Oxford Learning College located at Belsyre Court, 57 Woodstock Rd, Oxford OX2 6HJ, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 595263

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Nilaya Rayman

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Very unhappy. I understand that a contract is needed when purchasing an A-Level course, however I v

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Very unhappy. I understand that a contract is needed when purchasing an A-Level course, however I very quickly realised that the courwe in question is certainly not "value for money." I bought the 3-subject package, costing over £800, and opted to pay monthly as the cost is so large to me. I expected something that teaches me effectively and gives me a lot of help along the way from the online tutors, yet what I got instead was simply an online booklet for each topic, quite old-fashioned and bland/blocky paragraphs in layout, with no photographs or diagrams. That is it. I tried many times to reach out to my 'tutors' for help in my subjects, but often did not receive a response; if I ever did, it was almost a week later, and all they told me to do was refer to the online course (booklet.) Helpful...? I did not once feel supported and it made it ever more stressful. Also, additional costs are needed to actually sit the exams at the end of the year, and I found myself having to purchase my own pricey books on the topics to ACTUALLY help me. I realised that the courses I was provided with, were the equivalent of free booklets I'd be able to probably find online. Once I tried to break the contract, unintentionally at first, as I got a new debit card and forgot to change the card number on my payment details, I assumed I wouldn't have to pay the remainder as: I was paying monthly, I did not intend to continue, and I hadn't even logged in to my account since my previous payment. This was not the case: I was bombarded with emails every week claiming payment wasn't successfully made, and after a few of these, was sent a threatening email claiming they would hand my details to a debt collection agency, if I refused to keep paying for the unhelpful course. DO NOT choose Oxford Learning College if you wish to take your A-Levels or anything equivalent - it is a huge waste of money (over £800, to be precise, some maybe even more.) I am only 19 years old, I am stressed, and almost completely out of money, and I want something to be done about it.

Henry Moore

5 Google Rating

I just finished my Family Counselling level 3 course. From my experience you look into approaches an

5/ 5

I just finished my Family Counselling level 3 course. From my experience you look into approaches and theories of counselling, person-centred approaches, concepts of family counselling and how to focus on specific elements of family issues during your counselling sessions. You learn how to organise sessions and what you will discuss during them, and how this helps communication between families. The course was a great addition to my current knowledge as I was already working within the counselling field. The course material was designed for both fields of work and training. The course materials are presented clearly using unit numbers. Within the units you have self assessments to complete, these helped as revisions aids at the end of the course. A great course for anyone in the industry or for those who have an interest in this type of course.

Jane Brown

5 Google Rating

I have already completed human biology with Oxford College and this course was suggested to me as I

5/ 5

I have already completed human biology with Oxford College and this course was suggested to me as I asked for advice on what I could do next. Clinical science looks into respiratory system, cardiovascular system and nervous systems. I found this fascinating and enjoyable. I progressed through each unit in turn submitting task questions which I received feedback for as a step by step guide to motivate me to completing my next unit. The beauty of this course is I only submitted two pieces of work, although I worked through all units and completed the task questions.

Ivy Leaf

5 Google Rating

I have just finished doing my level 3 diploma in Personal training and Sports coaching, it was a gre

5/ 5

I have just finished doing my level 3 diploma in Personal training and Sports coaching, it was a great course learnt a lot. As of have family issues it was hard to study but studying with oxford college really helped me a lot, I passed with 43 out of 50 which is a pass with Distinction. overall 10/10 for oxford college now thanks to them i can continue on to higher education :) If you love sport then do this diploma.

Andrew Hudson

5 Google Rating

The course guided me through each module which clearly explained the growth and development process

5/ 5

The course guided me through each module which clearly explained the growth and development process of the course and what I was going to study I have now completed the course and have further knowledge of Biology as a whole. I have always found Biology interesting since secondary education but never developed this until now and this has been the best decision I have made. I am enjoying every bit of it and am hoping to progress to a Level 4 course upon completion.

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