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                                   THIS PROGRAM IS CLOSED AND IS CURRENTLY ONSITE IN OXFORD.  2015 INFORMATION WILL BE PUBLISHED SOON.

Oxford, England: Study in the City of Spires

A Journey of Discovery! Spring Semester 2014
February 6- April 25, 2014

(Pre-Departure classes will be held at PCC from January 27 to February 4, 2014)

 

Oxford, England

Pasadena City College is celebrating its twenty-fourth Semester Study Abroad Program in Oxford, England, a world renown center of learning since the 13th century. This historic town houses over forty colleges, and is filled with a rich and exciting cultural, artistic, and intellectual history.  Marvel at the breathtaking architecture.  Stroll through the university quadrangles and manicured gardens.  Experience the beauty and distinction of this vibrant city.

BROCHURE AND REGISTRATION (Click below to open and download)

2014 Oxford Program Information Flyer

2013 OXFORD BROCHURE

PCC APPLICATION:

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION:

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Academic Courses:

Participants must select a program of at least 12 units from a total of 15 offered.  Classes being offered are:

Course Number Course Name Units
English 60 Masterpieces of Drama 3
English 61 Introduction to the Novel 3
Anthropology 2 Cultural Anthropology 3
Anthropology 3 Introduction to Archeology 3
Anthropology 4 Anthropology of Religion, Magic and Witchcraft 3

All credits are CSU; UC transferable.

Faculty

Professor Debra Bronstein (English Division) (626-585-3249)

Professor Andrea Murray (Social Sciences Division) (626-585-3365)

 

Oxford skyline - Spires of Gothic cathedrals

 

Useful Links:

Oxford Information 
A complete list of on-line information about Oxford.
Oxford

Contact the PCC Study Abroad Office (C221)

 
 
 

Oxford Program Pictures

Information Meetings (It is not mandatory to attend these meetings. For information only.)

Come and meet your instructors and other interested students and learn more about this terrific program.

Thursdays:

September 19 October 17 or November 14

12 noon or 6pm in Room C217

 

You are encouraged to bring friends, family, and anyone else who is interested to the meetings.

 

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