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Fall 2016

Dates & DeadlinesV

Program Dates: September 8 - December 3, 2016
Application Deadline: Friday, March 4, 2016
Acceptance Notification Deadline: Friday, March 18, 2016
Forms/Fees Deadline: Friday, April 1, 2016 - The Program deposit, $600, is due in full on Forms and Fees Deadline. Payment of this deposit confirms participation in the program, and does count towards the total program fees. Students are committed to pay the program fees in full after this date. If you withdraw after this date, you will be unable to recover your deposit and may also become liable for a pro-rated portion of the program fees.

AccommodationsV

Students will be housed at the University of Georgia 's Center in North Oxford. The large, elegantly-furbished rooms hold two to four students, and most have private bathrooms. Georgia students will also have associate membership in Keble College, which allows them to dine in college with Oxford students, have access to the College libraries, common rooms and pubs, and to participate in the College's social, cultural, and sporting societies and events.

CostsV

Approximately $7,900 plus twelve hours in-state UGA tuition and fees. The cost of the program covers room, most meals, study abroad insurance, Oxford fees, and associate membership at Keble College. Additional expenses include the cost of personal items and travel. A voluntary group-rate flight is available. Transient students are subject to an additional admission fee assessed by UGA Undergraduate Admissions.

EnrollmentV

The Franklin Fall Program is open to all majors! Enrollment will be limited to well-qualified students. Students are required to submit applications by the deadline; applications will be accepted after this date only if all positions are not filled. Click the "Apply Now" button above to access the online application.

Course Credit & EligibilityV

Students will earn twelve semester hours in a wide variety of disciplines. During the first four weeks, classes will be taught by both UGA and Oxford faculty, using an intensive seminar format. During the remaining eight weeks, classes will be taught by Oxford faculty using the tutorial format, an intensive system of individualized or small-group instruction traditional at Oxford.

Proposed SeminarsV

  • Seminar taught by UGA on-site faculty member is TBA.
  • ENGL 2320/4690: Topics in 20th-Century British Literature: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (and Joyce and Eliot)?: Reading Modernist Masterpieces
  • HIST XXXX: (TBA)
  • HIST 2302/3371: Tudor-Stuart England (Dr. Ian Archer, Keble College, Oxford )
  • INTL 4780: Special Topics in Comparative Politics: Common Law (TBA, Oxford)
  • PHIL 3220: Biomedical Ethics (Dr. David Birks, Oxford)
  • RELI 4001: Old Testament/Hebrew Bible Literature (Prof. Susan Gillingham, Worcester College, Oxford)

UGA On-Site Faculty CourseV

TBA

UGA On-Site Faculty MemberV

TBA

TutorialsV

In the remaining eight-week session, classes will be taught by Oxford faculty using the one-on-one Oxford tutorial format where students meet with their tutors in small groups and follow an intensive study course of research and writing. In more popular classes such as 'Shakespeare', students may expect to meet in a small group of 2-3 with the professor, but most tutorials are individualized. The semester curriculum at Oxford is tailored to individual student needs, so that students can make progress toward graduation while studying abroad. This accounts for the multitude of different courses offered. Besides the courses listed here we are able to offer numerous other options drawing on the rich faculty resources of Oxford University. Please contact our office if you are considering participating on a semester program and would like to discuss the possibility of taking a course at Oxford not listed here.

For a list of tutorials recently offered, see "Franklin Fall" in the table here

 

SPIA 2017

Early Admission - Dates & DeadlinesV

Program Dates: December 30, 2016 - March 11, 2017
Application Deadline: Friday, April 22, 2016
Acceptance Notification Deadline: Friday, May 6, 2016
Forms/Fees Deadline: Friday, May 27, 2016 - The Program deposit, $600, is due in full on the program's listed forms and fees deadline. Payment of this deposit confirms participation in the program, and it does count towards the total program fees. Students are committed to pay the program fees in full after this date. If you withdraw after this date, you may be unable to recover your deposit and may also remain liable for a pro-rated portion of the program fees.

Dates & DeadlinesV

Program Dates: December 30, 2016 - March 11, 2017
Application Deadline: Friday, October 14, 2016
Acceptance Notification Deadline: Friday, October 21, 2016
Forms/Fees Deadline: Friday, October 28, 2016 - The Program deposit, $500, is due in full on the program's listed forms and fees deadline. Payment of this deposit confirms participation in the program, and it does count towards the total program fees. Students are committed to pay the program fees in full after this date. If you withdraw after this date, you may be unable to recover your deposit and may also remain liable for a pro-rated portion of the program fees.

