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Visiting Students Programme
Pembroke operates a vibrant, full-year Visiting Student programme with select US universities and The University of Hong Kong. The College also accepts applications processed through the Oxford Prospects Visiting Student Programme.
All Visiting Students studying at Pembroke for their Junior Year Abroad (JYA) enjoy the full "Oxford" experience. This includes full integration into the College and University life:
Visiting Students are accommodated on the main Pembroke site, not in remote or separate buildings and participate in the full range of sporting and social life of the College
Visiting Students receive the same academic experience, including tutorials, that has made the Oxford undergraduate education perhaps the most respected and renowned in the world.
Pembroke has a number of scholarships and awards for its undergraduates on full-time degrees, however Visiting Students are warmly encouraged to apply for our travel grants.
An annual event, the Baddeley Dinner, is held for Pembroke's Visiting Students, who are invited to dine with their tutors during their final term at Oxford.
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Browse photographs taken at the Baddeley Dinner in May 2017. This is an annual event held for Pembroke's Visiting Students, who are invited to dine with their tutors during their final term at Oxford.