Why not spend a week at Oxford University in England this summer studying “Oxford Criminality in Fact & Fiction” or “The Life of Oliver Cromwell”?
Yup, you, too, can attend Oxford.
That’s just two examples of programs open to anyone during Oxford’s summer program. And every January, I alert you to this offering. You’ll live and study at Christ Church, one of the most prestigious and beautiful of Oxford colleges. And you’ll be provided three, full meals a day in the Hall that you’ll recognize from Harry Potter films.
During your week, you can join excursions to nearby stately homes, cathedrals, pubs, and other attractions. Participants come from around the world and vary widely in age, though most folks are Baby Boomers. Oh, and there are no exams or papers to write.
Sign up for a week or as many as six weeks. The price has gone up slightly to about $2,000 for a one-week course including tuition, lodging, and meals. Excursions and private bathrooms come with surcharges.
The courses run from the end of June through early August, and the registration deadline is May 1st. Here’s where to find more information.