Good afternoon from the Center for Global Education (CGE). We will accept online applications for the University of Oxford's international summer school until one week from today. Space is limited. Interested students may choose one of two program tracks: English literature or History, Politics and Society. 

Open to both undergraduate and graduate students, the English literature program consists of a daily lecture program given by leading scholars and distinguished speakers, complimented by a study in small seminar groups with specialist tutors. Undergraduate English literature students take two mandatory courses, Critical Reading and Shakespeare on Stage and Screen. Graduate applicants may choose two seminars from:
  • Chaucer: Sacred and Profane
  • Recent Trends in Shakespeare on Stage and Screen
  • The English Romantic Poets
  • Jane Austen
  • Victorian Fiction
  • Contemporary British Fiction

Open to both undergraduate and graduate students, the History, Politics and Society program also consists of a daily lecture program given by leading scholars and distinguished speakers, complimented by a study in small seminar groups with specialist tutors. Undergraduate and graduate students may choose two seminars from:
  • British Politics, 1900-1945
  • The Changing Face of Britain
  • The Contemporary Middle East
  • The European Union in Perspective
  • Human Rights: Principles and Practice in the Contemporary World
  • International Development: Challenges in a Changing Climate
  • Political Economy in a Globalised World
  • Post-Communist Europe: The Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe since 1989
  • Warfare in the Modern World
A range of optional excursions and social events will also be offered throughout the program. These are likely to include: a walking tour of Oxford, after-dinner talks, and weekend excursions to sites of historical interest.   

Interested? Contact Sarah Mournighan at (703) 993-2132 or begin your online application this weekend!

Sincerely,
Kevin Stoy
Marketing Coordinator | Center for Global Education
Adjunct Faculty Member | School of Management
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