receive six hours of course credit for the following two courses:
• Decision-Making in
Public and Private Contexts: The Good, the Bad, and
the Ugly (SPEA V450).
• Governance in Public and Private
Contexts: Herding Cats (SPEA V450)
Please check with an undergraduate advisor to determine if these courses will count
towards your degree.
Rising juniors or seniors from any IU program with a GPA of 3.0 or
higher are welcomed to apply.
The classes for the IU at Oxford
program will continue to be held in the
Institute for Science, Innovation,
Society conference room at
Said Business School.
Students will have a private bedroom in a recently renovated 20-bedroom
house, owned by Exeter College
and conveniently located within walking distance of classes, restaurants, and cultural activities. Each
student will also receive a 30-day bus pass to facilitate transportation around Oxford.
2010 program pricing will include a minimum of 42 meals (14
breakfasts, 15 lunches and 13 dinners).
Students will dine in college at Exeter College once each week. Other meals will be provided by a variety of
establishments, including traditional British fare, Indian, Thai, Lebanese and the occasional Chinese or pizza
take-out. During weekend field trips, some additional group meals will be provided. We'll cap off your last
day of the program with a high-table banquet at one of Oxford's famed dining halls.
Students will take
weekly field trips related to their studies to destinations throughout
England. 2008 field
• Punting on the River Thames &
Dinner at Head of the River
Parliament: House of Lords, Westminster Abbey and Churchill’s
Wiltshire & Somerset: Stonehenge, Old Sarum Castle, Salisbury
Cathedral & Magna Carta and Royal
Woodstock: Blenheim Palace, Battle Prom Concert, and Fireworks
Some meals will also be included in the price of weekend field trips.
The IU at Oxford program will continue to make liberal use of guest
lecturers to provide the students with
access to a broad range or professors. Guest lecturers for 2008
Dolores Romero-Morales, University of Oxford
10 July, 10:00: Professor
Owen Darbishire, University of Oxford
14 July, 10:00: Professor
McLean, University of Oxford
Cameron Hepburn, University of Oxford
16 July, 1:00:
University of Oxford
17 July, 1:00:
Krister Andersson, University of Colorado, Boulder
21 July 1:00:
Professor Kalypso Nicolaidis, Oxford University
26 July, 9:00: Professor
University of Oxford
24 July, 1:00
Christopher Hood (tentative), University of Oxford
25 July, 1:00
Timothy Cullen, Said Business School
29 July, 9:00: Professor
Peter Todd, Indiana University
30 July, 9:00: Dr.
Jerome Ravetz, University of Oxford
Steve Rayner, University of Oxford
2010 IU at Oxford
for in-state students
$6,800 for out-of-state students
includes tuition, housing, most meals, health insurance, weekly field
trips and a 30-day bus
pass. Please keep in mind that air fare, some meals, personal expenses
and additional European travel costs
are not included in the program pricing.
All SPEA students
are encouraged to apply for a
$2,000 SPEA overseas scholarship. Participants with a GPA
3.4 or higher are also strongly encouraged to apply for a Hutton International Experiences Program grant,
which range from $500 to $2,500.