What is UA in Oxford?
For over four decades, faculty and students from English, History, and Honors have joined each summer to form an altogether special study abroad experience at the University of Oxford. Housed in the stunning medieval college of Worcester, the campus's orchard, lake, and cricket pitch make for a remarkable place to study for a summer.
The UA in Oxford program offers a curated package of five courses in English and History at the 200, 300, and 400 levels. Taught by a mixture of UA and Oxford faculty, most classes are available at both the Honors and non-Honors levels and are small, with cohorts of 12 to 14 each. A highlight is the one-of-a-kind UH 239 course, which details the rich cultural, artistic, and literary history of Oxford itself.
Students who enroll in UA in Oxford also gain access to the University's library system, including the Bodleian and Radcliffe Camera libraries. The city itself is vibrant and cosmopolitan, overflowing with some of the world's best art collections and natural history museums. With ready rail access to major centers across the United Kingdom and western Europe, Oxford is an ideal launchpad from which to explore the world.
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