Founded in 2002, OIC’s students have achieved some of the country’s best A level results and the school has impressive admission rates to Oxbridge and other top universities. It becomes the third Oxford-based school in the group, alongside d’Overbroeck’s, Oxfordshire’s top-ranked school for progress at A level, and Oxford Sixth Form College, a non-selective independent day school. The acquisition of OIC will enable OIEG to offer a wider choice of options to parents and students, whether based domestically or overseas.
“The acquisition is one of a number we plan to make in the UK independent sector,” says OIEG’s CEO Lil Bremermann-Richard. “At the same time, we are looking at expansion overseas. We aim to export the excellence of our established UK brands to deliver in-country education. OIC, with its superb track record and global reputation, is ideally suited to help us realise that goal.”
Oxford International expanded its provision in both secondary and higher education, both organically and through acquisition
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