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  • Locations: Oxford, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Cost of Attendance Sheets: Spring
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2019 10/12/2018 10/19/2018 12/30/2018 03/09/2019
NOTE: This Program has TWO application cycles. See below for dates relating to each:

Early Application: 20-Apr-18
Early Notification: 4-May-18
Early Commitment: 11-May-18

Regular Application: 12-Oct-18
Regular Notification: 19-Oct-18
Regular Commitment: 26-Oct-18
Fact Sheet:
Program Category: UGA Residential Center Sponsor: University of Georgia
Type of Instruction: Independent Study, Lecture, Tutorial Classes With: UGA Students
Language of Instruction: English Taught By: Host Professor(s), UGA/U.S. Professors(s)
Housing Type: Dorm/Student Residence Work Opportunity: No
Volunteer Opportunity: No Scholarship Availability: Yes
College/School: CAES, Ecology, Education, Engineering, Environment and Design, FACS, Franklin, Grady, Law, Pharmacy, Public Health, Social Work, SPIA, Terry, Vet Med, Warnell Academic Area: Arabic, Chinese Language and Literature, Economics, English, French, History, International Affairs, Political Science, Political Science and International Affairs, Spanish
Minimum number of credit hours: 12 Maximum number of credit hours: 12
Minimum GPA Requirement: 2.7 or above Number of Student Participants: 11-20 students
Open to non-UGA students: Yes
Program Description:
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Welcome to UGA at Oxford

The UGA at Oxford Study Abroad Program has been in existence for over twenty-five years. One of the most successful programs on campus, the program is a big reason that the University of Georgia has risen to rank in the top twenty in the nation for University student participation in study abroad programs. If you've considered spending part of your college career abroad, think of Oxford as your first stop. We offer over 100 courses in a wide variety of majors and subjects, so we are certain to have something for you.

For full program details, please see the UGA at Oxford website,


Program Ratings:
Accuracy and usefulness of orientation materials:
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Accessibility and quality of health care:
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Safety of location, facilities, excursions, and transportation:
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Academic quality, appropriateness of workload:
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Choice of location for excursions, field trips, site visits:
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Safety, cleanliness, comfort and appropriateness of housing:
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Arrangements for and quality of meals:
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Opportunities to learn about and interact with the local culture:
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Overall effectiveness of program staff in managing program:
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Effectiveness of program staff in handling academic and personal needs and concerns:
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Value of the program in relation to the cost:
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Overall quality of the program in relation to expectations:
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Program Reviews:
Ange B Han, Spring 2016 Participant
London field trips are the best!

Caleb Bryce Masten, Spring 2016 Participant
I do want to express how thankful and pleased I was with program staff. From Dr. McClung to Ms. Barbara to Mr. Ryan Williamson and Dr. Owsiak, all were very helpful and really seemed to care about ensuring that the students in my program were well cared for and provided the maximum opportunity to benefit from the program. I would like to make special note of Ryan Williamson's efforts, as graduate assistant, to go above and beyond his designated duties. He of course always made sure the house was locked up and the alarm activated and dealt very professionally with any personal disputes within the house. However, he often went beyond that in checking in on students and their studies, offering advice, and making himself available anytime a student needed to contact him (which can be difficult with odd hours and limited phone capabilities that many students experience). I would also like to make note of Dr. Owsiak's efforts. Dr. Owsiak invited all of our program in small groups to dinner at his flat over the course of the program. In this endeavor, and many smaller ones, Dr. Owsiak really seemed to get to know all the students in our program. As faculty, his advice and willingness to discuss class and career topics enhanced the academic community of the program.

Spring 2017 Participant
Make every effort to engage with the culture. This is where you will learn the most about the world and yourself.

I learned how to convey my thoughts more clearly in my writing, and how to argue my opinions one-on-one with my professors. Learning at Oxford takes a great deal of outside work and preparation, and my work ethic has certainly improved. I think my most valuable takeaway, however, has been the appreciation of a different culture and feeling at home in another nation. Learning so much about the opinions, politics, and customs of another people has made me a more cultured and cognizant person, and also much more appreciative of Smiths lyrics.
     — Harper Bridges, Spring 2017
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