AccommodationsV

Students will be housed at the University of Georgia 's Center in North Oxford. The large, elegantly-furbished rooms hold two to four students and most have private bathrooms. Georgia students will also have associate membership in Keble College, which allows them to dine in college with Oxford students, have access to the College libraries, common rooms and pubs, and to participate in the College's social, cultural, and sporting societies and events.

CostsV

Approximately $7,900 plus twelve hours in-state UGA tuition and fees. The cost of the program covers room, most meals, study abroad insurance, Oxford fees, and associate membership at Keble College. Additional expenses include the cost of personal items and travel. Transient students are subject to an additional admission fee assessed by UGA Undergraduate Admissions.

EnrollmentV

The SPIA at Oxford Spring Program is open to all majors! Enrollment will be limited to well-qualified students. Students are required to submit applications by the deadline; applications will be accepted after this date only if all positions are not filled. Application forms and other information are available through the UGA at Oxford website homepage.

Course Credit & EligibilityV

Students will earn between twelve and fifteen semester hours in a wide variety of disciplines. Classes will be taught by both UGA and Oxford faculty, some using an intensive seminar format. During the eight weeks of Oxford term, classes will be taught by Oxford faculty using the tutorial format, an intensive system of individualized or small-group instruction traditional at Oxford.

Proposed SeminarsV

  • POLS/INTL 4325: Introduction to British Politics (Dr Jamie Monogan, SPIA, UGA) - mandatory
  • POLS 4650: Subnational Politics and Policy (Dr Jamie Monogan, SPIA, UGA) - optional

TutorialsV

In the eight-week session, classes will be taught by Oxford faculty (known as 'dons') using the one-on-one Oxford tutorial format where students meet with their dons in small groups and follow an intensive study course of research and writing. In more popular classes, students may expect to meet in a small group of 2-3 with the professor, but most tutorials are individualized. The semester curriculum at Oxford is tailored to individual student needs, so that students can make progress toward graduation while studying abroad. This accounts for the number of different courses offered. Besides the courses listed here, we are able to offer numerous other options drawing on the rich faculty resources of Oxford University. Please contact our office if you are considering participating on a semester program and would like to discuss the possibility of taking a course at Oxford not listed below.

For a list of tutorials recently offered, see "SPIA Spring" in the table here

 

Spring 2017

Dates & DeadlinesV

Program Dates: March 23 - June 17, 2017
Application Deadline: Friday, October 14, 2016
Acceptance Notification Deadline: Friday, October 21, 2016
Forms/Fees Deadline: Friday, October 28, 2016 - The Program deposit, $500, is due in full on the program's listed forms and fees deadline. Payment of this deposit confirms participation in the program, and it does count towards the total program fees. Students are committed to pay the program fees in full after this date. If you withdraw after this date, you may be unable to recover your deposit and may also remain liable for a pro-rated portion of the program fees.

AccommodationsV

Students will be housed at the University of Georgia 's Center in North Oxford. The large, elegantly-furbished rooms hold two to four students, and most have private bathrooms. Georgia students will also have associate membership in Keble College, which allows them to dine in college with Oxford students, have access to the College libraries, common rooms and pubs, and to participate in the College's social, cultural, and sporting societies and events.

CostsV

Approximately $7,900 plus twelve hours in-state UGA tuition and fees. The cost of the program covers room, most meals, study abroad insurance, Oxford fees, and associate membership at Keble College. Additional expenses include the cost of personal items and travel. A voluntary group-rate flight is available. Transient students are subject to an additional admission fee assessed by UGA Undergraduate Admissions.

EnrollmentV

The Franklin Spring Program is open to all majors! Enrollment will be limited to well-qualified students. Students are required to submit applications by the deadline; applications will be accepted after this date only if all positions are not filled. Click the "Apply Now" button above to access the online application.

Course Credit & EligibilityV

Students will earn between twelve and fifteen semester hours in a wide variety of disciplines. During the first four weeks, classes will be taught by both UGA and Oxford faculty, using an intensive seminar format. During the remaining eight weeks, classes will be taught by Oxford faculty using the tutorial format, an intensive system of individualized or small-group instruction traditional at Oxford.

