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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.

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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.

view our list of  classes at Maidenhead

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

Humps and Bumps (In Reading)
Archaeological sites - such as hillforts, stone circles, Roman towns, ancient - exist all around us. Venture out and look at the archaeological landscape!

The Symphonies of Vaughan Williams
The nine symphonies of Ralph Vaughan Williams continue to offer a fascinating journey into both the private and public musical worlds of Vaughan Williams. Join and explore this deeply personal cycle by one of the greatest British symphonists.

Concept of the Self
What is the self? While a sense of self is given to us in experience, what it is that is "given" raises questions that are not easily answered. Exploring a range of philosophical perspectives, we will develop our own views.

Modernisms: The Art of Extremes 1914 - 1945
The period 1914-45 is the high test of artistic modernism as the forces ranged against it coalesce and the term itself is reforged; never again will the debates about the public role of art assume such critical importance - or prove so vitally engaging.