International Law Course
De 17/09/2017 a 22/09/2017 en Oxford
Oxford was founded in the 9th century when Alfred the Great created a network of fortified towns across his kingdom. One of these was at Oxford, first mentioned in 911AD in an Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, when Oxford was a fortress in the war with the Danes.
Among its famous alumni are presidents, scholars, scientists, writers, Nobel Prize winners and others such as Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, CS Lewis (author of The Chronicles of Narnia), JRR Tolkien (author of Lord of the Rings), Edmund Halley, who gave his name to the famous comet, Robert Hooke, Lewis Carroll (Alice in Wonderland), Benazir Bhutto, Manfred von Richthofen (the Red Baron) and Oscar Wilde.
Comparative Employment Law: UK x Brazil
De 08/10/2017 a 13/10/2017 en Cambridge
The history of Cambridge dates back to the Bronze and Iron Age, where/which under Viking rule Cambridge became an important trading centre. The first town charters were granted in the 12th century, although city status was not conferred until 1951.
Those interested in Architecture will be able to explore1000 years of some the finest buildings in the UK, whilst the wealth of scientific history can cover Newton, Darwin, the splitting of the atom and the unravelling of the structure of DNA.