Proposed SeminarsV

  • TBA: (UGA Faculty)
  • ENGL 2320/4690: Topics in 20th-Century British Literature: Reading modernist masterpieces (TBA, Oxford)
  • HIST 2302: Tudor-Stuart England (Dr. Ian Archer, Keble College, Oxford )
  • INTL 4780: Special Topics in Comparative Politics: English Common Law (Dr Claire Palmer, Oxford)
  • PHIL 3220: Biomedical Ethics (Dr. David Birks, Oxford)
  • RELI 4001: Old Testament/Hebrew Bible Literature (Prof. Susan Gillingham, Worcester College, Oxford)

UGA On-Site Faculty CourseV

TBA: (UGA faculty)

TBA.

UGA On-Site Faculty MemberV

Dr Jake Short

TutorialsV

In the remaining eight-week session, classes will be taught by Oxford faculty using the one-on-one Oxford tutorial format where students meet with their tutors in small groups and follow an intensive study course of research and writing. In more popular classes such as 'Shakespeare', students may expect to meet in a small group of 2-3 with the professor, but most tutorials are individualized. The semester curriculum at Oxford is tailored to individual student needs, so that students can make progress toward graduation while studying abroad. This accounts for the multitude of different courses offered. Besides the courses listed here we are able to offer numerous other options drawing on the rich faculty resources of Oxford University. Please contact our office if you are considering participating on a semester program and would like to discuss the possibility of taking a course at Oxford not listed here.

For a list of tutorials recently offered, see "Franklin Spring" in the table here

 

Junemester 2017

Dates & DeadlinesV

Program Dates: Travel dates: Saturday, June 10 - Friday, June 23 (online coursework will begin May 22 and continue after return from UK)
Application Deadline: Friday, January 13, 2017
Acceptance Notification Deadline: Friday, January 20, 2017
Forms/Fees Deadline: Friday, February 3, 2017 - The Program deposit, $500, is due in full on the program's listed forms and fees deadline. Payment of this deposit confirms participation in the program, and it does count towards the total program fees. Students are committed to pay the program fees in full after this date. If you withdraw after this date, you may be unable to recover your deposit and may also remain liable for a pro-rated portion of the program fees.

Program OverviewV

The UGA at Oxford Program is proud to offer a Junemester Program at Oxford. The program offers students the opportunity to travel and learn while living in Oxford. The University of Oxford whose rich academic traditions date as far back as at least the late-12th century has been playing host to foreign students since 1190. Today, nearly two hundred and twenty students a year from five of UGA’s largest colleges (Arts and Sciences, Business, Journalism and Mass Communication, Public and International Affairs, and Law) live and study in this bustling, modern University city whose dreaming medieval spires recall nearly a thousand years of political intrigue, religious rebellion, civil strife and regicide, as well as innovation, education, and scientific achievement. Famous Oxford graduates include Oscar Wilde, author, Lawrence of Arabia, soldier and diplomat, Indira Gandhi and Manmohan Singh, Prime Ministers of India, Stephen Hawking, theoretical physicist, Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair, British Prime Ministers, and Tim Berners Lee, inventor of the internet.

AccommodationsV

Students will be housed at the University of Georgia 's Center in North Oxford. The large, elegantly-furbished rooms hold two to four students, and most have private bathrooms. Georgia students will also have associate membership in Keble College, which allows them to dine in college with Oxford students, have access to the College libraries, common rooms and pubs, and to participate in the College's social, cultural, and sporting societies and events.

CostsV

Approximately $2,100 plus six hours in-state UGA tuition and fees. The cost of the program will cover housing at the UGA at Oxford (June 9 – June 24), class excursions, study abroad insurance, and program activities. Additional expenses include cost of personal items, airfare, and meals. Students are responsible for making their own flight arrangements. Transient students are subject to an additional admission fee assessed by UGA Undergraduate Admissions.

EnrollmentV

The Franklin Junemester Program is open to all majors! Enrollment will be limited to well-qualified students. Students are required to submit applications by the deadline; applications will be accepted after this date only if all positions are not filled. Application forms and other information are available through the UGA at Oxford website homepage.

Course Credit & EligibilityV

Students can earn six semester hours of credit. Course work will begin on May 23 and students will depart Oxford on June 24. During the sixteen days that students are in residence in Oxford, they will be constantly on the go visiting sites related to major themes in their courses. Much of the work will take place via e-mail and on-line course work.

