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London, England: June 27 – August 1, 2019 (Summer Term B)

Join faculty and students from across the University System of Georgia for a 5-week adventure in London, England!  Students will spend Term B living and studying in the heart of one the world’s most cosmopolitan and historically important cities.  Stay at the University College of London, use the “tube” to explore your surrounds, and travel outward to the English countryside to experience the towns of Bath, Oxford, and others.

Students will spend two days per week in the classroom, attend field trips in the city two days per week, and have free 3-day weekends.  All students will be registered for classes through Georgia Southern and receive Georgia Southern credits.  It is mandatory to register for at least 6 credit hours while on this program.

Program Cost
The 5-week program cost is $5,300.00 (tentative) and includes the following:

  • Round-trip airfare between Atlanta and London
  • Accommodations at University College London
  • Free three-day weekends
  • Weekly Tesco grocery card
  • Train excursion to Hampton Court
  • Jack the Ripper walk
  • Dinner cruise
  • Unlimited travel on the metro system
  • A primary health insurance policy providing coverage for medical expenses

The program cost does not include: Georgia Southern tuition and fees for course enrollment, personal shopping or travel expenses, or food/meals beyond the allotment on the provided grocery card.  HOPE and other forms of financial aid are available for students participating on summer study abroad.  Contact the Office of Financial Aid at 912.478.5413 to learn more.

Course Equivalencies
What will you earn credit for at Georgia Southern?  Use this guide to help you select the courses you need. Georgia Southern course numbers are listed in italics.

Morning Classes
History of Computers & Security – CISM 3331: Principles of Enterprise Information Systems Security
Child Psychology – PSYC 3331: Child Development
Literary Genre (Science Fiction:It’s Steampunk!) – ENGL 5090: Steampunk as Literary Genre (ENGL 2111 or 2112 pre-requisite)
World Literature I: Travel and Discovery – ENGL 2111: World Literature I (ENGL 1102 pre-requisite)
Drama in PerformanceTHEA 4334: Drama in Performance
Understanding Visual Arts – ART 1020: 2D Art and Design Foundations
Gender StudiesWGSS 2100: Intro Women and Gender Sexuality
Introduction to Psychology – PSYC 1101: Intro to Psychology

Afternoon Classes
Culture of International Business – BUSA 4830: Business Culture in UK & Europe
British Literature – ENGL 2111: World Literature I (ENGL 1102 pre-requisite)
18th and 19th Century British Literature (Tours of London: Literature and Visual Culture) – ENGL 2100: Literature and Humanities
Exploring Learning and Teaching/Education Psychology (Making the Grade: Discovering the Art and Science of Teaching and Learning) – PSYC 4099: Exploring Learning and Teaching Psychology
U.S. History (Americans in London: A survey of U.S. History with a British Twist) – TBD
Theater Appreciation – THEA 1100: Theater Appreciation
Sketchbook Drawing – ART 1011: Drawing II
Bloom Where You are Planted: Understanding Cultural Diversity in London – PSYC 4099: Bloom Where You are Planted: Understanding Cultural Diversity in London

Contact
To learn more about the program, payment schedules and deadlines, read course descriptions, and apply, visit the program website.

For questions, contact:
Dr. Herb Mattford – Program Director, hmattord@kennesaw.edu
Dr. Teddi Cunningham – Program Director, tjcunnin@valdosta.edu
Office of International Programs & Services, stdyabrd@georgiasouthern.edu

Last updated: 4/8/2019