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Scholarships

UGA Foundation
Incentive
Scholarships
Multiple scholarships are available from funds provided by the UGA Foundation for students participating in a UGA at Oxford program, awarded competitively on the basis of academic excellence and financial need. For full information, click here.
The
Judith D. Shaw
Scholarship
The Judith D. Shaw Endowed Scholarship Fund was established on January 7, 2005, to provide need-based scholarships for an academically-gifted student from Franklin, Grady, Terry or SPIA unable to study in Oxford without financial assistance. For full information, click here.
The
Ploughman
Scholarship
The Ploughman Scholarship was established in 1999 by Ken and Andrea Parris. The award, usually around $1,000, is offered to English majors participating on a Franklin Fall or Spring program with UGA at Oxford. For full information, click here.
The
Woodlands
Scholarship
The Woodlands Scholarship was established to provide support and incentive to study abroad with UGA at Oxford for students of outstanding academic potential. Financial need shall be a consideration, but is not a requirement. For full information, click here.
The John D.
Bradshaw
Scholarship
The John D. Bradshaw Scholarship is named for our co-Founder, Professor David Bradshaw. It is awarded competitively on the basis of academic excellence and financial need.For full information, click here.
UGA Foundation Incentive Scholarships
Multiple scholarships are available from funds provided by the UGA Foundation for students participating in a UGA at Oxford program, awarded competitively on the basis of academic excellence and financial need. For full information, click here.
The Judith D. Shaw Scholarship
The Judith D. Shaw Endowed Scholarship Fund was established on January 7, 2005, to provide need-based scholarships for an academically-gifted student from Franklin, Grady, Terry or SPIA unable to study in Oxford without financial assistance. For full information, click here.
The Ploughman Scholarship
The Ploughman Scholarship was established in 1999 by Ken and Andrea Parris. The award, usually around $1,000, is offered to English majors participating on a Franklin Fall or Spring program with UGA at Oxford. For full information, click here.
The Woodlands Scholarship
The Woodlands Scholarship was established to provide support and incentive to study abroad with UGA at Oxford for students of outstanding academic potential. Financial need shall be a consideration, but is not a requirement. For full information, click here.
The Bradshaw Scholarship
The John D. Bradshaw Scholarship is named for our co-Founder, Professor David Bradshaw. For full information, click here.

Student employment

The UGA at Oxford Work Program supports UGA students who have participated in a UGA at Oxford study abroad program. The position generally requires employment in the UGA at Oxford office the semester upon returning to the US. The typical semester award is 50 hours.

To apply for the OXWORK, please click here.

Other scholarships and funding sources

In addition to the scholarships which exist specifically for the UGA at Oxford program, there are a number of other scholarships availabe at the UGA, state and national level. These are listed on the Office of International Education's web portal, UGA GoAbroad, and can be found by following the links below:

Support the Program

If you are reading this message, then you are one among an important group of friends and alumni of the UGA at Oxford Program. If you or your child have been on the Program, then you also know exactly what opportunities it provides for the UGA community. Without saying a word, UGA at Oxford alumni are our best advertisements, returning to Athens and their “normal” lives with an increased sense of self-confidence, a heightened dedication to their studies, and a greater belief in their own abilities. You needn't take our word for it, either; click on the video below to hear from the students themselves.

Student Testimonials

This emphasis on personal accountability, commitment, and a genuine belief in the ability of each and every student at UGA to exceed the expectations of some of the most demanding faculty in the world at the oldest English-language University in the world is our most basic tenet. No less genuine, however, is our absolute commitment to afford this opportunity to many, many others for years to come.

Whether through scholarship endowments or general support, your donations and pledges to the UGA at Oxford Program can demonstrate your commitment to join us in that cause. For the first time in our history, the Program has launched an annual campaign initiative. Considering the strong testimonial statements from students like these (please view the videos at right), stories from some of our more recent program participants, and your own hopefully unforgettable time with us, we hope you will be inspired to support others in this endeavor, no matter what the amount.

Won’t you join other UGA at Oxford alumni and friends in furthering our engagement with the University and expanding the opportunities that we can provide to students all over our State?

For more information and giving options, please consider the giving options below, and know that we cannot thank you enough for your support!

 

The Friends of Oxford fund is designed to support the Program day-to-day, providing access to cultural sites, student travel support, Oxford faculty travel to Athens, and to assist with special projects and events.

 

 

The Ploughman Endowed Scholarship Fund is awarded to first-generation college students with interest in the humanties who attend a semester Program. It focuses on awarding a student who best exhibits the pious, hard-working characteristics of Chaucer’s Ploughman, featured in The Canterbury Tales.

 

 

The Judith D. Shaw Endowed Scholarship Fund is named after our Program’s co-Founder, and is a need-based award for any of our Program participants. Dr. Shaw was dedicated to our core principle of making the Program opportunity available to the widest possible student population at UGA.

 

 

The John D. Bradshaw Scholarship is named for our co-Founder, Professor David Bradshaw, who taught thousands of UGA students in his 20+ years with our Program and at the time of his passing in 2016 was one of the most highly-respected members of the University of Oxford faculty.

 

 

The Woodlands Scholarship was created in order to support all students accepted into the Program from any major or program of study at UGA. Financial need, as determined by the Office of Student Financial Aid at the UGA, is a significant consideration.

 

 

For more information on other ways to contribute to the ongoing success of the UGA at Oxford Program, please feel free to contact us in the Office of International Education:
1324 S. Lumpkin St
Athens, GA 30602
phone: 706.542.2244
email: oxford@uga.edu

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