Proposed SeminarsV

  • ENGL 2310: English Literature from the Beginning to 1700
  • ENGL 2320: English Literature from 1700 to the Present
  • ENGL 4695: Postcolonial Food and Fashion
  • ENGL/HIST 3100: Introduction to British Culture I
  • ENGL 4330: Shakespeare, Special Topics
  • ENGL 4690: Special Topics in 20th Century British Lit.
  • HIST 3371: Tudor-Stuart History

UGA On-Site Faculty CourseV

ENGL 4695: Postcolonial Food and Fashion

"If one is to behave badly, it is better to be bad in a becoming dress." Oscar Wilde

“Sometimes emotions are stirred into food and become what you feel. And sometimes people leak into each other, like flavors when you cook.” Salman Rushdie

In a postcolonial setting, food and fashion can shed light upon issues of racial identity, globalization, translation, and hybridity. Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children, for example, alludes to the “chutnification of history” and thinks of food as a way to retrieve and interpret memory. The narrator of the story positions himself as a cook and a writer, a master “of the multiple gifts of cookery and language.” In The Buddha of Suburbia, Hanif Kureishi’s protagonist expresses his individuality through clothes; he takes offense at his costume when he is cast to play Mowgli (“brown muck” and a “loincloth”).

Postcolonial characters—those who are born in newly-independent states, and those who leave their homes in search of a new one as migrants—are shaped by multiple, and often contradictory discourses. In many cases, the physical and cultural displacement of an individual creates a constant state of “homelessness.” Food and fashion can be antidotes to these severe forms of alienation; through sensory pleasures and experiences, individuals can connect with their homes in order to satisfy (at least temporarily) their nostalgic longings. With this in mind, this course will investigate how various forms of food and dress fit within a broader historical narrative about postcolonial existence, and in particular, how cuisine and fashion contribute to a multi-faceted and evolving sense of a self. The reading for this course will include: Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie, The Buddha of Suburbia by Hanif Kureishi, Brick Lane by Monica Ali, and White Teeth by Zadie Smith. And we will explore the world of postcolonial food and fashion in Oxford, London, and elsewhere.

UGA On-Site Faculty MemberV

Dr Esra Santesso

DepartureV

The latest a student can depart the US for England is 9 June. Each participant must arrive at the UGA at Oxford Center, Oxford, no later than 12:00 PM, 10 June. Students must vacate the Center no later than 10:00 am on 23 June to return home or travel.
 

Franklin Summer 2017

Dates & DeadlinesV

Program Dates: June 25 - August 4, 2017
Application Deadline: Friday, January 20, 2017
Acceptance Notification Deadline: Friday, January 27, 2017
Forms/Fees Deadline: Friday, February 3, 2017 - The Program deposit, $500, is due in full on Forms and Fees Deadline. Payment of this deposit confirms participation in the program, and does count towards the total program fees. Students are committed to pay the program fees in full after this date. If you withdraw after this date, you will be unable to recover your deposit and may also become liable for a pro-rated portion of the program fees.

AccommodationsV

Students will be housed either at historic Trinity College or the UGA at Oxford Center. Trinity College, Oxford, was founded in 1555 and is one of Oxford's most distinguished colleges. Trinity College is ideally located in the center of the city and has been praised by students for its architectural beauty and friendly atmosphere. The UGA at Oxford Center is located in North Oxford. The large, elegantly furnished rooms hold two to four students, and many have private bathrooms. All students will have access to the Trinity College dining hall, common rooms, computer labs and network, and college pub.

CostsV

Approximately $6,400 plus in-state UGA tuition and fees. The cost of the program covers Oxford and Trinity College fees, room, most meals, study abroad insurance, and class excursions. Additional expenses include cost of personal items and travel. A voluntary group-rate flight is available. (Transient students are subject to an additional admission fee assessed by UGA Undergraduate Admissions.)

EnrollmentV

The Franklin Summer Program is open to all majors! Enrollment will be limited to well-qualified students. Students are required to submit applications by the deadline; applications will be accepted after this date only if all positions are not filled. Click the "Apply Now" button above to access the online application.

Course Credit & EligibilityV

Students can earn six semester hours in a wide variety of disciplines. Tutorials will be taught using the tutorial format of individualized or small-group instruction. Tutorial groups are never larger than three students. Each tutorial class includes an excursion to a site in England related to the major themes in the course.

TutorialsV

Classes will be taught by Oxford faculty using the individualized Oxford tutorial format where students meet with their tutors in small groups of a maximum of three students and follow an intensive study course of research and writing.

