ACU in Oxford
While living in the historic city of Oxford, England, you will enroll in 15 credit hours during either the fall or spring semester. Summer courses are also offered in a variety of disciplines.
While in Oxford you will:
- Be challenged and inspired by the historically rich academic tradition of the "City of Dreaming Spires."
- Deepen your faith as you reach out to the community in service-learning opportunities.
- Enjoy building life-long relationships with other students and faculty.
- Travel and experience the beauty of different cultures.
- Study and experience the British and European contributions to the world.
- And so much more!
You will live in one of two remodeled Victorian houses in fashionable North Oxford, approximately a 15-minute walk from the city center (five minutes by bus).
Each house consists of four floors with student rooms, baths and fully-equipped kitchens. Wireless internet access is available throughout the houses. Local shops and a first-rate market are nearby, in the city center. ACU faculty and staff live in private apartments throughout the semester.
For specific cost information, download a program flyer (below). If you have further questions, please contact Rachel Brown at 325-674-2754 or email email@example.com.
The Oxford summer and semester flyers may be viewed by clicking on the links below.
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