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It's a once in a lifetime opportunity. If you're a student living and studying outside the European Union, our Visiting Student programme offers you the chance to be challenged academically by outstanding tutors, inspired by a beautiful living and working environment, and immersed in a vibrant social, sporting and artistic community.
You'll study at St Edmund Hall for up to one year alongside Oxford undergraduates, and we'll be working hard to ensure that your experiences here will match those of our regular students. You'll be given accommodation with our own undergraduates and study the same subjects, often sharing tutorials with students on the Oxford courses.
Most of our Visiting Students come from the USA on a Junior Year Abroad, but others have come from Canada and Australia, and the College is developing links with universities in Asia. Unfortunately we're not able to accept Visiting Student applications from students who are studying within the European Union.
Nick (pictured right), a 2011 Visiting Student from the University of North Carolina, shares his experiences:
“My time here has been a privilege.” said Nick, “It’s an honour to be given the opportunity to study in such a stimulating academic environment."
The study was as challenging as he expected. “The tutorial system holds you far more accountable for your work than the conventional lecture format. The level of academic expectation and the quality of the teaching pushes your learning to a higher level. It’s intense, and you have to be ready to justify and articulate arguments beyond the remit of your assignments., But it’s been an enriching experience in so many ways. The appreciation of other cultures, the history of the College, the friendships and the academic challenges have all been unforgettable and invaluable.”
If you would like to know more about becoming a Visiting Student at St Edmund Hall, don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com