PM lessons (Online): the lessons are one-to-one.
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- Start month
- Feb, Mar
- Required time
- Two weeks
- Lecture time
- 60min more
- Open period
- Delivery method
- Course restrictions
- System requirements
PM lessons (Online): the lessons are one-to-one.
② Business and Entrepreneurship Course（英語要件 CEFR B1以上）
③ International Relations Course（英語要件 CEFR B1以上）
④ Data Science Course（英語要件 CEFR B1以上）
⑤ Creative Writing Course（英語要件 CEFR B1以上）
⑥ Bespoke Course(Select ⑥ Bespoke Course for the courses other than the above 5 courses.)
Schedule B：26/02/2023 ～ 12/03/2023
Schedule C：12/03/2023 ～ 26/03/2023
Schedule A ：23 July 2023 ～ 5 August 2023
Schedule B ：6 August 2023 ～ 19 August 2023
Schedule C ：20 August 2023～ 2 September 2023
- The Embassy of Japan, Washington, D.C., USA The Protocol
- University of Oxford, Lecturer
- University of Cambridge, Lecturer
- University of London, SOAS, Lecturer
- University of British Columbia, Lecturer
- ICC International Communications Council, Programme Director
Oxford University Spring Programme for University students
The lessons in the mornings
The lessons in the mornings are with international students from such as Italy, France, Hungary, Russia, Belgium, Croatia, Albania, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Vietnam, Poland, Serbia, Israel, Greece, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Chile, China.
The lessons are divided based on the levels of the students’ English proficiencies, 15 to 18 students per class.
Participants’ Sample Nationalities
One-to-one Online lessons
Simultaneous bidirectional lessons
Problem-based learning Tutorial Education
Bring your own pc and earphone.
One-to-one lessons PBL（Project-based learning）Tutorial
The tutors have degrees and qualifications from University of Cambridge or University of Oxford, providing an unparalleled level of knowledge and experience.
We have over 300 tutors to match with students’ needs.
① Data Science Course
Decision-making Using Data
This is a course to learn about topics such as Big Data, Data Mining, Crypto Currencies, Data Visualization, GDPR, Digital Encryption, and Artificial Intelligence to drive logical decision-making, with the support of the University of Cambridge Mathematics Faculty and Cambridge Judge Business School.
Data Science has grown rapidly in importance and plays a pivotal role in helping organisations leverage data, turning raw information into actionable insights. It is an interdisciplinary field, using both statistics and computer sciences, to help solve some of the world’s most serious problems.
Look at the picture below. Is this a rabbit or is it a duck?
One and the same picture can be a rabbit or a duck, depending on how it is construed.
Here, an objective analysis is required in order to prove that it is a rabbit or that it is a duck. It is not convincing or persuasive just to say that it ‘looks like’ a rabbit or a duck.
Data analysis and statistics have become a focal point of public attention, with their broad range of use cases across industries and applications, from commercial, retail, legal, medical and even political fields. Data Science has become an inevitable pillar within many organisations, including those of tech giants, such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon.
② Business and Entrepreneurship Course
The University of Cambridge has produced many leadership figures who were influential and took leadership to the world economy and business.
Students will learn about finance, marketing, logistics, import and export system and gain a better understanding of core business concepts relating to setting up a company, including budgeting and finance, marketing, sustainability and growth. The students will use analytical reasoning and critical evaluation skills to adopt competitive strategies and develop effective presentation skills, to deliver the perfect sales pitch. The course combines contemporary theory with real-world applications, through a focus on case studies and a visit to a thriving, successful business model. The students improve all-round confidence in using English communicatively.
③ Media and Communication Course
Media and Communication studies is interdisciplinary and may well be studied as a foundation for further education, in journalism, television production, multimedia design or graphic design. It is characterized by traditions of social sciences as well as those of the humanities. An important principle to Media and Communication is that we apply communication theories to “real” media and communication issues.
The course deals with the mediated communication in our society to gain insight into how the media work, and how communication can function as a means of control at societal and organisational level, as well as to learn about the internet’s importance for democracy, about the medium of television, and about principles of news evaluation.
Furthermore, we will learn about how attitudes are formed and how culture is produced. Through media and communication, we will be given the opportunity to practice how to conduct studies and gather information using different methods, and how to adopt a critical perspective on media as well as other information sources.
④ International Relations Course
The students learn key concepts and skills that can be transferred to a vast array of future opportunities. The course provides you with an exciting first look into the interdisciplinary nature of International Relations. The course also helps you explore key International Relations theory and examine modern case studies that follow up current areas of international conflict.
The students learn to find the important issues about international organisations and foreign policy and how those issues affect the current international situation.
International relations is the scientific study of interactions between sovereign states that is a political entity represented by one centralized government that has supreme legitimate authority over territory. In a broader sense, it concerns all activities between states—such as war, diplomacy, trade, and foreign policy —as well as relations with and among other international actors.