For a list of tutorials recently offered, see "Franklin Summer" in the table here

 

Terry Summer 2017

Dates & DeadlinesV

Program Dates: June 25 - August 4, 2017
Application Deadline: Friday, January 20, 2017
Acceptance Notification Deadline: Friday, January 27, 2017
Forms/Fees Deadline: Friday, February 3, 2017 - The Program deposit, $500, is due in full on Forms and Fees Deadline. Payment of this deposit confirms participation in the program, and does count towards the total program fees. Students are committed to pay the program fees in full after this date. If you withdraw after this date, you will be unable to recover your deposit and may also become liable for a pro-rated portion of the program fees.

AccommodationsV

Terry students will be housed in the UGA at Oxford Center, with full access to Trinity College, Oxford. The Centre's large, elegantly furnished rooms hold two to four students, and many have private bathrooms. Trinity College was founded in 1555 and is one of Oxford's most distinguished colleges. It is ideally located in the center of the city and has been praised by students for its architectural beauty and friendly atmosphere.  All students will have access to the Trinity College dining hall, common rooms, computer labs, and college pub.

CostsV

Approximately $6,400 plus in-state UGA tuition and fees. The cost of the program covers Oxford and Trinity College fees, room, most meals, study abroad insurance, and class excursions. Additional expenses include cost of personal items and travel. A voluntary group-rate flight is available. (Transient students are subject to an additional admission fee assessed by UGA Undergraduate Admissions.)

EnrollmentV

The Terry Summer Program is open only to UGA Pre-Business and Terry students! Enrollment will be limited to well-qualified students. Students are required to submit applications by the deadline; applications will be accepted after this date only if all positions are not filled. Click the "Apply Now" button above to access the online application.

Course Credit & EligibilityV

Students earn six credit hours in a wide variety of disciplines. Terry students take the mandatory seminar taught by a Terry faculty member, as well as a tutorial taught by Oxford faculty. These classes use the tutorial format of individualized small-group instruction. Tutorial groups are never larger than three students. The seminar and tutorial class will each include an excursion to a site in England related to the major themes in the course.

Mandatory Terry SeminarV

MIST 5780 / INTB 5100

Globalization, Leadership, and Information Systems

UGA On-Site Faculty MemberV

Dr Mark Huber

TutorialsV

For the list of tutorials offered, see "Terry Summer" in the table here

 

Grady Summer 2017

Dates & DeadlinesV

Program Dates: June 25 - August 4, 2017
Application Deadline: Friday, January 20, 2017
Acceptance Notification Deadline: Friday, January 27, 2017
Forms/Fees Deadline: Friday, February 3, 2017 - The Program deposit, $500, is due in full on Forms and Fees Deadline. Payment of this deposit confirms participation in the program, and does count towards the total program fees. Students are committed to pay the program fees in full after this date. If you withdraw after this date, you will be unable to recover your deposit and may also become liable for a pro-rated portion of the program fees.

AccommodationsV

Students will be housed either at historic Trinity College or the UGA at Oxford Center. Trinity College, Oxford, was founded in 1555 and is one of Oxford's most distinguished colleges. Trinity College is ideally located in the center of the city and has been praised by students for its architectural beauty and friendly atmosphere. The UGA at Oxford Center is located in North Oxford. The large, elegantly furnished rooms hold two to four students, and many have private bathrooms. All students will have access to the Trinity College dining hall, common rooms, computer labs and network, and college pub.

CostsV

Approximately $6,400 plus in-state UGA tuition and fees. The cost of the program covers Oxford and Trinity College fees, room, most meals, study abroad insurance, and class excursions. Additional expenses include cost of personal items and travel. A voluntary group-rate flight is available. (Transient students are subject to an additional admission fee assessed by UGA Undergraduate Admissions.)

EnrollmentV

The Grady Summer Program is open only to all majors! Enrollment will be limited to well-qualified students. Students are required to submit applications by the deadline; applications will be accepted after this date only if all positions are not filled. Click the "Apply Now" button above to access the online application.

Course Credit & EligibilityV

Students earn six credit hours in a wide variety of disciplines. Grady students may take either the Grady seminar and one Oxford tutorial, or alternatively two Oxford turorials. Classes taught by Oxford faculty use the tutorial format of individualized small-group instruction. Tutorial groups are never larger than three students. The seminar and tutorial classes will each include an excursion to a site in England related to the major themes in the course.

