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Why Choose Middlebury-CMRS?

The Middlebury-CMRS semester programme offers a number of distinct advantages:

  • Carefully structured academic coursework. For 8 weeks of the semester, students take two traditional Oxford one-to-one tutorials, along with a readings seminar.  For the remaining 4 weeks, students write a supervised research paper on a subject chosen by them in consultation with academic staff.
  • Course offerings designed to serve the needs of students at US colleges and universities.  We can tailor tutorial classes to meet US major requirements.  For guidance, contact the Senior Tutor.
  • A broad range of courses within all of the Humanities, including modern subjects.  We don't just provide for Medieval and Renaissance Studies!  You'll find everything from ancient history to 20th-century poetry on our course list.
  • Courses in Languages and Social Sciences can be arranged through consultation with the Senior Tutor.
  • On-site academic advising by the indefatigable team of Principal, Senior Tutor and Assistant Senior Tutor.
  • On-site general help and information from the hard-working Administrator.
  • On-site out of hours personal advising and information from two Junior Deans resident in the building.
  • Superbly located building right in the heart of Oxford.
  • A close relationship with Keble College and full use of college facilities.
  • Access to the Bodleian Library's remarkable network of resources.
  • An on-site library of 16,000 volumes.
  • Field trips within and outside Oxford.
  • Organized activities and student events.
  • 40 years of CMRS experience in Oxford combined with Middlebury College's 60-year reputation of excellence in Study Abroad.

The programme has more than 4,000 alumni, so don't just take our word for it.  See more of what they have to say.

Rare Books
Rare Books
Punts on the Cherwell
Punts on the Cherwell
Thankful for every moment
I devoured the integral lectures, the seminars, the tea and biscuits, and the charming streets of Oxford. Aided by my tutors, my passion for the human...
Mike Rectenwald, Summer 2000, Geneva College