It is safe to say that Oxford is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. It is amazingly rich in history and culture. The University was first founded in 1096, so every stone in the street feels like it has been there for centuries. Every shop and pub has its own unique charm. So many people have walked these streets including the likes of President Bill Clinton, authors C.S. Lewis and Oscar Wilde, 26 British Prime Ministers including Margret Thatcher, actor Hugh Grant, Stephen Hawking and many, many more.
Beginning My Journey To Oxford University
I first heard of the Oxford University Study Abroad Faculty-Led Program while sitting in one of my criminal justice classes in the beginning of the Spring 2015 semester.
I decided to attend one of the information sessions held by Corey Gustafson, an adjunct professor in International Relations. There, I learned the focus of our studies would be International Relations. Continue reading “Beginning My Journey To Oxford University”