Since the inception of Oxbridge Tutorial College in 1993 and its humble beginnings at Joel Ogunnike Street, to the multi-purpose building that perches itself on Sobo Arobiodu Street, It is a college that has built up its reputation as a centre of excellence, in providing post- secondary programmes in Nigeria. A college that is well sought after, by prestigious educational organisations and NGOs, internationally, and a recently appointed associate member of the Council of British International Schools (COBIS), it is an environment where students and staff thrive in their teaching and learning experiences and a place that l am proud to be associated with as their Principal.
Our Academic excellence is evident in our annual results with pass rates that better many of our competitors overseas, including the UK. For those of you who want to study medicine you know how tough it is, but you have a great opportunity to achieve this as we have teamed up with Bellerbys College, Cambridge UK, to give students the opportunity to have direct access to medicine, by taking the second year of the A level (A2) at Bellerbys College.
I am a firm believer in the development of our teachers and the progression of our students – without this, our students wouldn’t graduate from OTC to universities around the world, from Cambridge to Kings to New York State and Toronto universities. Staff are dedicated and eager to learn and embrace new technological and pedagogical skills to enhance their 21st teaching and to accommodate the needs of our 21st I am proud to play my role in the Oxbridge story – a progressive and forward thinking institution. I hope you will come and discover for yourself.
Ms. Carol Scott (Principal)
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