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Bucky Abroad: First Week in England
Looking Back at the First Week of EuroSpring
Bucky Abroad: Week 2
Bucky and the rest of Bemidji State University’s EuroSpring group visit Ashmolean Museum, Avebury, Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral.
Tentative 2020 dates: March 17 – April 19.
Study abroad in Oxford 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. During the fall, you’ll attend pre-trip workshops and orientation sessions. Housing is included in the cost of the program. Learn more about price and eligibility.
All EuroSpring students take a main lecture course. You will also enroll in two additional courses and participate in various field trips and group activities.
All participants register for the following courses:
BSU COURSE: INTL 1130 – Ed Abroad Basics
(If you did not take in Fall 2017)
|BSU COURSE: INTL 2100 – Instruct Intl Tour||1-3||8|
|HST 2953: The Medieval Age, AD 500-1500||3||5|
Participants must register for TWO of the classes below for credit, though all classes are open for audit.
|ENGL 2954 – The Knights of King Arthur||1||6|
|POL 2953- Politics and Law in Medieval Europe||1||5|
|SCI 2951 Science, Alchemy and Invention||1||3|
|ARTH 2953 – Art and Architecture||1||5|
PLEASE NOTE: Many students also take an online course in Spring in order to bring them up to 12 credits.
- Avebury, Stonehenge, and Salisbury.
- City of Bath and the Roman Museum, via Burford and the Cotswolds.
- Portsmouth Dockyard Museum.
- Anne Hathaway’s cottage and walking tour of Stratford-upon-Avon, theatre visit to see a performance in the evening.
The students will also be taken on a walking tour of Oxford, usually shortly after arrival, to help them find their way around the city, and to see its main buildings.
For more information, please contact
Deputy Hall 111
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.