This opportunity is open to English Literature students in their second and third year.

Students will spend three weeks (July – August) living and working in beautiful Exeter College, one of Oxford’s oldest colleges, and there is an exciting programme of extra-curricular events and activities.

The program provides a unique opportunity for experienced creative writers wishing to enhance their skills. Previous students have gone on to study for Masters courses in creative writing both in Oxford and elsewhere, and have enjoyed publication success in the fields of poetry, memoir, novels and even crime fiction.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please visit the University of Oxford website.

Applications close 1 May 2017.

Note: this program could provide you with three units of either unspecified Level II or III CRWR credit, or three units of general elective credit. The CRWR credit could be cross-listed towards an English major as well.

We encourage you to always check what credit you could be eligible for before any overseas study experience. For more information contact the Faculty of Arts.

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communicate

The Writing Centre will host a one hour session every Tuesday:

Communicate with Confidence

Join them to practice your English speaking skills.

Download the flyer.

Tuesdays 1.00 pm – 2.00 pm in the Hub Central Seminar Room

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The Department of Politics and International Studies Invites you to the screening of SHOCK ROOM A film by Kathryn Millard

The University of Adelaide | Friday, 17 March
4:30-­6:00 pm, LG 29, Lower Napier Building

Download the event poster.

In the early 1960s psychologist Stanley Milgram, in seeking to understand the Holocaust,
ran a series of controversial experiments on obedience. An authority orders you to inflict
painful shocks on another person. Most of us shall obey, claimed Milgram. But shall we?
This film addresses key issues in political psychology that remain highly relevant today.
All welcome: No registration required

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aaron corn

The South Australian Museum brings you the Sprigg lecture series: The Didjeridu: an Australian icon Tuesday 28 March 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm South Australian Museum North Terrace, Adelaide Professor Aaron Corn is Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM) and National Centre for Aboriginal Language and Music Studies (NCALMS) at the University […]

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project everest

Project Everest is currently seeking applications from students in the Faculty of Arts, in their second or third year to partake in our social venture internship, while gaining accreditation for a third year elective. Project Everest is an organisation that believes in harnessing the power of business and enterprise to help solve social issues in […]

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Daniel McLean profile

At the beginning of my Bachelor of Arts, I knew nothing about Classics. I thought that Seneca was just the absurd name of a character from the Hunger Games, that the Iliad was a tale about a horse, and that Xerxes the Great was a towering fiend, draped with jewels, and jaded by flattery, who […]

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developing nation

Applications are closing soon for the August 2017 intake of ACICIS’ Gadjah Mada University-based semester program. The Development Studies Immersion Program (DSIP) closes on 15 March 2017. Grants are available from the ‘New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant’. For more information, and to find out how to apply download the information flyer. For information on other available programs, […]

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The History of Science, Ideas and Technology Group inc. invite you to their March meeting: Meteror Jets in Korea compared to the Mustang, Sabre and MiG 15 Speaker: Bob Macintosh Monday 20 March at 7.00 pm Ira Raymond Room Barr Smith Library, Level 3 opposite the entrance from the bridge Gold coin donation, all welcome […]

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ben book

Julien Duvivier is the first ever English-language study of the French director Julien Duvivier (1896-1967), once considered one of the world’s great filmmakers. It provides new contextual and analytical readings of his films that identify his key themes and techniques, trace patterns of continuity and change, and explore critical assessments of his work over time. […]

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beijing

Get yourself ahead of the pack and apply for an Internship in Beijing with CRCC Asia? There is New Colombo Plan funding available to help get you there! Over the past 30 years, China has transformed into a dynamic, energetic and supremely confident nation powered by an optimistic population. By joining CRCC Asia this July […]

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