 15-18 who wish to pursue Law at a leading university.
This course aims to introduce students to studying law at university and covers a range of topics and case studies to help students develop the necessary skills to analyse and produce a coherent argument; fundamental skills for any Law student.
GBP 3995: The course fee covers all tuition, accommodation and main meals at St Cross College, Oxford. It also covers all activities, excursions included in the course and airport transfers between Oxford and London. Flights to and from London are not included.