Activate Learning students from Banbury and Bicester, Oxford and Reading campuses took part in a series of fun, physically demanding tasks at the fifth annual Mark Webber Group Challenge in May.
Hosted at RAF Halton, 10 students from each campus took on an assault course of low ropes, circuits, observation tasks and a run up the quaintly named "Cardiac Hill".
Competing against four other colleges, the Oxford team won the low ropes challenge and finished second overall.
The challenge is designed to push participants and inspire them to work together as a team to achieve more.
The annual event is run by Inspire Young People - a charity that supports students in financial need to complete their studies