Tufts Programs Abroad: Tufts in Oxford

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Oxford University, with 12,000 undergraduates and 7,000 graduate students, is now over 800 years old and consists of thirty-eight independent, self-contained, self-governed colleges and numerous other institutes and organizations. Tufts maintains ... read more

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It was definitely worth it. One of the best things is that I became a much better writer at Oxford. Also, I was able to tour a large portion of Europe during breaks and have now seen some of the most famous sites in the world. The whole experience definitely broadened my perspective and also allowed me to make comparisons with t... - Tufts University View Entire Review
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Definitely worthwhile - I couldn't have done anything better during my junior year. I've made friends from all over the world who have already come to visit me in the U.S. Oxford encouraged me to pursue a senior thesis and taught me that I can handle independent, self-taught learning. - Tufts University View Entire Review
Being at Oxford made me take much greater ownership and initiative in my intellectual development and pursuits. Oxford's commitment is not only to rigorous scholarship, but also to personal investment and application of one's skills of reasoning to form unique and sophisticated opinions. In other words, the Oxford experience too... - Tufts University View Entire Review
Yes - a lot of scientific knowledge as well as life-long friendships. - Tufts University View Entire Review
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I loved every aspect of the Oxford program; truly the best year of my undergraduate career. I met some of the best people there- which surprised me, I thought people would be more pretentious. It was truly incredible, and if I could do it again, I absolutely would. I cannot speak more highly of this program. - Tufts University View Entire Review
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At the moment, I'm planning on getting my PhD in history. If that happens, it will be much more than a cliche to say that Oxford changed my life. - Tufts University View Entire Review
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Tufts-in-Oxford is a great program. It's very helpful to be in a Tufts program, since you get to utilize the Tufts resources and stay connected with the Tufts community while studying abroad. Oxford is an intense but rewarding academic experience. Obviously, don't go into the program if you're not ready to work hard (but if y... - Tufts University View Entire Review
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Oxford University, with 12,000 undergraduates and 7,000 graduate students, is now over 800 years old and consists of thirty-eight independent, self-contained, self-governed colleges and numerous other institutes and organizations. Tufts maintains an agreement with Pembroke College, where a select few qualified Tufts students may spend an academic year as fully integrated visiting students. Pembroke College was founded in 1624 and has a student body of 500. It is a friendly and informal college that emphasizes intellectual activity, but also values sports, drama, and music. (Pembroke has its own boathouse and playing fields.) There are numerous clubs and societies organized by Pembroke students.

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