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  • Locations: Cortona, Italy
  • Program Terms: Spring
  • Cost of Attendance Sheets: Spring
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2023 10/06/2022 10/20/2022 03/11/2023 04/04/2023
NOTE: NOT on rolling admissions.

The Partnership is an opportunity to extend the dates of your UGA at Oxford Program. You must complete a UGA at Oxford SPIA or Spring I program application in addition to completing a Partnership program application to be considered for the Partnership.

Regular Application Deadline: 6 October 2022
Regular Admissions Notifications: 20 October 2022
Regular Commitment Deadline: 27 October 2022
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Category: UGA Residential Center Click here for a definition of this term Open to non-UGA students: Yes
Academic Level(s): Undergraduate Sponsor: University of Georgia
Type of Admission: By deadline or until program fills Participant Selection: Competitive
Click here for a definition of this term Number of Student Participants: 21-40 students Type of Instruction: Experiential, Site Visits/Discussion, Study-Travel, Tutorial
Classes With: UGA Students Taught By: Host Professor(s), UGA/U.S. Professor(s)
College/School: CAES, Ecology, Education, Engineering, Environment and Design, FACS, Franklin, Grady, Law, Pharmacy, Public Health, Social Work, SPIA, Terry, Vet Med, Warnell Language Program: No
Language of Instruction: English Minimum GPA Requirement: 2.5 or above
Minimum number of credit hours: 3 Maximum number of credit hours: 3
Work Opportunity: No Volunteer Opportunity: No
Scholarship Availability: Yes Housing Location: On-Campus
Housing Type: Dorm/Student Residence
Program Description:

OX CT HeaderThe Oxford & Cortona Partnership

UGA at Oxford & UGA Cortona Study Abroad Programs


You MUST be a applicant to the SPIA at Oxford Spring or the Franklin I Spring UGA at Oxford Program in order to apply for this extended program opportunity.

Extend your time on the UGA at Oxford Program and travel to Italy to experience the UGA Cortona International Center. Live and study in both the UK and Italy as part of a single program.

Three additional spring credit hours are available. Please see website for course availability and cost information,
oxford.uga.edu.

UGA’s two International Centers, UGA Cortona and UGA at Oxford, are pleased to announce that students will have the opportunity to live and study in both the UK and Italy as part of a single program. The Oxford & Cortona Partnership gives participants on the UGA at Oxford SPIA Spring and Franklin Spring I programs the ability to add an additional 3 credit-hour course to their Spring semester. Students will receive three additional weeks of instruction in Cortona, with travel to Rome, Florence, and other course-related locations included in the program cost, all while enjoying the beautiful hills of Tuscany. Applications are open to all students, regardless of major or college affiliation, who are admitted participants on the UGA at Oxford SPIA and Franklin Spring I Semester Programs. Space is limited, but applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible after completion of the application to the SPIA or Franklin I Spring Programs.

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