Grady SeminarV

JRLC 5080: International Mass Communication

This course focuses on exploring persuasive communication theories, research, and practices in an international context. Though much of the current literature of persuasive communication focuses on the United States, a rapidly growing body of literature explores effective communication issues and practices in Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa. Given the steady globalization of world markets and media, these trends seem likely to continue and even accelerate. Thus, international communication practices, issues, and theories are of great interest today.

UGA On-Site Faculty MemberV

Dr Juan Meng

Dr Meng is an associate professor of public relations. She teaches public relations courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Her teaching areas include public relations campaigns, research, management, and global PR. Dr. Meng’s research interests include leadership in public relations, leadership development, measurement, employee engagement, and reputation management. Dr. Meng also founded and directs UGA ADPR Choose China Study Abroad Program. You can reach Dr. Meng for questions related to the course at jmeng@uga.edu.

TutorialsV

For the list of tutorials offered, see "Grady Summer" in the table here

 

Fall 2017

Dates & DeadlinesV

Program Dates: September 7 - December 2, 2017
Application Deadline: Friday, March 3, 2017
Acceptance Notification Deadline: Friday, March 17, 2017
Forms/Fees Deadline: Friday, March 31, 2017 - The Program deposit, $500, is due in full on Forms and Fees Deadline. Payment of this deposit confirms participation in the program, and does count towards the total program fees. Students are committed to pay the program fees in full after this date. If you withdraw after this date, you will be unable to recover your deposit and may also become liable for a pro-rated portion of the program fees.

AccommodationsV

Students will be housed at the University of Georgia 's Center in North Oxford. The large, elegantly-furbished rooms hold two to four students, and most have private bathrooms. Georgia students will also have associate membership in Keble College, which allows them to dine in college with Oxford students, have access to the College libraries, common rooms and pubs, and to participate in the College's social, cultural, and sporting societies and events.

CostsV

Approximately $7,900 plus twelve hours in-state UGA tuition and fees. The cost of the program covers room, most meals, study abroad insurance, Oxford fees, and associate membership at Keble College. Additional expenses include the cost of personal items and travel. A voluntary group-rate flight is available. Transient students are subject to an additional admission fee assessed by UGA Undergraduate Admissions.

EnrollmentV

The Franklin Fall Program is open to all majors! Enrollment will be limited to well-qualified students. Students are required to submit applications by the deadline; applications will be accepted after this date only if all positions are not filled. Click the "Apply Now" button above to access the online application.

Course Credit & EligibilityV

Students will earn twelve semester hours in a wide variety of disciplines. During the first four weeks, classes will be taught by both UGA and Oxford faculty, using an intensive seminar format. During the remaining eight weeks, classes will be taught by Oxford faculty using the tutorial format, an intensive system of individualized or small-group instruction traditional at Oxford.

Proposed SeminarsV

  • Seminar taught by UGA on-site faculty member is TBA.
  • ENGL 2320/4690: Topics in 20th-Century British Literature: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (and Joyce and Eliot)?: Reading Modernist Masterpieces
  • HIST XXXX: (TBA)
  • HIST 2302/3371: Tudor-Stuart England (Dr. Ian Archer, Keble College, Oxford )
  • INTL 4780: Special Topics in Comparative Politics: Common Law (TBA, Oxford)
  • PHIL 3220: Biomedical Ethics (Dr. David Birks, Oxford)
  • RELI 4001: Old Testament/Hebrew Bible Literature (Prof. Susan Gillingham, Worcester College, Oxford)

UGA On-Site Faculty CourseV

TBA

UGA On-Site Faculty MemberV

Dr Andrea Sweigart

TutorialsV

In the remaining eight-week session, classes will be taught by Oxford faculty using the one-on-one Oxford tutorial format where students meet with their tutors in small groups and follow an intensive study course of research and writing. In more popular classes such as 'Shakespeare', students may expect to meet in a small group of 2-3 with the professor, but most tutorials are individualized. The semester curriculum at Oxford is tailored to individual student needs, so that students can make progress toward graduation while studying abroad. This accounts for the multitude of different courses offered. Besides the courses listed here we are able to offer numerous other options drawing on the rich faculty resources of Oxford University. Please contact our office if you are considering participating on a semester program and would like to discuss the possibility of taking a course at Oxford not listed here.

For a list of tutorials recently offered, see "Franklin Fall" in the table here

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