Our Partners

Our Partnerships Programme provides our member schools with exclusive offers for their students, as well as an array of free to access careers seminars and taster-sessions from our dedicated team of experts.

Why Become a Partner School?

Exclusive discounts for students across Residential and Online programmes

Free Taster Sessions

Free Careers Seminars

University Preparation Master-Classes

Bespoke packages for large school bookings

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Our Partners

Sustainable Network
Sustainable Network
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Sustainable Network is a growth marketplace for start-ups and early-stage businesses that are dedicated to solving some of the world's biggest environmental and societal problems. Leveraging the combined experience of some of the world’s most influential leaders from the banking and finance industry, Sustainable Network is committed to reducing start-up failure rates and support entrepreneurs who are offering solutions to the world’s most urgent challenges. The focus is early-stage purpose-driven businesses that supports the delivery of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Oxford International College
Oxford International College
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Established in 2002, Oxford International College was initially set up by academics with a strong interest in education and with the view to provide exceptional one to one tuition, extending the model of Oxford and Cambridge University style of supervisions/ tutorials to school-aged students. The College has built upon this ethos and now delivers both a college and boarding environment and sees outstanding student academic achievement year on year as a result. In 2019, the College earned the top slot in the UK Independent Schools league tables after its students achieved record A-level results. Overall, 92% of grades received by OIC students in 2019 were A*-A, and 53.2% were A*, making us the UK’s No.1 A-Level college and the only school that achieved above 90% A* to A grades.
UKSDC
UKSDC
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The UK Space Design Competition is a science, engineering and business challenge designed as a simulation of life in industry. Teams are given a list of requirements for a space settlement, and are tasked with coming up with a detailed design which they present to a panel of judges from industry, academia and business. Open to UK secondary and sixth form students (years 10 – 13), teams can enter the UKSDC via our video competition or digital heats (introduced in 2020 to replace our usual regional heats in a COVID-secure way). Winning teams from these entry points take part in our national final; a residential competition weekend hosted by Imperial College London! A select group of winners are then invited to go from there to the International Space Settlement Design Competition (ISSDC) at a NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. We aim to deliver engaging events that showcase the value that students could gain from further study or careers in STEM disciplines. We hope you choose to join us on this journey!
SSEF
SSEF
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The Space Science Engineering Foundation (SSEF) was set up to foster students' interest in space and to use space as a vehicle for learning about subjects such as science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the STEM subjects of the National Curriculum, as well as psychology, management, design and business. The Foundation accomplishes these goals by means of the UK Space Design Competition (UKSDC) and the Galactic Challenge (GC), both industry simulations. These simulations were designed to give students an insight into the real world of business and industry. Employers have often complained that students leave school and college without having mastered the attributes that would make them useful employees. To that purpose, the SSEF's programmes show students how important it is to be able to work in a team, solve problems, work to deadlines, keep within budgets and communicate effectively.
MK:U
MK:U
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MK:U is a new kind of university for the 21st century, designed and delivered with business. It focuses on new technologies and industries, providing technical, creative and commercial skills for the digital economy. Learning focuses on the practical implications of theories and decisions, enabling the apprentice to make an immediate impact on your business. At MK:U the education style is different from other universities. Instead of traditional lectures and exams, the entire curriculum uses problem-based learning (PBL) as the core educational approach. PBL is an experience-based educational approach where learning is driven by the posing of open-ended, yet meaningful, problem scenarios that apprentices solve through working together in small interdisciplinary groups.
St Clare's
St Clare's
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St Clare's, Oxford is an independent, co-educational, day and boarding college located in Oxford with 70 years of experience. We are an IB World School and have been offering the International Baccalaureate Diploma for over 40 years, longer than any other school or college in England. Students from over 45 countries study at St Clare's. The atmosphere is informal and friendly, with an equal emphasis on hard work and developing personal responsibility. As well, as the IB, we offer a very successful University Foundation Programme which prepares students for university study all around the world. With dedicated Careers and HE Advisers, we can guide students through the global university application process. We also offer the Preparatory International Baccalaureate (Pre-IB), a variety of English Language Courses for everyday life and exam preparation, Teacher Training Courses and Summer Courses for Juniors (10-15), Teenagers (14-17) and Adults (17+).
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