Living in the nation's capital, students at ANU raved about the clean air, the fantastic bike track along the river, and the political vibe of this city. The campus has a quieter, more studious feel than many, due to its large post graduate population. ANU also has a Research School of Physics & Engineering, which performs research at the cutting edge of a wide range of disciplines, and some of the best museums and galleries this country has to offer.
Gold Coast, Australia
Based at Griffith University's beautiful Gold Coast campus, this affordable program takes integration to the next level by balancing university classes and internship options with our signature Exploring Community & Culture course. You will have countless opportunities to develop intercultural agility through enhanced local engagement and a behind-the-scenes look at Australia that you could never learn in a classroom.
Dive into your discipline with Oxford's tutorial system! You will be a Visiting Student at a specific college, and will focus your studies on your major and minor subjects. Most tutorials will be one-on-one or small group meetings between students and tutors, though some science subjects have lectures as well.
Lady Margaret Hall was founded in 1878 as the first women's college in Oxford. Its pioneering role continues to this day. Now co-educational, the college's tranquil setting amidst beautiful grounds provides a haven for academic exploration.
St. Catherine's motto, Nov et Vetera, meaning the new and the old, sums up the college's attitude. Founded in 1962, it is the newest college, but it more than holds its own academically with its older siblings. St. Catherine's was designed by the famous Danish architect Arne Jacobsen and its modern architecture reflects the college's contemporary outlook.