Study abroad with the Institute for Study Abroad at the University of Oxford, St. Catherine's College! St. Catherine's motto, Nov et Vetera, meaning the new and the old, sums up the college's attitude. Founded in 1962, it is the newest college, bu...
Study abroad with the Institute for Study Abroad at the University of Oxford, St. Catherine's College! St. Catherine's motto, Nov et Vetera, meaning the new and the old, sums up the college's attitude. Founded in 1962, it is the newest college, but it more than holds its own academically with its older siblings. St. Catherine's was designed by the famous Danish architect Arne Jacobsen and its modern architecture reflects the college's contemporary outlook.
What St. Catherine's has to offer
- A friendly and dynamic atmosphere - Founded in 1962, this young college has a diverse student population and an enthusiastic, energetic attitude - One of the most flexible colleges at Oxford in terms of tutorial selections and the range of available subjects - Numerous societies available - Parties, bops and entertainment organized by the Junior Common Room - Located near the University Science area but has a lovely rural setting - Its off-the-beaten-path location gives St. Catherine's plenty of room and some of the best college amenities at Oxford - Great student facilities include theatres, a music house, two student computer rooms, a gym, squash and tennis courts, and a boathouse for punting on the river
Any student applying to an IFSA-Butler program can apply for our general scholarship awards, which are $500 for a summer program, $1,500 for semester study, and $2,000 for the full year. We also offer special opportunities such as First Generation College Student scholarships and a Fill the GAP study abroad savings program that matches contributions up to $1,000.
Coincides with program deadlines
Any student who applies for an IFSA-Butler program may apply for a scholarship by completing a scholarship application. This is separate from the general IFSA-Butler program application.