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GPA Requirement: 3.7 Areas of Study: Behavioral Sciences, Engineering & Math, English & Writing, Humanities, IS, Politics & History, Languages & Culture, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences
Language of Instruction: English Language Prerequisite: No
Prerequisites: Completion of 3-5 courses in proposed tutorial field/s prior to applying Program Type: Direct enroll
Credit Type: Transfer credit (grades do not appear on Hopkins transcript) Housing Type: On-Campus, Residence Hall
Application Process: (1) Complete Hopkins app by clicking "Apply Now", (2) Go to program website to complete program app (note deadline may be different) Hopkins Application Fee: $25 (provider/university may also charge an app fee)
Program Advisor: Jenny Quijano Sax
Program Description:

St. Anne’s College is one of 39 colleges that make up Oxford University, the UK's oldest and most prestigious research university. St. Anne's is a down-to-earth, friendly and independent-minded college that takes people for what they are. It is modern in its outlook and architecture and open to the world, informal and yet academically demanding.

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St. Anne's College
University of Oxford (Arts and Sciences)

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St. Anne's is one of Oxford’s largest colleges, with some 446 undergraduates and 300 graduates. The college's Fellows’ interests range across the Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Mathematics, Physical and Medical Sciences. St Anne’s was founded on the principle that it integrated the values of the University with the world of its students: it is implacable in the pursuit of academic excellence, but does not see this as setting it apart from contemporary society.


Oxford, England

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Areas of Study

  • Classical Archaeology and Ancient History
  • Classics
  • Comparative Literature
  • English
  • History
  • Medical Humanities
  • Modern Languages (Italian, Portuguese, Spanish)
  • Music
  • East Asian Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Economics
  • Geography
  • Law
  • Politics
  • Biochemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Engineering
  • Experimental Psychology
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
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DatesBuilding Detail

Fall: Late September to Mid-December. Deadline: January 15
Full Year: Late September to Mid-June. Deadline: January 15
Spring: Early January to Mid-June. Deadline: January 15

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  • Cumulative GPA of 3.7 or above
  • Sophomore standing at time of application
  • 3-5 courses completed in proposed area of study
  • A mandatory meeting with a study abroad advisor 
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Courses and Credits

The hallmark of the University of Oxford academics is the tutorial system. The tutorial is typically a one-hour meeting between one or two students and the tutor (professor). Tutorials usually meet once a week or every other week, and at the center of the tutorial is an essay on a topic the tutor previously assigned. The tutor will lead a discussion about the essay topic in an effort to provide new insights. At the end of the tutorial, the tutor will assign a new topic and may offer recommended reading.
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At Oxford you’ll be expected to do much more work on your own and to think more independently than in most other teaching methods. Your tutor is there to guide your studies, rather than to feed you facts and information, and this provides the opportunity for intensive academic study under a unique and prestigious system.

The Arts and Sciences visiting program at St. Anne’s Oxford is open to students during their Junior Year or Senior Fall. Students will complete either Fall only (September Pre-Term + Michaelmas Term), a full or extended academic year, comprising three plus Oxford terms (optional September Pre-Term + Michaelmas Term [October to December] + Hilary Term [January to March] + Trinity Term [April to June]). Spring semester only (Hilary and Trinity Terms) is also an option. Courses are taught in the rigorous tutorial system. Grades will appear only on the program transcript and will not appear on the Hopkins transcript or factor into the Hopkins GPA.

Students interested in the Fall only or extended academic year options (which both require participation in the September Pre-Term) will be required to take a 4-credit hour History and Politics tutorial called The Making and Unmaking of Modern Britain: Britishness and the Construction of National Identity in the Twenty-First Century during the month of September. For more information about this tutorial, please visit the program homepage on the St. Anne's College website.

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Students pay the St. Anne's Visiting Student tuition and fees plus the Hopkins study abroad fee (12% of Hopkins tuition), which are both billed through the Hopkins student account. Financial aid may be applied toward the cost of the program.
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Students live in college (on-site dormitory housing) with other St. Anne’s undergraduates.

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Application Process

Click the green "Apply Now" button at the top/bottom of the page to apply to this program. Hopkins will forward your application to St. Anne's College for consideration.
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