The Oxford Tradition was the first study abroad program we opened, in 1985. It is housed in Pembroke College, founded by King James I, in 1624. The Oxford Tradition enables students in grades 10-12, to immerse themselves in fascinating subjects under the guidance of our faculty that includes Rhodes Scholars, Marshall Scholars, and university professors.
Students choose two courses - a Major and a Minor. All courses privilege experiential learning, using the city as a classroom. Students explore Oxford by attending a Shakespeare play, visiting the world-famous Bodleian Library, and taking in sights such as Christ Church. Students learn about applying to British universities from admissions officers and attend guest talks on important topics delivered by renowned experts.
To reap the benefits of a study abroad program at Oxford, apply now!
The Paris Connection is an optional 6-night extension available to students on The Oxford Tradition.