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The Oxford Study Programme (Arts and Humanities Track) aims to provide high-quality educational and cultural experience for undergraduate and postgraduate students who aspire to pursue postgraduate studies at leading academic and research institutions in the UK or elsewhere in the world. ​​​​​​​The students will receive a two-week intensive multidisciplinary study programme and activities under the guidance of renowned faculties from the University of Oxford, in order to gain first-hand experience and a deeper understanding of British higher education and British history and culture. The programme helps students improve their abilities in international communication and interdisciplinary learning, expands their global perspective through experiencing world-class education, academic research and applications, and in turn equips them for studying abroad, participating in international exchanges, and contributing to the preservation and enrichment of cultural heritage as well as to critical examinations of the past and present in order to better innovate for the shared future of the world.

Programme Title
Oxford Study Programme (Arts & Humanities Track): "Tradition and Innovation"
Dates
Saturday 25th July 2020 — Friday 7th August 2020
Location

Venue: Brasenose College, University of Oxford

Lectures

History of Civilisation

Tradition and Innovation

Cultural Heritage and Its Preservation and Utilisation

Cultural & Creative Industry and Management

Music, Media, and Cultural Identity and Development

Literature and Drama

Architectural Design and Planning

Fashion and Fashion History

Workshops

Postgraduate Studies and Applications in the UK and the West

British Culture and Etiquette

Life and Study in the UK

Public Speaking and Debating

Sharing Sessions

Art, Art History, and Design 

Music and Media Studies

Cultural Industry and Management

Language, Literature and Philosophy

 

Excursions

London, Cambridge, Blenheim Palace, and Bicester Village