Greene’s Tutorial College is situated in the centre of Oxford in three separate but closely located buildings. Founded in 1967, the college is owned and governed by its two proprietors and managed by the principal. The college aims to provide flexible study programmes which are tailored to the individual needs and aspirations of students, with a particular focus on preparation for university. Teaching is mainly on a one-to-one basis, with some small groups and a small but increasing number of students studying through online provision. The large majority of students are full-time aged 16 to 20 and are enrolled on A level courses, short courses and supplementary courses. The school also offers the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Admission onto a full-time A level course requires a formal interview and scrutiny of previous examination results, as well as school reports and references, and occasionally formal written assessments. Approximately seventy-five per cent of all students are British and around five percent are from the rest of Europe; international students come from a range of countries including China, Russia, Malaysia, Nepal, Turkey, Japan and Indonesia.