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There are many opportunities for Oxford students to study, work, undertake research or travel abroad. These opportunities include overseas internships, study abroad during term time, Erasmus exchanges, summer schools and field trips, depending on the course and level of study.
Overall, last year more than 1,300 undergraduate students and a large proportion of graduate students participated, including just over 200 in the Oxford University International Internship Programme and over 400 in year abroad and student exchange programmes.
This section of the website provides a brief overview of the range of student opportunities administered by Oxford University. More details on these, as well as many other study abroad and internship opportunities in dozens of countries across the world, can be found on the Student Gateway of Oxford University's website.
Would you like to learn more about the wide-ranging issues and developments facing contemporary India? The Jamia Millia Islamia are offering a full scholarship for one Oxford student to participate in their six week summer programme in Delhi. The six-week programme at the ISS has been divided into two components: a four-week academic session which will be held on campus at the Jamia, and a two-week India experience which will be held after the academic session and will include excursions to Agra, Jaipur and other locations as well as the opportunity to volunteer for social causes. Both aspects of the two-stage application process need to be completed by 27 May 2013, and further information canbe found here: ISS New Delhi
Interested in European issues? Are you a research postgraduate? Then you might be interested in attending the Europaeum Annual Conference, to be held in Paris in June. The Europaeum has up to ten fully funded places for research postgraduates at this three day conference, theme: "European society and social solidarity: Is Europe fragmenting?" Applications in the form of a 2-page CV, two letters of recommendation and a letter of motivation should go to the Europaeum office and your local Europaeum coordinator by 31 May 2013. More information about the Europaeum generally can be found here: Europaeum
The Collaborative Research Centre at the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiberg, Germany, is offering two scholarships for PhD students working in the fields of literary studies, history, art history, social sciences and musicology. Two scholarships of 6-12 months each are being offered, to start in September 2013. Intermediate knowledge of German is required. The deadline for all application materials (CV, transcript, 5 page project outline and a statement of support from your supervisor) to be submitted is 31 May 2013. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to apply.
Further information can be found by clicking the links below:
For undergraduates: International Opportunities for Undergraduates
For graduates:International Opportunities for Graduates
The Study Abroad section of the government's graduate advice website is here: Prospects Study Abroad
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