Live and study in the spired city of Oxford and the medieval walled city of York.Live and study in the spired city of Oxford and the medieval walled city of York.This two-part course is a rare opportunity for students to experience the rich history and culture of two famous English cities.
First, students immerse themselves in the exciting city of Oxford, studying one-on-one with Oxford University professors. Course offerings are virtually unlimited; students can study business, history, political science, communications, literature, art, and more. In-class learning is further enriched by excursions to significant historical sites like Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle, Bath and Stonehenge.
In the second part of the course, students travel to the beautiful medieval walled city of York to study the Middle Ages with British scholars. Located in the north of England, York is the home of York Minster, the largest medieval cathedral in Northern Europe, which has been a place of worship for over 1300 years. With exclusive access to the archives, library and private areas of the Minster, students complete an individual research project and assist the artisans and scholars who are working to preserve the cultural fabric of medieval York. The course also includes excursions to locations significant to medieval studies such as Rievaulx Abbey, York’s parish churches, the stonemasons yard, the Glaziers Trust and a five day visit to Whitby.
Course fee is $10,300, with an optional airfare and meal allowance of $4000. This includes eight (8) credits; housing with full kitchen, laundry facilities, wireless internet and TV; all excursions; unlimited access to York Minster and its library and archives; and an Adrian College professor on site for the duration of the course.
May 10, 2022 - July 1, 2022
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