So I found this on the school’s website:
"Aside from the core courses, students have a panoply of choices: traditional majors or interdisciplinary ones, internships in many different fields that may open career doors, a variety of foreign-study experiences—including, of course, a term at Oxford.”
Is this different from the Rhodes Scholars? Or do they have some sort of connection with the school? Does every student at Rhodes get the opportunity to study abroad, specifically at Oxford? If so, that sounds like a good deal. Or is it competitive, where only a select group of students are chosen?
Thanks in advance to anyone who can clear up my confusion!