Oxford student group

Study Abroad in Oxford, England

Dates: July 22 - August 4, 2018

Stetson's study abroad program in Oxford, England is an intensive, two-week experience that teaches advocacy through practice, theory, and contemplation. Students will be exposed to the fundamental tenets of rhetoric, psychology, and storytelling. Local techniques and practices form an integral part of this course with multiple guest speakers from England, Scotland, and Ireland. These common law attorneys and judges will bring a different view point to the process — expanding the students understanding of the differences and similarities that stretch across legal systems.

About

Eligibility | Application | Housing
Resources  
Nondiscrimination Policy (PDF)
Cancellation Policy

Application Process

Checklists:
Application Process Checklist (Stetson Students)
Applicatoin Process Checklist (Non-Stetson Students)

Flowcharts:
Application Process Flowchart (Stetson Students)
Application Process Flowchart (Non-Stetson Students)

Preparation

Travel Arrangements | Travel Form
Cultures, Habits, and Attire | Travel Tips (PDF)
Health Insurance | Liability and Insurance
Class and Field Trip Attendance Policy (PDF)

Academics

Academic Program | Academic Policies
Calendar (PDF) | Class Schedule (PDF)
Courses | Course Materials
Field Trips | Faculty

Cost

Student Budget (PDF)  
Financial Assistance
Deposit and Tuition Refund


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Why Visit Oxford, England?

Oxford, known as the "City of Dreaming Spires," is rich with history, culture, and education. Home of 38 colleges that make up Oxford University, the location provides a beautiful and perfect setting for learning trial advocacy. Oxford is home to Blenheim Palace and the Ashmolean Museum, a highly regarded museum of art and archeology in Britain.

St. Hughs in Oxford