Wolsey Hall Oxford founded as a correspondence college by Joseph William Knipe.
Moved to St Aldates Oxford.
Supplied degree level courses via the University of London external degree programme.
Moved to 66 Banbury Road Oxford
Appointed by the War Office to provide courses for the British Armed Forces.
Sir Harold Evans editor of The Sunday Times studied Economics with Wolsey Hall Oxford whilst an RAF airman.
Demand for GCSE ‘O’ and ‘A’ level courses grew.
Large growth in numbers of students studying from outside the UK.
SR Nathan, President of Singapore studied with Wolsey Hall Oxford achieving a Grade II certificate.
Nelson Mandela studied through Wolsey Hall Oxford for his London University Law degree whilst in Robben Island jail.
Wolsey Hall Oxford launches world's first distance learning MBA with Warwick Business School.
John Coffey, an inspiring and committed educator is appointed as new Principal of Wolsey Hall
Launch of management development courses to a variety of organisations including BA, Lloyds TSB and Shell.
Lee Wilcock, a dedicated and innovative distance learning professional is appointed Principal of Wolsey Hall
Wolsey Hall Oxford launches online IGCSE courses.
Wolsey Hall Oxford launches online A level courses.
Wolsey Hall Oxford launches online Secondary Age 11-13 courses
Wolsey Hall Oxford launches online Primary Age 7-10 courses
Wolsey Hall Oxford becomes a registered online school of Cambridge Assessment International Education
Wolsey Hall Oxford launches online Primary Age 5-6 courses
Wolsey Hall Oxford becomes the first and only approved online Cambridge Primary school.
Wolsey Hall introduces 'Getting Ready for Year 1' courses
Gavin McLean, an accomplished and innovative expert in distance learning, is appointed Principal of Wolsey Hall.