Free through our matching scheme*, available to students from more disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds
Who are we? We are a team of 6 young Oxbridge Undergraduates. We have met through school and university and have come together to form Kaizen Tutors because we believe we can use our own admissions experience and the lessons we have learned since coming to university to help support students who are embarking on their own university journey. We value quality, attention-to-detail, and genuinely want to help people reach their target universities.
Why Us? We have looked at the support currently available, and we believe that we can make this support more personalised, more informative and less expensive. The word “Kaizen” is derived from Japanese and means “incremental continuous improvement”, and this is a central concept in our teaching philosophy. We believe that the best results are achieved when students turn their admissions preparation into a structured process. Having a more systematic approach allows students to make small consistent changes that add up to large improvement over a long period of time. We are confident that the small-group teaching style, similar to an Oxford tutorial or a Cambridge supervision, will provide a better forum for discussion and enable more personalised attention for each student.
Japanese Characters: "Kai" (Good) and "Zen" (Change)
Our Core Values We aim to provide the most personalised, accessible and well-structured PAT, ENGAA and interview courses that are available. We value accessibility, so want students from across the country and from a range of socio-economic backgrounds to be able to benefit from our services. We hope that students will not only gain knowledge about what they need to know for their tests and interviews, but also about how best to approach and structure their learning.