Educator Journey

Our Teacher Seminars are led by distinguished scholars. They are designed to give participants access to current scholarship and university resources in a variety of fields; to introduce them to innovative approaches to traditional ideas and subjects; to explore new pedagogical and curricular possibilities; and to provide a variety of cultural, social, and imaginative experiences, all in the world's greatest centers of culture and learning - including Cambridge, Dublin, Paris, and Oxford. 

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We are proud to offer unique sets of courses on each of our Teacher Seminars, all of which have been designed around the location, history, and character of the cities in which they are based. You can read a full description of each course and the program on which it takes place by clicking the links below. 

Programs for School Groups


The Oxford Spring Seminar offers schools the opportunity to build bespoke syllabi designed to complement the work their students are doing during the academic year. Teachers work with our resident experts to create a course that is truly unique to their particular requirements, and the course is delivered by academics from the University of Oxford. Teachers travel to Oxford with their students in the role of chaperones, and are included in the learning process. For every six students that a school sends, Oxbridge Academic Programs will cover the airfare and bed and board of one chaperone.

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A small number of fellowships are available for each Teacher Seminar. These are based on professional accomplishment and the ability to contribute to the Seminar in the broadest sense. Once applicants have decided on a particular Teacher Seminar, they should contact us as soon as possible. For information about our fellowships please contact the New York office on +1 212-932-3049 or email at

Details: Outstanding Teacher Fellowships and Career Teacher Fellowships

All fellowship applications must be received complete in New York by March 9, 2018.

We are also pleased to support applications from school-based professional development funds and to help candidates who are applying for alternative sources of funding, including school-based faculty development grants and fellowships. Please contact the New York office with details of the funding source to which you are applying and let us know what information we can provide.