What is OXLL, Oxford Lifelong Learners?
OXLL is the joint effort initiated by a group of lifelong learners
trying to maintain the bonds of friendship after completing their
award-bearing courses at the
OUDCE, Oxford University.
OXLL differs from the Oxford University Society in the sense
that OUDCE students are not necessarily matriculated. They include
teachers, graphic artists, pharmacists, those self employed, those
unemployed, nurses, those with a physical disability, administrators,
parents at home with a small child, and a wide range of people
working in business and IT support functions. Some already have degrees
and many have HNCs, GCSEs, or other qualifications in a variety of
professions. But what they all have in common, is, at some point of
their lives, they have achieved an Oxford University award.
Enquiries concerning OXLL membership
For questions regarding free membership or registration of
the free OXLL.org email forwarding service, please email to the
. Please remember to include your full name, course and
the year of graduation.