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OXFORD LAW & CULTURE PROGRAMME | OXBRIDGE SUMMER SCHOLARS

LAW & CULTURE STREAM 
IN OXFORD 

Dive into the world of law and culture studies in Oxford with Oxbridge Summer Scholars

STREAM D - LAW, HUMANITIES AND CULTURE (LHC)

This exciting interdisciplinary stream will appeal to anyone studying in the broad range of subjects that comprise the arts and humanities.

 

You might be aiming to study a vocational subject like law or disciplines like English literature and history that give you the analysis and communication skills that will enable you to access a variety of careers after graduation.

 

You will be taught by experienced academics, lecturers as well as those employed in law firms, and professional writers.

 

At our most recent OSS programme, we hosted novelist and Oxford graduate Susie Boyt as a guest speaker to lead a creative writing class and read from her work.

Previous seminar topics include:

  • Criminal law

  • The Industrial Revolution

  • American lyric poetry

  • Intellectual property rights and music

  • Islamic art and architecture

Recent keynote lectures that humanities students found interesting covered topics such as AI, access to justice, and the intersection of science and religion.

Students in this stream will gain an awareness of the positive benefits to society of education in the arts & humanities in addition to how expertise in subjects such as ethics, religion, and history are not luxuries but are an integral part of human understanding as well as development.

TUITION FEE AND APPLICATION INFORMATION

Cost £5350 + registration fee (non-refundable): £500

The programme cost includes accommodation for the duration of the programme, three meals per day, educational activities, and all extracurricular activities.

 

However, the programme does not cover transportation to and from the UK, transfers within the UK, or pocket money.

Learn more about the application process here

SEIZE THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLORE NEW HORIZONS!

FINANCAL AID

Oxbridge Summer Scholars is proud to be one of the only summer schools in the United Kingdom that provides need-based financial aid to both domestic and international students.

For families with demonstrated financial need, we strive to assist students from anywhere in the world to fulfil their ambition to participate in the Oxbridge Summer Scholars Programmes, up to a maximum 30% fee reduction.

How to apply for financial aid:

To apply for financial aid, please email your parent/guardian’s most recent tax return, employment status (payslip or letter from employer) as well as a one-page Statement of Need (SoN) explaining your financial need and challenging circumstances to admissions@oxbridgesummerscholars.com by our application deadlines.

Students applying for need-based financial aid MUST apply for financial aid at the same time as they apply for a place in the programme, as there are no later opportunities after admissions decisions are released to request financial aid.

When will you be informed if you have been qualified for the financial aid?

Students who have applied for financial aid will find out if they have qualified for any financial aid when admissions decisions are released.

Oxbridge Summer Scholars offers financial aid of up to a 30% fee remission for all students with demonstrated financial needs. Families experiencing financial difficulties are encouraged to apply for financial aid. Any documents you submit will be kept confidential.

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