Oxford Individual Tuition, Revision and Courses

Greene’s Tutorial College has built its reputation on high-quality individual tuition for A levels, retakes, and university entrance. We are also an approved examination centre that welcomes private candidates.

Programmes of study include Mathematics workshops, science practicals and U.S. SAT I and SAT II preparation. All programmes are individually designed to help develop independent study and are a mixture of individual and group tuition.

Oxford’s Oldest Tutorial College

For over 45 years, Greene’s has offered thousands of students the benefits of tailor-made courses, taught by carefully selected and trained Oxford tutors.  Students come to Greene’s for full-time or supplementary study.  In both cases they find an educational environment with an emphasis on independence and responsibility.

Why Greene’s?

Greene’s is the ideal environment to develop your understanding of a subject, improve your grades or to learn a language.  We have considerable experience preparing students of all ages for school entry, GCSEs, A levels, Oxford and Cambridge entrance, UCAS and U.S. university applications and preparation for U.S. SATs.  Offering over forty subjects to our students, we excel at meeting the needs of the individual.

Education is not filling a pail but the lighting of a fire.

William Butler Yeats, (1865 – 1939), poet and playwright

Featured Tutors

Nathan

Nathan is a D.Phil. student at St. Cross College, Oxford in Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, researching the evolution of human language. Nathan received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Philosophy and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Tennessee, where he graduated magna cum laude. He then went on to the University of Edinburgh to complete [...]

I am enthusiastic about teaching, and particularly the tutorial method, because I think it allows for one-on-one interaction and attention to a student’s own individual needs, developing strengths and improving weaknesses, allowing a student to become more independent and responsible for learning at their greatest potential.

Nathan, Greene's Tutor