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Bemidji, MN 56601-2907

EuroSpring 2015*
*Applications now available in Deputy 103!

The next informational meeting is on Thursday, October 9th at 4:00 p.m. in Decker 19B.
 

Join the BSU EuroSpring Program for an unforgettable spring semester of education abroad.

Check out this 2013 EuroSpringer's blog!

EuroSpring 2014 at StonehengeMarch 16 -  April 17, 2015

Leave mid-March for five weeks of study at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford, England, studying with, and guided by, Dr. Allan Chapman. Orientation sessions and pre-trip workshops are held at BSU late in Fall 2014 and a pre-trip workshop is conducted in February, three weeks prior to departure.

Students arrange their own transportation to and from Wycliffe Hall in Oxford, England. Upon arrival at Wycliffe Hall, the students will be taken out for a walking tour and orientation of the city.

Earn six academic credits for this program, which includes courses focusing on British Medieval History, Politics, Science, Art, Music, Literature, and Theatre.

Students are free to tour on their own (at their own cost) after the course of study at Oxford.

BSU Faculty Director

Dr. David Smith
218.755.4122

Academic Program

Five weeks of study at Wycliffe Hall. All students will be enrolled in the main lecture course as well as in two of the seven classes offered.

Main Lecture Course

Dr. Allan Chapman, M.A., D. Phil., F.R.A.S.,
University of Oxford
The Medieval Age, A.D. 500-1500

Classes

  • Influential Women in the Middle Ages
  • Politics and Law in Medieval Europe
  • Science, Alchemy, and Invention
  • The Knights of King Arthur
  • Romance East and West
  • Art and Architecture
  • Music and Culture

Field Trips

  • Avebury, Stonehenge, and Salisbury
  • City of Bath and the Roman Baths, via Burford and the Cotswolds
  • Portsmouth Dockyard Museum
  • Warwick Castle and Stratford-upon-Avon to see a performance in the evening

Eligibility

EuroSpring is open to students in good academic standing (GPA at least 2.5) who have completed their freshman year. This program may include activities such as hikes, walking tours, and other forms of physical activities. Visited sites, modes of transportation, and housing accommodations may not be handicap accessible.

Requests for reasonable accommodations will be carefully considered, but may not be available. You may wish to consult with the program faculty director.

Price

Total student expenses include a program fee. Among other things, the program fee includes health insurance, lodging and meals while at Oxford.
Tuition and fees, transportation to and from Wycliffe Hall, personal expenses and travel, and books and supplies are not included in the program fee.
Payments owed to BSU are due in full prior to departure.
Contact the BSU International Program Center for estimated cost.

The IPC encourages applicants to visit with the Financial Aid office before applying to find out their eligibility and amount of coverage by financial aid.

PLEASE NOTE: This itinerary is subject to change. The price for EuroSpring may fluctuate due to inflation in exchange rate, the number of participants, and other factors beyond the control of Bemidji State University.

For more information, please contact:

BSU Education Abroad
telephone: 218.755.4096