Study Abroad in Oxford
Oxford life is treating me incredibly well . . . I've had incredible discussions and have learned a lot, mostly about myself and how I learn best, in my time here . . .
UHP students who wish to participate in the CUA Oxford program should apply to participate during the spring semester of their sophomore year or the fall semester of their junior year. For more information, please contact the Center for Global Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the CUA Oxford program website.
The Honors Program has two or more $500 scholarships available each semester which can be used for study abroad. These scholarships operate on a reimbursement fund basis. To apply, simply email a one-page letter describing where you will travel, what you will be doing there, and your exact proposed budget for the scholarship money, to the Honors Program (see Contact Us page), or bring it by one of our offices (McMahon 112A or 107). For students traveling for academic purposes in Summer or Fall 2014, please apply by March 21, 2014. We will announce recipients by April 15.
Click here to learn about Dr. Ingrid Merkel and the founding of the University Honors Program.
Study abroad in Oxford is arranged through the Center for Global Education at CUA in coordination with the Oxford Programme for Undergraduate Studies (OPUS) in Oxford, and features a variety of custom-designed individual tutorials covering topics mostly in the liberal arts and taught by prominent university scholars. Students are placed in colleges considered among the best at Oxford University. Students can study either during the Michaelmas Term (fall semester), the Hilary Term (spring semester) or the late Trinity Term (summer), and have the option of taking a small group tutorial on C.S. Lewis, Shakespeare, or British Politics, along with two individual tutorials. Students live in student housing in and around the center of Oxford. This program provides qualified CUA undergraduate and graduate students with an opportunity to study at one of the world's most prominent and challenging schools.