About UGA at Oxford Location

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The Radcliffe Camera – Completed in 1748, the “Rad Cam,” as local students call it, is one of the central Bodleain Library Buildings and one of the most recognizable features in the Oxford landscape. The “Camera”, meaning room in Italian is home to two of the venerable institution’s most popular reading rooms, and whether in the shortening days of Michaelmas term or in the long summer evenings of the end of Trinity, students fill its tables, working hard on that next important essay.

UGA at Oxford Program students, who hold readers’ cards in the Bodleian library system, have themselves been denizens of this august building for well over two decades. For more information about the Bodleian Library system, please see the institution’s website: http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/