About The Masters - Oundle School

Oundle School is situated in the quintessentially English market town from which it takes its name. The School’s buildings, dating from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century, are dispersed throughout the town, which is, to a large extent, its campus. As a result, pupils pass through the streets continually as they go to lessons, games or other activities, and are not isolated from the local community.

Oundle school aerial view

The Masters – Programme Highlights

The Masters programme aims to promote entrepreneurship and the development of a new generation of business leaders. It seeks to develop new perspectives, outlooks and clarity on concepts about the global economy and is a unique and captivating way of encouraging a future generation to step into the world of business and finance. By immersing students into real business contexts and scenarios they will be able to explore the behaviour of the global economy and achieve an extensive understanding of what it is like to lead a company within the context of globalised markets.

Compulsory age range: 16-18


  • Full day excursion to Oxford with entrance to Christ Church College
  • Field trip to a UK company to understand business processes unique to their industry
  • 2 extended full day excursions to London with a West End Musical and an Award Ceremony in a secret location
  • The Masters Mixed Team Mystery Challenge
  • Evening lectures from professionals within the field of business, entrepreneurship or further education
  • Project Input sessions combined with project development sessions.

Please find the centre guidebook here


  • London Heathrow

    1hr 40mins

  • London Gatwick

    2hrs 20mins

  • Stansted

    1hr 20mins

Oundle School


  • Fantastic sports centre and 43.5 metre swimming pool
  • Common rooms in every boarding house where students can relax in the evenings
  • The Great Hall used for formal ceremonies, discos, presentation events and talent shows
  • Full equipped, professional standard theatre used for creative events
  • A number of spacious breakout rooms for rehearsals and presentation practice.