Courses (click through to read descriptions and course outlines)
Who should apply?
This is a competitive, intensive program, ideally suited for secondary school teachers.
Preparatory reading in advance of course, active participation in seminars and private study, and two written assignments during the course.
Program cost includes tuition, access to libraries and IT facilities, accommodation, and meals (except lunch on Saturdays and Sundays).
Program cost does not include travel, travel insurance, medical insurance, additional meals, or any other incidentals.
Scholars will adhere to the Oxford refund and cancellation policies. ESU Branch Scholarship recipients will sign a contract with their Branch wherein they are required to repay the entire scholarship amount (concurrent with Oxford's refund and cancellation policies) if for any reason they must cancel their course of study or are unable to complete the course.
Professional Development Contact Hours and Credit
English Literature, History, Politics & Society, and Creative Writing minimum of 46.5 contact hours. International Politics course minimum of 45 contact hours. Please reference specific course pages for breakdown of hours.
All participants will receive a certificate of completion from the University of Oxford upon submission of course work.
May be available from your local ESU Branch. Click here for a list of branches offering scholarships as well as further scholarship and grant resources.
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Program Extras for ESU Teacher-Scholars
Download the application form for your relevant program:
Mail form, together with supporting documents and four passport-sized photos, to:
The English-Speaking Union
144 East 39th Street
New York, NY 10016
tentative February 27, 2017
Scholarship candidates will have earlier deadlines.