Study Abroad Program for students with an interest in Medieval, Renaissance or Early Modern Studies in collaboration with the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Oxford University, Middlebury College and a consortium of selective US colleges and universities. Academic Program consists of 2 tutorial courses (one-on-one or one-on-two) in the liberal arts (Art History, Classics, History, Literature, Philosophy, Religion), a seminar course for all program students (chosen from offerings in History, Literature & Philosophy), and an "Integral Course" ("The Making of Europe 1000-1400" in the fall or "Renaissance to Enlightenment" in the spring) including lecture, a colloquium and field trips. Faculty are drawn from Oxford University.
At a Glance
Location: Oxford, England
Terms: Fall, Spring, or Full Year
Language of Instruction: English
Pre-Requisites: Minimum 3.5 GPA, Declared major in Medieval/Renaissance Studies, Classics, History, Art History, Religion, English, or Philosophy
Approximate Dates: Fall: early September-mid December, Spring: early January- mid April
Housing Options: Dormitories