. The comprehensive fee for either of the European Studies
options is $22,600.
What is included:
all tuition; complete room and board at Sewanee, York, Durham and in Lincoln College; room and partial board in Edinburgh, on the Continent and in London; all excursions while in York or Durham, and any day expeditions while in Oxford; visits to the Globe Theatre, and to a Royal Opera House production; all transportation in Great Britain and on the Continent; admissions to museums visited for group study; an International Student Identity Card; and program health insurance. All meals with the exception of three are provided during time in Sewanee, Edinburgh, York or Durham and Oxford. On the Continent, breakfast is always provided, and one full meal (usually dinner) on at least fifteen days. Other meals are at the participant's expense.
What is not included:
trans-Atlantic airfare from the United States to Great Britain; the cost of the optional Dublin mid-term week-end; texts required while at Sewanee and Oxford; some meals in Edinburgh, London and on the Continent (see above): and incidental, personal expenses.
. European Studies
offers 26 places per option for students from Rhodes College and The University of the South: 13 per school, per option. Four further places (two per option) are prioritized for applicants from other institutions who are welcome to apply. In recent years students from other schools, including Bowdoin, Davidson, Millsaps, Vanderbilt, The University of Virginia, and Washington and Lee, have participated. The program is open to students of all disciplines of good academic and social standing.
The closing date for applications is February 1. Places tend to be taken up rapidly, so students with a particular preference for one of the options are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, and indicate their order of preference on the application form in the spaces provided. Completed application forms, together with a typed paragraph explaining how applicants hope to benefit from participating in the program, a $300 deposit (refundable in the event of non acceptance), four recent 2” x 2” photographs of passport quality, an official transcript, and a photocopy of the first two pages of your passport should be sent to the Office of European Studies, Rhodes College, 2000 North Parkway, Memphis, TN 38112-1690. Telephone (901) 843-3036 or FAX (901) 843-3434. Applicants will be contacted by February 7.
To download a European Studies application form, click here.
Dean of European Studies: Sally Dormer, B.A., University of Durham; M.A., Ph.D., University of London, Courtauld Institute of Art.
Associate Dean of European Studies: Stevens Anderson, B.A., The University of the South; M.A., University of Virginia. (firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Assistant, (Rhodes College): Mary Allie Baldwin, B.A. Rhodes College. (email@example.com