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The University of Georgia at Oxford Law semester program will run for 15 weeks. It is conducted by the University of Georgia School of Law and has been approved for accreditation by the American Bar Association. It is also one of the few semester-long study abroad opportunities offered by American law schools.
We enroll 20 students each year, from Georgia. The program is open to both second- and third-year law students, although preference is given to 3Ls if there are more applicants than spaces available.
For additional information, please see the Georgia Law at Oxford website. Read More
Dates - This Program is not offered on an annual basis. Information coming soon.
Program Dates: TBA
Application Due: TBA
Acceptance Notification Deadline: TBA
Forms/Fees Deadline: TBA - 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.
If you wish to attend the UGA at Oxford Study Abroad Program, but are a student at another institution, please read the following information carefully. Please follow these instructions meticulously to ensure that you are eligible to register for the courses associated with UGA at Oxford.
Keble College, one of Oxford University’s thirty-nine constituent Colleges, is one of the newest colleges in Oxford, if you call being founded in 1870 “new,” that is. Home to some of the most unique architecture in a town packed full of unique architectures, Keble has opened its gates to UGA at Oxford students for nearly twenty years. As associate members at Keble College, UGA at Oxford semester program students enjoy all the activities and facilities this Victorian, Gothic-revival beauty has to offer. From the dining hall to the spacious quads and meeting spaces, Keble has become an essential part of making our Program what it is in Oxford. For more information, see the College website: http://www.keble.ox.ac.uk