Weekly classes are part-time classes open to all. Topics are studied in depth over a period of 10 or 20 weeks. They are accredited at FHEQ level 4 and course work is an integral part of each syllabus.
Most classes are offered at two locations in Oxford - Rewley House, in central Oxford, and Ewert House in Summertown. Classes are also offered in locations outside Oxford, such as Reading, Maidenhead, and other towns. (Please see below.) You can view a list of all our weekly classes by clicking the button below, or you can see which couses begin in a given month by using the navigation to the left.
Classes in the town of Reading and other locations
We also offer a wide range of evening classes at the University of Reading's Whiteknights campus. Please click the button below to see the complete listing of classes at this location.
Additionally, we offer classes at other locations around Oxfordshire and in adjoining counties. Please click use the navigation to the left to see these classes.
Weekly classes are not offered during the summer, but we do offer a wide range of summer schools.
Weekly Class Highlights
What is Local History?
Have you ever tried to trace your family history? Do you wonder what sort of people lived in your local community in the past or worshipped in its church, or how the community might have been affected by major historical events?
Adaptation - From Page to Screen
Is a film ever able to express the full imaginative potential of a book? Through the course we will explore these and other issues, referring to a wide range of original texts and the films that have emerged as adaptations of them.