International relations is widely considered as one of the major subdisciplines of political science, along with comparative politics and political theory. However, in addition to political science, it draws considerably from international economics, law, and world history, leading some academic institutions to characterize it as an independent or multidisciplinary field.
⑤ Creative Writing Course
The Creative Writing course is designed for students who want to explore all aspects of the creative process, from writing and editing to critiquing, and much more.
The course helps students to release their creativity and writing skills to their full potential. It is focused on constantly moving from theory to practice to ensure that students explore every milestone with their own ideas and creativity.
The course emphasizes strongly on putting theory into practice, so the students are to be given the opportunity to practice their improved skills through the writing of a short story, but they will not be equipped with the knowledge of how to write better prose, etc.
Students participate in a series of unique curated exercises to flex every aspect of their writing abilities. They learn quality writing skills like character building, dialogues, using memories in narrative, description, atmosphere, structure and more. They work busily at writing, revising, editing, and participating in a collaborative process to push their work towards the finishing line.
⑥ Bescope Course
Please contact the following Admissions Office for the courses other than the above courses.
Many more tutors:
|1.Tereza Sample Tutor||2. Christopher Sample Tutor||3. Keji Sample Tutor||4. Jesse Sample Tutor|
|5. Luke Sample Tutor||6. Phil Sample Tutor||7. Marco Sample Tutor||8. Minhaj Sample Tutor|
Early Bird Discount：01 December 2022
・2,380 GBP (Registration Fee 500 GBP inclusive) by 01 December 2022
・2,480 GBP (Registration Fee 500 GBP inclusive) after 02 December 2022
What are included in the fee:
1. The Registration fee 500 GBP
2. The Programme fee
① Oxford University Registration fee
② Tuition and materials （Online and Onsite）
③ Accommodation: Homestay （Single, private room））Shower and toilet are shared. Some host families accommodate more than 1 foreign student.
④ Meals at the homestay: Breakfast and dinner
⑤ Wifi access
⑥ Social activities (some activities are not free of charge.)
⑦ Airport transfer service for arrival between 9am to 9pm
What are not included in the fee:
1. Round airfare
2. Personal spending money
3. Travel Abroad Insurance
4. Application fee for visa. (ICC provides the forms to apply for visa, but the student him/herself has to apply for it at his/her nearest consulate/embassy.
5. The commuting expense between the school and the host family (The students commute by bus, bicycle, or on foot to the school.)
|Schedule A||Arrival 12/02/2023 ～ Departure 26/02/2023
|Course||① Data Science Course (Course code: DS120223 )|
|② Business and Entrepreneurship Course (Course code: BE120223 )|
|③ Media and Communication Course (Course code: MC120223)|
|④ International Relations Course (Course code: IR120223)|
|⑤ Creative Writing Course (Course code：CW120223)|
|⑥ Bespoke Course (Course code：BS120223)|
|Schedule B||Arrival 26/02/2023 ～ Departure 12/03/2023
|Course||① Data Science Course (Course code : DS260223 )|
|② Business and Entrepreneurship Course (Course code : BE260223 )|
|③ Media and Communication Course (Course code : MC260223)|
|④ International Relations Course (Course code：IR260223)|
|⑤ Creative Writing Course (Course code：CW260223)|
|⑥ Bespoke Course (Course code：BS260223)
|Schedule C||Arrival 12/03/2023 ～Departure 26/03/2023
|Course||① Data Science Course (Course code: DS120323 )|
|② Business and Entrepreneurship Course (Course code : BE120323 )|
|③ Media and Communication Course (Course code : MC120323 )|
|④ International Relations Course (Course code：IR120323 )|
|⑤ Creative Writing Course (Course code：CW120323 )|
|⑥ Bespoke Course (Course code：BS120323)
∗ It is possible to take the Schedules A and B, or the Schedules B and C, in which case refer to the fee reduction.
∗ The student’s required English proficiency：CEFR B1+、 TOEFL iBT 61 – 99、 TOEFL CBT 173 – 247、 TOEIC 550 – 870 equivalent（Refer to the scale below.）
Participation to the course
Mr. Yuki Kohinata attended the course in summer.
A student of the Faculty of Medicine, Keio University https://www.keio.ac.jp/en/
A regular member of inochi WAKAZO Project https://en.inochi-wakazo.org/
The students from the following universities in Japan join the Spring Programme.
・HOKKAIDO UNIERSITY https://www.hokudai.ac.jp
・UNIVERSITY OF THE RYUKYUS https://www.u-ryukyu.ac.jp
・OSAKA UNIVERSITY https://www.osaka-u.ac.jp
・Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University https://www.apu.ac.jp
・Shirayuri University https://www.shirayuri.ac.jp
・Kobe City University of Foreign Studies https://www.kobe-cufs.ac.jp/