Oberlin College's Danenberg Oberlin-in-London Program is an interdisciplinary study-away program in one of the world's most dynamic and diverse cities. The focus of the program changes each year, based on the interests of the specific Oberlin faculty who are teaching that semester.

This 20-minute video will give you a glimpse of what the program offers:

London video


Spring 2016:

The 2016 London Program will offer courses on British national identity, contemporary British fiction, and the history and design of museums, as well as on London history and drama in performance. The faculty are Anu Needham (English) and Steve Volk (History), in addition to our resident London faculty. You can find further information about the program here.

There will be a second round of applications in September for the remaining places in the 2016 program. Please check back here for details.

Meanwhile, if you think you might be interested, please (1) send an email to london@oberlin.edu, so we can put you on the mailing list, and (2) "like" this Facebook page to be kept up-to-date.

Spring 2015:

The program in the spring of 2015 is led by Gina Perez (Comparative American Studies) and Baron Pineda (Anthropology), teaching courses on London as a global city, immigration, and cultural identity, with classes on London history and drama as well. See further information here.


Here's a recent newsletter about the program.


Read what former students have to say about what the program meant to them.