Costs and Financial Aid
The total cost of the program, including tuition in two seminars and all lectures, accommodation, all meals, study excursions, and theater visits is $8,950.
Students taking the third, additional seminar pay an additional $1,300.
These costs do not include travel to and from Oxford or textbooks.
Financial Aid details for 2013 will be available shortly after Thanksgiving.
These statements are for guidance only, based on 2012.
British Studies At Oxford is pleased to be able to offer financial aid to some classes of students, both from its own resources and through the generous co-operation of other institutions and individual benefactors.
Students Attending Rhodes College
We anticipate that the 2013 scholarships will be similar to those offered in 2012. Each of these was for $3,500.
Three Scholarships for Rising Seniors: The John Henry Davis Scholarship
Three Scholarships for Rising Juniors: including the Kristen and Vernon Hurst Scholarship, the Yerger Hunt Clifton Scholarship, and the Elizabeth Henley Scholarship
Three Open Scholarships: the Ida LeBlanc Smith Scholarship; two scholarships funded by the Program in the Study of Liberal Democracy
Students at member institutions of the Associated Colleges of the South
In conjunction with British Studies At Oxford, some member institutions of the Associated Colleges of the South offer scholarships of varying value to enable participation in the program. Colleges and universities currently offering these include Birmingham-Southern College; Hendrix College; and The University of the South. Please Contact your Dean or Foreign Study Advisor for details.