Boston University: London - London Internship Program

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The London Internship Program offers a semester of study and work in England’s exciting capital city. This program combines a professional internship with coursework that examines a particular academic area in the context of Great Britain’s histor... read more

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OVERALL RATING 3.5
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This experience was very eye opening for me. Probably like a lot of other students from colleges in the US, I really haven't been out of the country that much and never lived anywhere besides school and home. Now that I have studied in England and travelled throughout Europe, it is like a whole new world in my eyes. - Providence College View Entire Review
Friends that I will always remember and cherish, cultural understanding, work experience, living in a European environment. Yes it was the best experience of my life. - Trinity University View Entire Review
I got to visit a lot of new cities and learn about new cultures. I had a great time in London and abroad. I would recommend it to everyone! - Tufts University View Entire Review
Past Review Awesome
i feel more comfortable being on my own in general and travelling. it was definitely worthwhile - Brandeis University View Entire Review
Experience of British culture. yes. - Brandeis University View Entire Review
Everything. Everyday was a new experience. I learned how to be more independent, spontaneous, and most importantly to live in the moment with no regrets. It was the best experience of my life. - Fordham University View Entire Review
Very worthwile- I learned I would absolutely want to live in London someday. - Providence College View Entire Review
Past Review My British Life
How to work in a different culture and gained valuable work experience in my field - Fordham University View Entire Review
I gained a much greater interest for worldwide cultural events and I learned that there is much more to the world than just the United States. I realized that I definitely would consider moving to Europe in my future. I learned a lot of things about the American culture, most primarily that many Americans are ignorant about the ... - Providence College View Entire Review
Past Review I Love London
London was an amazing experience and this program allowed me to network with professionals in London. I can definitely see myself moving there in the near future. - Providence College View Entire Review
My experience was definitely worthwhile. I learned a lot from working and living in another culture, have a new appreciation for the UK culture, and saw so many different places in Europe. Learning about those places and cultures was an incredible experience. I would not trade my semester abroad for anything. - Fordham University View Entire Review
Yes, i am more confident and I gained personal and professional experience from my study abroad. I also grew academically and living somewhere else for four months as a student is a once in a lifetime opportunity every student should take advantage of. - Providence College View Entire Review
yes - Villanova University View Entire Review
Past Review Explorational
The only thing worth while was the internship experience. - Fordham University View Entire Review
Work experience and traveling Europe. - Brandeis University View Entire Review
i learned to be independent and i really got to explore the world and expand my academic study of art - Brandeis University View Entire Review
I learned International work experience - Cornell University View Entire Review
was worthwhile - Villanova University View Entire Review
Past Review Incredible
The work experience was by far the most beneficial to me. I was placed at a think tank where i was exposed to the policy making process. my overall study abroad was amazing. I would do it again if i could. - Villanova University View Entire Review
I learned to enjoy everything in an experience, especially what seems bad initially. Those will be the things you laugh about with your friends when your back in the states. - Boston University View Entire Review
that I need to travel with people I know, especially going abroad. I gained knowledge in a different work environment with a totally different culture. Yes, because if I didn't do it then I would have wondered what it would have been like. - Providence College View Entire Review
I feel that I am a much more independent and confident person after my study abroad experience. Living in one of the largest, most cosmopolitan cities in the world has taught me a lot about myself and shown me that I can handle the stress of city life. I have also learned a lot about British politics and culture in general and I... - Providence College View Entire Review
It was an amazing opportunity and I wouldn't take it back for anything. It was interesting and different going a second time, especially as a senior. I was able to balance my time better this time around with traveling to other places, seeing the city, and having a sort of professional prospective as a full-time intern. - Trinity University View Entire Review
It was one of the best experiences of my life. I'll never forget the friends I made and the moments we shared together. Going abroad had made me appreciate life in the US so much more. - Providence College View Entire Review
yes - Villanova University View Entire Review

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The London Internship Program offers a semester of study and work in England’s exciting capital city. This program combines a professional internship with coursework that examines a particular academic area in the context of Great Britain’s history, culture and society, and its role in modern Europe. Courses in each academic area are taught by selected British faculty exclusively to students enrolled in the Boston University program. Upon successful completion of a semester, students earn 16 Boston University credits.

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