After the successful 2020 Online OIP, we decided to continue OIP this summer as well! Browse our site for more information about our week-long programme, and don't forget to fill out our application form before the places fill up. Do not hesitate to contact us let you have any questions and we hope to virtually see you in August!
What You Will Learn
Learn to use the power of compounding to create value in the long run.
Find out how your brain is tricking you into behaving like an irrational consumer.
When and Where ?
The Oxford Investment Programme runs for a week over the summer.
The date for our 2021 Online OIP:
9th August - 15th August
The number of students that can attend OIP is limited so make sure you apply early to secure your place at our summer school.
What to expect?
Students will have 25 hours of contact fairly divided in the one week period.
You will learn the tools necessary to start your investing journey, by looking at real-life examples.
You will have the opportunity to establish an online business with the aim to generate profits.
You will learn how to adapt a business to a fully virtual environment.
This year our online prices start from £890 (+VAT if applicable) for the entire course.
Click here to find out more about what this fee includes.
The experience you will gain
The in-person experience
The online experience
Revi is currently working as a guest teacher at the Management department of the London School of Economics and he is a teaching associate at the Economics department of the University of Oxford.
During the last 6 years, he started 2 businesses with only 10 000$ and has now turned that initial capital into $0.5 million dollars and runs two successful companies while keeping more than a full-time teaching position between LSE and Oxford.
During these 6 years, the compound rate of the net assets under his control has grown by over 60% annually compounded. During his 10-year teaching career at leading UK institutions, he has taught a wide array of courses including Finance, Marketing, Corporate Strategy, Managerial Economics, Econometrics: Theory and Applications, and Strategy. He has also received numerous teaching excellence awards by both departments and students.