Odyssey to Oxford
Experience the World-Famous University of Oxford
Quench your thirst for knowledge by studying at one of the world’s most famous universities while you experience Oxford as a student. This two-week lifelong education abroad program takes you on a rare adventure to Oxford, England, “City of Dreaming Spires,” and to the University of Oxford, famous as a great center of learning since the 12th century.
About the 2022 Program
- Art and Power in the Tudor Court
Tutor: Gillian White
- British Traitors
Tutor: Kees Windland
- Making Things, Making Britain
Tutor: Antony Buxton
- Oxford Fantasy Writers
Tutor: Emma Plaskitt
Free time during the program offers participants many opportunities to explore the city of Oxford, which is rich with cultural and leisure activities, offering a variety of museums, bookstores, theaters, restaurants, pubs, shops and natural settings to visit.
For complete program details, please review the brochure. Note: while the dates in the brochure are from 2020, the 2022 program will remain virtually unchanged from 2020.
Registration for the 2022 Program
If you are interested in being placed on a waiting list for the 2022 program, please contact Elizabeth Wheeler via email.
We strive to treat all participants fairly and equally and keep everyone safe while enjoying the program. To fully benefit from this experience, participants must be able to keep pace with the group. There is a significant amount of walking and this program will be challenging for anyone who has difficulty walking, requires an aid while walking, or has other mobility issues or some pulmonary conditions. Excursions involve walking that may range, over time, from less than half an hour to a couple of hours and may necessitate walking on uneven, steep or hilly ground, uphill terrain, unpaved surfaces or climbing steep and narrow stairs. England is not ADA accessible to the extent that the United States is - ramps and elevators are not common and walking to a destination is often required. Oxford’s historic city center has many cobblestone streets and walkways and the age and layout of many buildings at Oxford can make them arduous to traverse as well.
MSU and/or Oxford cannot accept responsibility for, or provide any on-going assistance to, any participant. This will ensure the smooth and efficient operation of the program for all participants.
We respectfully request that prospective participants honestly consider whether this program is a good fit for them and if there are any questions, we encourage prospective participants to contact Elizabeth Wheeler via email or by calling (517) 884-2106 prior to registering for the program.