The Oxford branch of the China-Britain Youth Association was founded in early 2012 and is quickly becoming a leading focus for Sino-British relations in Oxford.

China and Oxford share a centuries-old partnership, with the University welcoming its first Chinese visitor in 1687. In recent years, the University of Oxford has announced the building of a new £10m China Centre and has established exciting scholarships and exchange opportunities for Chinese and British students. CBYA Oxford will continue to develop these close ties over the coming years.

A small committee of students, academics and young professionals ensure that CBYA’s vision and values are delivered in the city of Oxford. We always welcome anyone who shares an interest in Sino-British affairs. Please do get in touch if you would like to be involved in any way from just attending events to helping our Executive Committee.


Click here to see photos and reports from past events at CBYA Oxford.

25/04/12 – George Walden on “China’s Future World Role”
18:00 Danson Room, Trinity College

30/04/12 – Dinner and Drinks Social
18:30 Paddyfields Restaurant, Oxford

10/05/12 – Kerry Brown on Hu Jintao
18:00 Swire Seminar Room, University College

25/05/12 – Mr Mei, Managing Partner, Yingke Law Firm
15:00 Old Dining Hall, Harris Manchester College

CBYA Oxford organises a range of stimulating and exciting events, ranging from thought-provoking seminars to professional networking events and entertaining socials. Our events are free and open to all. We warmly invite you to bring along friends or colleagues.

Contact Us

For more information, or to join our mailing list, contact Edward Beard at oxford@cbya.org.uk Alternatively, ‘like’ our facebook page at www.facebook.com/cbyaoxford