CCCU Oxford Honours Programme
Honors students have the unique opportunity to take a semester at Oxford University. Come to England and participate in this rigorous academic program, aimed at increasing critical thinking skills and scholarship. As a student in the Scholars' Semester in Oxford (SSO), you are a Registered Visiting Student of the University of Oxford (a privilege for very few visiting students). This is your access point to a 900-year-old institution that is world-recognized for academic excellence, and boasts 119 libraries with 11 million books and outstanding electronic resources.
SSO is designed specifically for students seeking an academically robust program. It begins with primary and secondary tutorials. Here, you and an accomplished Oxford scholar go head-to-head on a topic chosen from hundreds of subjects relating to history, literature, languages, philosophy or science. And when it’s all said, done, debated and graded, you'll return home with more questions than you brought with you. Because of its intensive nature, SSO requires a 3.7 GPA at minimum and, at JBU, membership in the Honors Program.
Find out more at Bestsemester: Oxford Scholars Programme.
Your Visiting Student status comes with extraordinary privileges such as: participating in Oxford’s athletic clubs, taking part in artistic organizations, and of course, an all-access pass to world-renowned libraries. It culminates in a program that many students find to be the perfect bridge from the undergraduate world to the world of graduate studies.
SCIO has two Oxford residences: the North Wing of Wycliffe Hall, a large college residence north of the centre of town; and The Vines, a late-Victorian mansion on Headington Hill overlooking Oxford's ‘dreaming spires'. Bicycles are available to students living in the Vines.
Apart from some lunches organized as part of the program, all students will need to prepare their own meals while in Oxford. All students accepted on the program receive an up-to-date price list of various foods to help work out a budget.
|British Studies Core Course||4|
|SECOND SEMESTER (Optional)||CREDITS|
|British Studies Core Course: Further Studies*||4|
*Choose One–the choice of one of these two courses is only offered in the optional 2nd semester.
How to Apply:
1. Read the JBU International Travel Policy, which lists the forms and documentation needed to study abroad and provides a general overview of payment methods.
2. Complete the Undergraduate International Studies Application Packet.
3. Return the application and all documentation to International Programs Office.
The studies team leaders review all applications and will communicate with applicants accordingly.
For More Information, contact:
Melissa Dea Stevenson
International Education Coordinator
John Brown University