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 2020

The 2020 London Program will be taught in two parallel curricular tracks. Roughly half the students will be on the English track, with courses on British Modernism and the London Stage taught by David Walker, plus a class on the history of London taught by Katy Layton-Jones. The students on the Politics track will take courses on social class in Britain, taught by Marc Blecher, plus a class in theater and politics team-taught by Donna Vinter and Marc Blecher. You can find further information about the curriculum and faculty here.

Most of the places in this program have now been filled. We'll be holding a second round of applications to fill the remaining spaces in the fall. Please check back here in September for details.

Spring 2019

The 2019 London Program focuses on the relationship between earth science and material culture in Britain, with classes taught by Amy Margaris (Anthropology) and Zeb Page (Geology), as well as our resident London faculty. You can find information about the program here.


Here's a newsletter with information about recent programs.


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