BSU EuroSpring

Program Overview

BSU’s longest running study abroad program is back for the spring of 2024. Study in Oxford, England, while paying BSU tuition and fees and earning BSU credit! From the term before your departure until your return, we provide plenty of support and guidance along the way. During the first two months of Spring 2024, you’ll attend pre-trip orientation (INTL 1300 Educ Abroad Basics) before flying out to the UK on March 12th, 2024. Housing, most meals and field trips are included in the cost of the program.

Program Details

  • Program includes full room and board in Wycliffe Hall, which is walking distance from all of Oxford’s main attractions
  • Field trips to Stonehenge, the Royal Dockyards at Portsmouth, Salisbury Cathedral, City of Bath and others
  • Attend a performance of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Shakespeare’s home of Stratford upon Avon
  • Enjoy easy excursions to London from Oxford with 24/7 bus service.
  • Do your own travel to anywhere in Europe from Oxford over the 5-day Easter weekend
  • Enroll in online credits from your major to continue on your academic plan, while also taking 6-9 International Studies credits that fulfil Core Curriculum (liberal education) requirements
  • Optional: Lille, France
    • We are working on an opportunity for students who are interested in spending their spring break 2024 in Lille, France from March 5 to March 10 before starting in Oxford at Wycliffe Hall on March 11th.
    • We will be staying at the Stephane Hessel Youth Hostel.
    • Students would be expected to register for an additional one credit of INTL 2200. Visits to museums and historic sites would be required as part of the instruction.
    • Costs of this optional component are still being determined, but we expect it to cost about $1000 including the additional credit.
    • Take a quick look at the attractions of Lille.
    • A final determination on including the Lille option is yet to be made. It depends on student interest. A final decision will be made by November 1, 2023.


Oxford: Oxford, a city in central southern England, revolves around its prestigious university, established in the 12th century. The architecture of its 38 colleges in the city’s medieval center led poet Matthew Arnold to nickname it the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’.

Wycliffe Hall: Wycliffe is a rich and diverse community in the beautiful and strategic setting of Oxford, a permanent private hall of the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.


In this re-invented Eurospring experience, students will be able to continue with their course of study without interruption through the use of online courses.  For the spring semester, students

are expected to enroll in 6-9 credits of regular BSU classes that are offered in an asynchronous distance format. Wycliffe Hall is equipped with EduRoam ( which is a global hotspot system for educational use. It would be quite feasible for students to continue with distance classes while at Wycliffe.

All participants must also register for the following courses for Spring 2024:

Course Credits Goal Area
INTL 1130 – Ed Abroad Basics ( Accelerated in Spring 2024) 3 NA
INTL 2200 – International Study Experience – Humanities (at Wycliffe) 3 6 & 8
INTL 2400 – International Study Experience – Social Sciences (at Wycliffe) 3 8

Important Dates

Tentative travel dates: March 11- April 13

Upcoming Info. session: Oct.5, 2023| 3:30pm| North Conference Room HMU Upper Union

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Follow our student participant from 2018 to see a sample of EuroSpring Itinerary.

Bucky Abroad: First Week in England
Looking Back at the First Week of EuroSpring 2018

Bucky Abroad: Week 2
Bucky and the rest of Bemidji State University’s EuroSpring group visit Ashmolean Museum, Avebury, Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral.

Cost and Eligibility


EuroSpring is open to students in good academic standing (with at least a 2.75 GPA) who have completed at least one semester at BSU. Students must be at least 18 years or older prior to departure.

This program may include physical activities like hikes and walking tours including lots of stairs. Not all sites visited, modes of transportation or housing accommodations will 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.

Financial Expectation


Item Item Cost Eurospring with Supplemental Eurospring without Supplemental Regular BSU Semester
Program Cost $4,632.00 $4,632.00  $4,632.00  $-
Tuition and Fees 15 credits $5,220.00 $5,220.00  $5,220.00  $5,220.00
BSU Housing and Food $5,363.00
Miscellaneous Expenses $1,500.00
Airfare** $1,000.00
Passport $200.00
Immunizations $100.00
Individual Travel $1,000.00
Personal expenses $450.00
Insurance $70.00
Books/supplies $250.00 $445.00
SUBTOTAL ADD. EXPENSES $2,750.00 $2,750.00 $2,750.00
Optional Jan-Feb Housing Supplement $2,780.00  $-


$15,382.00 $12,602.00  $12,528.00

Please meet with financial aid to discuss your individual aid package and how it can apply to EuroSpring.

All program payments, including tuition and fees, are due in full before your departure.

*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.

**The best way to travel between Heathrow and Oxford is the Airline bus (  A fixed return ticket is currently £31.50, or a group ticket for 4 people is £70.  The Airline bus also runs between Oxford and Gatwick.

Follow Bucky’s EuroSpring adventure on Instagram!

Minnesota State is an organization which contracts with Wycliffe Hall for the provision of an Education Abroad experience, but which has no formal connection with the University of Oxford.