Students reside and take their meals at University College, Oxford. The fee for the program includes a room in University College for the full period of the program, full breakfast every morning, lunch (Monday-Thursday) and one formal dinner each week. Additional dinners are sometimes provided.
Students live in single rooms provided by the College. Each room has a bed and a sink; linens and towels are provided and changed weekly. Toilets and showers are shared. Buildings are entered by security code and all rooms lock individually. All rooms have internet access. Coin-operated washing machines and dryers are available.
Classes taught by SMU faculty meet at University College in two adjacent classrooms. Tutorials meet either in one of these classrooms or in the tutor’s rooms in the college to which he or she is affiliated. All Oxford colleges are within walking distance of University College. Students will also have access to the University College 6000+ volume law library during the program.
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SMU will have an office at University College where the Administrative Assistant will be available for student questions.
University College makes every effort to accommodate students with disabilities. A description of the steps the College takes for students enrolled in the regular academic program is on the college's website. The SMU program will work with the College to accommodate the needs of any student with a disability enrolled in the SMU program. A student with a disability should inform the director or his assistant promptly so that suitable arrangements can be made.